Call of Duty: Warzone: Activision Formally Adds Vanguard Weapons to Warzone’s Arsenal

Season Six of Call of Duty: Warzone has officially started a week ago; paving the path for all kinds of new content. With the final season before Vanguard takes over, players bid farewell to the iconic map, Verdansk. And witness the Zombie envision finale.

Ahead of the Call of Duty: Vanguard’s launch on November 5, 2021, the devs let Warzone players try out some of the new weapons Vanguard brings to the franchise. Although some players have already seen the weapons in Warzone due to controversial reasons, Activision has now officially introduced the STG44 and the M1 Garand.

Call of Duty: Warzone: The All-New Vanguard Weapons

The STG44 and M1 Garand have been added to the game and are now usable by players. Earlier, some players reported cheaters/hackers were already using some of the new weapons from Vanguard before the devs even mentioned anything as such. There were also cases of hackers using unreleased Halloween content; designed for the Haunting Halloween Event that comes out later this month.

The guns came to Warzone as a part of the Battle Pass for Season Six that was revealed earlier today. The Battle Pass allows players to get a head start on Vanguard content by sampling grinding on either Warzone or BOCW; allowing players to jump over 24 tiers.

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— Call of Duty (@CallofDuty) October 12, 2021

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All You Need to Know About the STG44 and M1 Garand

Unfortunately, the two weapons do not allow players to make their own modifications by editing attachments. What you certainly can do is use the blueprints that come with the Battle Pass. Popular Warzone YouTuber, JGod, in his recent video, breaks down where the weapons stand in the current meta perfectly; also recommending his preferred ways to use the two guns.

Both the weapons come with blueprints, each being designed for a specific role. The STG44 is available at the 24th tier while the M1 Garand comes into play at tier level 34.

Sadly, the guns, as previously stated, will not allow you to head to the gunsmith. Despite this, players can level up there weapons; allowing them to potentially have max-level weapons at the time of Vanguard’s launch.


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