Part one of Call of Duty: Vanguard and Battlefield It’s only a few weeks away, and fans have been hoping that the start of a new year means we’ll finally have it. Battlefield remove from Modern War application.
As Battlefield completely free to play, it would make sense if it were a completely standalone app, rather than bundled with a 2 year old title. Or, at a minimum, at least integrate the app into the latest version Call of Duty position? This year will be Call of Duty: Vanguard.
When Battlefield still integrated with Modern War, which also means that the next-gen version of the popular Battle Royale won’t happen until the two are separated. Many fans had hoped that the separation would happen with Season One of Call of Duty: Vanguard, but a new leak has suggested that may not be the case.
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Leak Proposal Battlefield Will not move to Call of Duty: Vanguard
Sebas4412, One Call of Duty leakers and data miners, have been learning some Battlefield and Call of Duty: Vanguard game files in an attempt to learn as much as possible around Battlefield events and Vanguard integration.
During Sebas’ digging, the user interface for the upcoming installment was discovered Vanguard integration. The UI, which can be seen below, features ‘Vanguard Exclusive Early Access’ in a yellow banner across the various game modes. For those who don’t know, Call of Duty: Vanguard owners will be able to play Battlefield Pacific one day early.
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Since these game files can be detected inside Warzone / Modern War it could mean that the two will always blend in. If that’s not the case, the detected UI files won’t be there.
In the tweet of Sebas sharing this information, they said that it “pretty much confirms that Battlefield won’t be separated any time soon.” It means Battlefield will be inside of Modern War app for a bit longer, instead of being split at the beginning of Season One on December 8.
Of course, as always with leaks, this information should be approached with a pinch of salt. Plans are always changing behind the scenes, and game files don’t always confirm what’s going to happen in the future.
Let us know in the comments below, what are you looking forward to Battlefield to soon become a separate application? Or at least moved in Vanguard application?
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