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The Call of Duty: Vanguard multiplayer beta is just a few days away and the multiplayer reveal is soon taking place. The secrets to be shared include details on aspects like perks, equipment, field upgrades and killstreaks. However, the list of weapons that are going to be in the game is perhaps the biggest aspect for many players.
Weapons can make or break a Call of Duty title and Vanguard will be no different. Sledgehammer Games has already showcased some of the game’s weaponry through the Champion Hill alpha. Of course, that mode had a few select weapons for players to choose from. With the multiplayer beta coming up, there will be a new slew of guns available for players to use.
All confirmed weapons in Vanguard
Since the Champion Hill alpha, several leaks have surfaced that expand the weapon list. While Sledgehammer Games hasn’t officially confirmed some of these weapons, the leaks are coming from sources that have accurately predicted all of Vanguard’s multiplayer thus far.
Most of the weapons listed below are in the beta build of Vanguard, as showcased by content creators around the world earlier today. However, there are some that can be considered leaks but sources have confirmed they’ve seen them in builds of the game.
- M1928 (Thompson)
- ITRA Burst
- Fedorov Avtomat
- M1 Garand (could be a tactical rifle)
- Type 96
- 3-Line Rifle
- Automatic Shotgun
- Revolving Shotgun
- Machine Pistol
- Combat Knife
- Riot Shield
It’s likely that all of these weapons will launch with Vanguard on Nov. 5. However, some of the weapons on the list, like the Riot Shield, might be delayed until Season 1, for one reason or another. The community has already seen many of the weapons through the beta gameplay, though. Of course, this also isn’t going to be the final list for Vanguard. Sledgehammer Games will add more weapons before the game launches. As of right now, those are unknown.
Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 6+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.