Call of Duty Vanguard is still a couple of weeks away, but Treyarch has started to share some information about what to expect from the new Zombies mode. It's safe to say that it all sounds exciting - however, things are going to be quite a bit different. One thing that's changing is the way Perks work. Vanguard Zombies is ditching the Perk-a-Cola Machines in favour of Perk Fountains. Here's what we know about that.
PERK FOUNTAINS? - More than one new way to play
It's a sad day indeed, but it looks like Jugger-nog might be a thing of the past - well, we're not sure yet but we can't imagine drinking Jugger-nog out of a strange skull-shaped fountain. Can you?
Perk Fountains are in and Perk-a-Cola Machines are out in Vanguard's new Zombies mode - Treyarch did warn us they were doing things a little differently.
As far as we can tell, these Perk Fountains aren't going to change the way that Perks work - however, there's a whole host of new ways to upgrade and get new abilities in Vanguard Zombies that we're not sure they're going to be as important anymore.
The Altar of the Covenants is a new upgrade system in which a player will offer up a Sacrificial Heart - which they earn from completing an objective - for an upgrade. These aren't exactly like Perks as we know them, but they offer similar additional bonuses. For example, you can get an upgrade that gives you a chance to keep any thrown equipment or something like Brain Rot.
You can check out everything we're discussing in the behind-the-scenes look at Vanguard Zombies' Der Anfang below:
Call of Duty Vanguard is due to release on November 5th - Treyarch's new Zombies mode is going to be something different, unlike anything we've ever seen from the mode before. We can't wait!