Pre-order bonuses for Call of Duty: Vanguard are to be expected, as they are now a standard for AAA games. But what exactly do you get for preordering the game, and will you be able to get the bonuses once it’s released?
After all, some of those extras might be enough to cause FOMO, so we’ve broken down how to get all of Call of Duty: Vanguard’s pre-order bonuses below.
How to Get the Call of Duty Vanguard Pre Order Bonuses?
It’s worth noting that all of the Call of Duty: Vanguard pre-order bonuses are the same regardless of platform; those who pre-order the game on PC will receive the same bonuses as those who pre-order on Xbox or PlayStation.
The only way to get something different is to buy the game’s Ultimate edition, which includes the Battle Pass bundle as well as several temporary XP boosters on top of the pre-order bonuses (and the main game, obviously).
However, it’s unclear at this time whether pre-order bonuses for Call of Duty: Vanguard will be available after the game’s release. That isn’t to say it isn’t possible; we simply don’t know. It’s entirely possible that they’ll be sold as DLC after the game’s release, or that there will be ways to unlock them, but Activision hasn’t said so.
When we have more information, we’ll update this page, but for now, it’s probably best to assume that the pre-order bonuses will only be available to those who pre-ordered. All that sort of thing. Speak now or forever hold your piece, etc.
All Pre Order Bonuses
Players who pre-order Call of Duty: Vanguard will receive a number of bonuses, which we’ll list below:
The “Night Raid” Mastercraft SMG: This weapon is based on the PPSh-41, and it will be playable in Black Ops Cold War and Warzone as well. It has a “unique Quickdot LED Optic” and a visual theme based on old fighter planes.
The Frontline Weapon Pack: The Shredder and the Wildwood are two SMG blueprints included in this pack. Both will be playable in Vanguard from the start, and will be able to be transferred to Warzone once the new map is released on December 2nd.
Operator Arthur Kingsley: Kingsley appears to be one of the main characters in Vanguard’s campaign, and it appears that pre-ordering will allow players to bring him into the Multiplayer as an Operator. He’ll also “be available for use in Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War and Warzone at a later date,” though when that will be is unknown.
Well, that’s all we have for you about getting the Call of Duty Vanguard Pre Order Bonuses. We hope this guide helped you.
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