The Call of Duty Vanguard alpha, codenamed “Slipstream”, has now appeared on PlayStation Network.
Last week, as Picked up by the tracking website BlizzTrack and its owner “Helba,” the Vanguard’s internal alpha reportedly surfaced on Battle.net codenamed “Slipstream”. Looks like the alpha has now also appeared on the PlayStation Network with the internal test weighting in at 35.322 GB on PlayStation 5 and 28,398GB on PlayStation 4.
Activision has not officially revealed this year’s Call of Duty episode. We do know that the game is being developed by Sledgehammer Games – Activision’s CoD studio responsible for 2011’s Modern Warfare 3, 2014’s Advanced Warfare and 2017’s Call of Duty: WWII.
“We continue to invest to grow our creative teams and have successfully added hundreds of developers [to] franchise over the past year and allows us to deliver even more engaging experiences in the quarters to come, and in particular, we’re really excited about this year’s premium Call of Duty release,” said Activision president, Daniel Alegre, during a recent earnings call with investors. “Development is led by Sledgehammer Games and the game is looking good and on track for its fall release. This is made for [a] next-generation experience with stunning visuals across campaign, multiplayer and cooperative game modes, designed to both integrate with and enhance the existing COD ecosystem.”
Interestingly, no references to the internal alpha have been discovered on the Xbox network to date. This could indicate that Activision and Sony have once again struck a deal for early access on Sony’s console.
We’ll let you know as soon as we know more about this year’s Call of Duty episode. For now, stay tuned.
The latest Call of Duty is Black Ops Cold War. Developed by Infinity Ward in collaboration with Treyarch and Sledgehammer, the title was released last November as a cross-gen title for PC and consoles.
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