Call of Duty: Vanguard is upon us and for all Call of Duty fans, you know that the maps make the game the majority of the time. For the past decade-plus, we can face it that the gameplay of Call of Duty games haven’t changed all that much, but what has is the maps. Whether it’s the remastered gems of old, exciting new areas or the majesty of Call of Duty: Warzone, the maps are super important. That said, the recent leaks for the maps of Call of Duty: Vanguard have been released, and here are all the confirmed maps so far.
All Call of Duty: Vanguard Maps So Far
Gavutu is first up on the confirmed list and it’s going to be an island level that will have rain pouring the entire time. A huge emphasis in Call of Duty: Vanguard is the weather effects and this looks to be one of the maps to utilize it best. There will be a beachfront area as well as huge areas infiltrate, creating a modern-day D-Day scenario.
Hotel Royal isn’t just a little name for a small area of a Hotel that you can fight in, it’s actually the entire Hotel. That means every area of the Hotel Royal is completely accessible and whether you want to fight on the roof, inside or outside, this level has it covered.
One of the best-looking levels of the Call of Duty: Vanguard Beta is Red Star and it’s in no small part due to the awesome weather effects at play here. Something about having a showdown in the snow always kicks ass and Call of Duty: Vanguard realizes that perfectly here.
Eagle’s Nest looks to be similar to previous maps in the franchise in that it’s a massive building in the center of the map with the outside areas being accessible as well, but the new focus on destruction in Call of Duty:
Vanguard should make these maps a bit more exciting than normal. With new building destruction physics, indoor areas could be the go-to’s over the usually more popular open maps.
It’s remake time and this time we’re getting Castle from Call of Duty: World at War. Not the most popular map in the series, the vintage-looking map will have an interesting time fitting into the more modern overall look of Call of Duty: Vanguard. It takes place in a Japanese castle and the biggest addition here is again the destructible environments that should result in amazing firefights.
Another remake coming here is a popular one in the form of Dome. If the name didn’t give it away, Dome is one of the smaller confirmed maps and the gameplay here will be heavily familiar to anyone who frequented levels in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare such as shipment will love the close quarters combat here.
Get ready to set records for your K/D ratio as there is very little room to hide here and those that are quickest on the trigger will come out victorious. The maps for Call of Duty: Vanguard look to be some of the most ambitious in the entire series and the new addition of destructible maps means the action will be louder and more chaotic than ever.
Call of Duty: Vanguard is available November 5th for PC, PS5, PS4, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X.