Call Of Duty: Vanguard Story Trailer Showcases Cast And Their Mission

Activision drops a new story trailer for Call Of Duty: Vanguard's new cast of characters.

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Ahead of Call of Duty: Vanguard's November 5 launch, Activision released a new story trailer showcasing the main cast of characters and discussing their mission in this new World War II-themed setting.

Vanguard's story trailer highlights the new cast of operators that players will meet in the campaign, which takes place both during and after World War II. Led by Sergeant Arthur Kingsley, the operator cast is introduced as demolition expert Lucas Riggs, skilled pilot Wade Jackson, Russian sniper Polina Petrova, and Kingsley's right-hand man Richard Webb.

Kingsley's Task Force One team is assembled to stop a new threat, as the trailer reveals that another group of Germans are attempting to gain power and introduce "The Fourth Reich" after the fall of Hitler's Germany. The cinematics show fighting across several different settings, including what appears to be the snowy forests of Russia and the deserts of North Africa.

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Now Playing: Call of Duty: Vanguard - Official Story Trailer

Activision have also revealed the voice actors for Vanguard's main cast:

  • Sergeant Arthur Kingsley - Chiké Okonkwo
  • Lieutenant Polina Petrova - Laura Bailey
  • Private Lucas Riggs - Martin Copping
  • Lieutenant 1st Class Wade Jackson – Derek Phillips
  • Sergeant Richard Webb – Simon Quarterman
  • SS Oberst-Gruppenführer Hermann Wenzel Friesinger – Dan Donohue
  • Jannick Richter - Dominic Monaghan

Sledgehammer Games developed Vanguard's Call of Duty campaign and multiplayer, which will be paired with an all-new Zombies experience from Treyarch and a brand-new Pacific-themed Warzone map from Raven Software.

Here are our impressions from Vanguard's multiplayer beta, and this is what we know so far about Vanguard's Season 1 of post-launch content.

Call of Duty: Vanguard will launch as Activision Blizzard faces a lawsuit from the state of California over alleged harassment and discrimination against women.

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