Following a leak of its full box art, a new leak claims that lawsuit-plagued Activision Blizzard will be revealing its newest Call of Duty entry, Vanguard, within Warzone. The Call of Duty Vanguard trailer reportedly will debut August 19, Thursday.
According to Gamespot, an update appeared at both the PlayStation Store and PlayStation App that puts the reveal at August 19, which is only a few days away. The “leak” came in the form of an advertisement within both platforms, and was retweeted by Charlie Intel.
The tweet further pegs the debut of Call of Duty Vanguard to drop at 10:30 am, Pacific Time.
The ad has since been removed from both the PlayStation Store and the PS App.
Last week, an update for both Call of Duty: Warzone and Black Ops Cold War revealed the full set of key art for the game. It also leaked the setting at which the game will take place, which once again will be World War 2.
It also appears that the game will have multiple protagonists, as the key art contains at least four characters standing in the midst of a battlefield shooting at an unseen enemy.
GameSpot further said that Vanguard might be a direct sequel of 2017’s Call of Duty: World War II. The game might focus on missions that make up the genesis of modern Special Forces within the Allies.
While no release date has yet been confirmed, it is believed that Vanguard will be released over the holidays.