Data files supposedly pertaining to an alpha test for Call of Duty: Vanguard have emerged on the PlayStation Network. According to the PlayStation Game Size Twitter account, an alpha test file has been published on the PSN database, suggesting it might get announced soon.
The download size is said to be 20.376 GB on PS5. The alpha test, which was previously rumored, will also apparently come to PS4. The latest reports suggest that, like with Black Ops Cold War's alpha test, it will be available only on PlayStation, though an open beta for Vanguard is said to be in the works for all platforms later on.
The other big piece of news here is that the files suggest the alpha test will let players try the new Champion Hill mode, which has been described by insiders as a combination of the elements of battle royale and Gunfight. It's been likened to Apex Legends' Arena mode.
🚨 Answer some of your questions :— PlayStation Game Size (@PlaystationSize) August 19, 2021
🟫 Alpha Available For PS4-PS5 , i don't know anything for other platforms (you need to find Xbox Game Size Page 😂)
🟥 Alpha Available in All Regions
⬛ Alpha Size is probably different in each region (2-3 GB)
All of this should be taken with a grain of salt for now, as Activision has not yet made any official announcements. The company is expected to reveal Vanguard officially later today, August 19, through Warzone's Battle of Verdansk event. Perhaps related to this, Warzone's seemingly unstoppable train has crashed and is now on fire.
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