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Another global achievement for Beenox: Call of Duty: Vanguard

Beenox launches a PC version of Call of Duty: Vanguard. Relive crucial battles of the Second World War in solo or multiplayer mode. Upon its release in the United Kingdom, Call of Duty: Vanguard shot straight to the top of the games chart (UK Boxed Chart), unseating FIFA 22, which had held the peak position for several weeks.

The original article (in French only): Jeux.ca

Another global achievement for Beenox

It is with great pride that we announce the official release of Call of Duty: Vanguard, now available worldwide! This brand-new addition to the Call of Duty franchise offers a fully optimized experience and supports cross-play, cross-gen and cross-progression.

Developed primarily by Sledgehammer Games, Call of Duty: Vanguard leads players into an exciting campaign where ordinary soldiers from diverse backgrounds step up on all fronts to turn the tide of war. The multiplayer mode features 20 maps, 12 operators and some 30 weapons in the new armoury,  as all available as of game release. Vanguard’s multiplayer mode offers new ways to play, with a preference setting for pace of battle and a fast and frantic survival mode: King of the Hill Vanguard also features a new Zombie experience developed by Treyarch Studio.

PC version developed by Beenox

As lead developer of Call of Duty for PC, video game developer Beenox’s mandate was to produce an unparalleled PC experience for Call of Duty: Vanguard.

PC players will benefit from a range of customizable parameters to adapt their gaming experience, whether it’s to be more competitive using NVIDIA Reflex, to take advantage of options such as FidelityFX Adaptive Contrast Shading or to enjoy the thrilling experience of playing on an ultra-wide, 4K monitor with an excellent refresh rate using Nvidia DLSS or AMD FSR technology.

“Beenox has assembled a team of dedicated and passionate developers who work hard to improve the PC experience on Call of Duty year after year. We do our best to ensure that the game is tailored to the needs of our PC community by using the latest technology available and providing the best possible performance.  This year, we’ve added several new accessibility options to Call of Duty, including settings to reduce camera and sight shake to reduce motion sickness,” says Marc-Alexandre Milot, Director of UI / UX at Beenox.

“I couldn’t be prouder of our team, who worked very hard to ensure an unparalleled gaming experience in Call of Duty: Vanguard. We delivered a project that meets the highest quality standards.  It’s a real pleasure to be able to add a new project to our accomplishments with a simply amazing team,” adds Beenox studio director Nour Polloni.