CoD Vanguard Zombies trailer reveals new demon theme

Alex Garton
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Call of Duty: Vanguard’s Zombies reveal trailer has arrived and demons appear to be at the center of the undead story.

While some Call of Duty players enjoy tearing down their opponents in the standard multiplayer, others prefer to slay undead enemies in the Zombies mode, and Vanguard is looking to deliver on both fronts.

After waiting countless months for any news on the mode, the Vanguard Zombies reveal trailer has finally dropped and it’s certainly got players excited.

With appearances from demons and Dark Aether, this is definitely going to be a mode worth checking out once Vangaurd drops on November 5.

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The Vanguard Zombies trailer finally arrived on October 14.

Call of Duty: Vanguard Zombies trailer revealed

The wait is finally over for Zombies fans as the Vanguard reveal trailer dropped on October 14 at 4 PM BST. Although the action-packed preview doesn’t give us all the details on Vanguard’s Zombies, it does give us a great indication of what to expect.

Looking through the trailer, it appears players will be fighting on multiplayer maps at release, instead of a dedicated new location. There are also rumors that the title will only launch with a survival mode, meaning a round-based map will arrive after launch.

When it comes to piecing together the story, fans have already started theorizing on the possible direction Vanguard will be taking.

With the trailer showcasing a demon or god-like figure pulling the strings, it’s led a lot of fans to draw a link to the intel that was discovered in Cold War.

A lot of Zombie players believe that the narrative could be centered around these powerful figures using the human characters as pawns while they war against each other.

Although it’s hard to pinpoint any specific details at this time, more details are set to come out in a blog post in the near future. If you’re looking to keep up to date with the latest Vanguard Zombies news, check out our dedicated hub.

For now, let’s hope Activision knocks it out of the park and Vanguard delivers the Zombies experience fans are anticipating.