Call Of Duty Reveals New Warzone ‘The Pacific’ Map in Vanguard Multiplayer Trailer

In Vanguard’s Multiplayer, Call of Duty reveals something. Sledgehammer has some exciting announcements for us all.


It’s that time of year again and Call of Duty Vanguard’s marketing is in full-flow. Although Black Ops Cold War Season 5 Reloaded update is almost here, Treyarch’s title is coming to the end of its lifespan.

We’ll have a brand-new WW2 Warzone map soon with anti-cheat coming to Activision’s popular battle royale.There’s even more to enjoy for standard 6v6 fans.

After all, Call of Duty Vanguard will launch with an insane amount of Multiplayer content. And although WW2 fans want War mode to return, it looks like we won’t be short of fun experiences on launch day regardless.

And we finally have new details about what’s to come in the upcoming Beta weekend. Check out every weapon, killstreak, perk, equipment, and more coming to Vanguard’s Beta!

New Vanguard Warzone Pacific Map Revealed
It seems that the new Warzone map is being teased in the Vanguard Multiplayer trailer.

You’ll be glad to know that today’s Vanguard Multiplayer reveal trailer gives us a hint at the new battle royale arena if you’re a big Warzone fan,

At the very end of the high-octane trailer, we get a sneak preview at an interesting new location, The Pacific Warzone map. After an initial tease, Sledgehammer Games teased what’s new in the upcoming map.

It looks as though we’re abandoning Verdansk for the sunny Pacific, set in WW2. The footage below is only pre-Alpha gameplay, but the map is already looking better than anticipated.

The Pacific might not have the same issue as Vanguard’s; which is poor visibility in-game. After all, it’ll get alleviate player complaints because the sunny locale looks extremely bright.

That’s all we get about the Call of Duty Vanguard Beta – including maps, game modes, weapons, and more!

But there is bad newss for console fans. The Vanguard Beta has no FOV slider on PlayStation or Xbox devices despite players demanding the feature for months.

Best PS5 games: 5 games you need to play now on Play Station 5

You are looking for some cool PS5 games to play? Not sure where to start? Here is the list of Best PS5 games to play. While some of these games are brand new for the platform, others from the PS4 era have undergone a next-gen upgrade for release on the PlayStation 5. Let’s take a look on our list of the best PS5 games that you should be playing right now, and head over to our roundup of cheap PS5 game deals for more savings

1. Assassin’s Creed Valhalla

A Viking adventure


+ Funniest game in the series
+ Eivor is brilliant protagonist
+ Every hub bursts with life


– Huge open-world can feel sparse
– Plot never gets you invested
– Combat can feel messy

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla recreates the Viking age with aplomb whether you’re sailing onto the shore or ransacking a village. If you love Nordic folklore or simply enjoy plunging an axe into the chest of another man, Valhalla promises to deliver.

Targets 60fps on PS5, and promises improved load times over the PS4 version, the game won’t let you down.

2. Astro’s Playroom

Showcasing the DualSense

+ Shows off the DualSense
+ Family-friendly fun
+ Comes pre-loaded

– Quite short

Astro’s Playroom perfectly showcases what Sony’s new system can do. It is the best pack-in game since Wii Sports. With the pleasing 3D audio and the sumptuous, crystal clear 4K visuals; this is a gem of a platformer and it’s installed on every PS5.
It’s the way Astro’s Playroom shows off the DualSense controller, though, that really steals the show. Thanks to Sony’s new haptic feedback and adaptive triggers tech, you’ll feel sensations that you didn’t know were possible before. Such as fire a Gatling gun or what it feels like to walk along different surfaces. It’s a magical, surreal experience, and we recommend booting up Astro’s Playroom first before you play anything else.

3. Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War

Back in black

+ Visuals take full advantage of next-gen power
+ Addictive and immersive gunplay
+ Multiplayer and Zombies is fantastic

– A cack-handed campaign that retreads old ground
– A few performance issues around launch

Another year, another Call of Duty. The PS5 version recreates the recoil of each individual gun by taking full advantage of the DualSense controller’s adaptive controllers. That means the triggers will feedback appropriately when you fire off a machine gun. Nice.

Of course, without the walking dead, Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War wouldn’t be complete. So you’ll be pleased to hear that the zombies return. You can also play Call of Duty at 120fps for the first time on a console. It might even more competitive online.

4. Demon’s Souls

Delightfully devilish

+ Next-gen visuals
+ Super-fast load times
+ Atmospheric locations

– Extreme difficulty may deter many
– Clunky lock-on system
– Can feel overwhelming

Demon’s Souls, a true PS5 exclusive is arguably the best looking game on PlayStation 5. From hulking bosses to its phenomenal texture detail, with the spectacular lighting and it’s a gorgeous sight to behold. Load times are also practically non-existent and level transitions taking around three seconds at most.

Demon’s Souls – a remake of the 2009 PlayStation 3 game will test your gaming chops with its punishing difficulty. Just be prepared to die hundreds of times before you emerge victorious.

5. Ghost of Tsushima

For honor

+ 60fps available on PS5
+ Incredible showcase for HDR
+ Now includes multiplayer

– Can get repetitive
– Yet another open-world game

Ghost of Tsushima is one of the best looking games on PS4, but it’s even better on PS5. Ghost of Tsushima is now playable at a silky-smooth 60fps – even when running on the game’s higher resolution mode thanks to the PS5’s extra graphical horsepower and a recent update. It makes a massive difference to the game’s responsiveness when in combat, and the frame rate boost brings the spectacular scenery and stunning in-game cinematics to life.

Recently, Ghost of Tsushima received an excellent new multiplayer mode called Legends, too. It gives the game even more replay value and appeal than before. If you’ve gotten a 4K HDR TV and want a game that really benefits, Ghost of Tsushima shows what high dynamic range can do.


Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War – Compare to Modern Warfare

Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War was launch this October. But there is a debate whether the game is a downgrade from Modern Warfare.

Black Ops Cold War has been compared to its predecessor since it was multiplayer leaked a few months back. In the Call of Duty life cycle, it is a natural part.

A big point of this appears to be due to the game’s graphical capabilities.

Compare Black Ops Cold War’s Graphics and Modern Warfare’s?

Black Ops Cold World

Despite Cold War doesn’t appear to look better than its older brother – Modern Warfare. Many argue that the game looks worse. However it isn’t strictly fact.

Yes, the Cold War’s graphics are different from Modern Warfare. But they’re also more stylized. Different studios have developed these two game, it’s hard to compare them.

Modern Warfare has a cleaner, more crisp graphical style. It also is commonly associated with better performance. However, Cold War is more colorful and vibrant in nature.

We can see some direct graphical comparisons in a video by Call of Duty YouTuber TheXclusiveAce. There’s not too much difference between the two titles in essence. Although Modern Warfare tens to have a much higher quality image and attention to detail.

It’s worth pointing out, though, that one common fan complaint is not being able to pick out enemies amongst the game’s background. Right now, Treyarch needs to take steps to improve enemy visibility if it wants to put graphical concerns to rest.

The fact that Black Ops Cold War has been developed for both current and next-gen consoles also means that its graphical capabilities have been stunted. Treyarch isn’t able to push the PS5 and Series X hardware when the game has to run on older consoles.

Cold War’s Gameplay And Than Modern Warfare, is there any one worse than the other?

It’s hard to answer this question,honestly. Some players would argue that Modern Warfare was a step back for the franchise.

Despite Infinity Ward taking a chance and adding new cover mechanics, the resulting gameplay of Modern Warfare has become far more defensive. Lots of users criticize the game for being slow and campy.

On the other hand, Cold War is a return to form for the fast-paced Call of Duty. Players are encouraged to run-and-gun, especially since SMGs were so powerful in the Beta.

This ‘Arcade-style’ gameplay is often seen as being more enjoyable, but it’s also not without its faults. The new changes to the sliding mechanic, which was very broken in the Beta is a poor decision on Treyarch’s part.

It’s hard to compare an unfinished product to the one that’s on the market at the present. However, the developer may well fix this exploitable technique to release the best production.

At the end, we’re still going to have to wait until the completed product is delivered to make any judgment. What’s more, Cold War will play best on a next-gen console. But we’re yet to experience it.

We need to give Black Ops Cold War time to impress us. And right now, Treyarch is giving us more of a glimpse into what’s to come.

Black Ops Cold War is teasing a return of a popular character In a new series of videos. At the end of the day, the game is certain to deliver an entertaining follow-up to the Black Ops campaign.

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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone Season 6 patch notes are live

The Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone Season 6 patch is out now. And features playlist updates, bug fixes, map changes, new operators, and more besides.

Infinity Ward has run through the patch – which weighs in at an impressive 20 GB – over on the game’s official site, highlighting just what’s going to be different for anyone booting up the game today.

Yesterday, we saw developer Infinity Ward offer up a pre-load of the massive patch to players on PS4. PC and Xbox users have to download the huge update today, though, if they want to get online and play.

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In terms of the big changes that have arrived in the game with the new Season, the subway system has been unlocked on the Warzone map, allowing you to fast travel and opening up new areas to engage in skirmishes with your fellow combatants.

Two new operators, Farah and Nikolai “bring the fight underground” and can be unlocked via Battle Pass, too.


  • C4: Slight delay when performing a quick detonation. A beep will now play when quick detonation is triggered. Also reduced throw initial velocity by 30%
  • Fix for a bug where, after reviving a teammate in Survival, there will be a 5 second delay before the user is able to use their weapon again
  • Fix for an issue where players could obtain unlimited Stopping Power rounds
  • Fix for an issue where the defending player had a long respawn timer after the HQ was taken back and all players were dead while in a Headquarters match
  • Fix for an issue where it was possible to put a molotov or grenade into a planted bomb causing it to kill the defusing player

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Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare And Warzone Season 5 Reloaded Update Patch Notes

Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone Season 5 is just a few weeks old. But Infinity Ward has already introduced a major shakeup to the experience with a newly ‘reloaded’ roadmap. Here’s every change that was introduced with the August 24 patch.

Infinity Ward released the latest season of Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone at the beginning of August. Just a few weeks later and the roadmap has already been updated as a new limited-time event has arrived along with all-new maps, modes, and more.

The Season 5 Reloaded update dropped with an assortment of new content. But that’s only the beginning of what’s on offer. New Games of Summer trials will test your skills in all-new ways. And provide a handful of exclusive rewards to boot.

From the new LMG to fresh modes and all the content in between. Here’s a complete overview of the latest Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone update.

When was the Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare & Warzone Season 5 Reloaded update?

The brand-new update went live at 11 PM PT on August 24 or 2 AM ET on August 25. It marks the most significant patch since the Season 5 overhaul earlier in the month. Here’s how the patch weighed in across every platform:

PlayStation 4: 10.6GB
Xbox One: 14.09GB
PC: 11.3GB (F2P) / 17.6GB (Premium)
Much of the new content was available right away for free Warzone players. However, certain modes were restricted to the core Modern Warfare multiplayer experience as per usual.

Modern Warfare & Warzone Season 5 Reloaded Roadmap. Below is the brand-new roadmap for Season 5 Reloaded. Detailing all of the new content available to players right now. Along with what to expect down the line as the Games of Summer kicks off on August 28.

What’s new in Call Of Duty: Warzone Season 5 Reloaded?

For the mid-season update, players are able to get their hands on an all-new LMG right out of the gate. The FiNN LMG comes in as an “agile, mobile, and hostile” weapon that aims to push the weapon class further than ever before.

Call Of Duty Warzone Season 5

Rather than weighing you down as a bulky weapon. The FiNN features “exceptional full-auto accuracy while still being lightweight.” This is intended to “blur the line between Assault Rifles and LMGs,” according to the latest blog post.

You can unlock the FiNN in two ways through the Reloaded update. Either by purchasing the new ‘Mainframe” cosmetic bundle. Or simply by beating a new in-game challenge.

A new mode is also now available to Warzone players in Season 5 Reloaded. King Slayer will be available for the rest of the season. And looks to blend the battle royale experience with team deathmatch.

Every kill you secure will add to your team’s point total in this mode. If you happen to be one of the top five teams in the lobby at any point in time. Your best player will be marked as a ‘king’ for all to see. If anyone is able to take down your king. They’ll be handed a killstreak for their efforts.

You’ll need to keep an eye on the circle throughout this playlist as well. Instead of a static zone that shrinks over time. The circle will constantly be moving around the map.

What’s new in Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare Multiplayer for Season 5 Reloaded?

Alongside the new Warzone offerings is an assortment of Modern Warfare content as well. Firstly, players can expect to load into a new Gunfight map on August 28 with the arrival of the Games of Summer.

Call Of Duty Modern Warfare Season 5

The new battlefield takes Warzone’s recently opened stadium, offering a new space for 2v2 action. “It’s a much smaller play space in the Gunfight mode,” the blog post explained. So don’t go in expecting the exact same layout you’ve grown accustomed to in Verdansk.

Additionally, Ground War is receiving a new playlist with the Reloaded update. Available today, Ground War Reinforce shakes up the large-scale mode in a unique way. Three flags dropped towards the center of any given map.

If you happen to die during the match. There’s no respawning unless your team captures one of these flags. In order to win a round, one team will need to dominate and take control of all three flags at once.

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