Call of Duty: Vanguard, guide and tips for multiplayer

Call of Duty: Vanguard, guide and tips for multiplayer

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In this Call of Duty: Vanguard guide we will give you some tips and tricks that will come in handy to get the better of other players in multiplayer modes, starting with the best settings up to some tips that will come in handy on the battlefield. br>
Undoubtedly the heart of Sledgehammer Games' new shooter is all in the multiplayer modes. Between 20 maps and eight game modes there is certainly no lack of variety, without considering the new content arriving before and during Season 1, while the new Battle Rhythm feature allows you to play in a more relaxed or frenetic way according to your needs. br>

Better settings: FOV, trigger sensitivity, 120fps, etc.

Call of Duty: Vanguard In many people underestimate this aspect but it is of fundamental importance to change the game settings. The Sledgehammer Games shooter offers numerous options with which to tweak to get the ideal configuration for your needs.

The most important is undoubtedly the one relating to the Field of View (FOV). The higher its value, the wider the view will be. A large field of view allows you to frame multiple elements on the screen, which makes it easier to spot enemies, but at the same time it could compromise your accuracy in aiming, especially for more distant targets. The right value, therefore, depends on many factors but above all on your preferences. In general, on consoles, we recommend starting at 105 and gradually increasing until you find the optimal value. On PC, however, given the use of the mouse it is better to start directly from 115.

Also consider turning off "Streaming Texture On-Demand". This option is meant to lighten the SSD's workload, but it may cause some slowdown from time to time. Another tip is to disable both options related to Motion Blur, as they could be counterproductive on the battlefield, making it more difficult to spot and target opponents.

For those who play on consoles we recommend reducing the dead zone of the controller triggers, in a range between 0 and 5. In this way your gun will fire immediately at the slightest pressure of the dedicated button. Also turn off the vibration and, in the case of PS5, the functions related to Dualsense: they certainly make the gaming experience more immersive, but they are an unnecessary distraction. Speaking of distractions, turn off subtitles as well.

The balance of the audio mix can also make a difference. With Call of Duty: Vanguard's default options you may find it difficult to hear footsteps from opponents amidst NPC exclamations, explosions, and background music. For this reason we advise you to lower the volume of the dialogues to 50, as well as all the other "superfluous" options, with the exception of course of the sound effects that it is good to keep to the maximum.

If you are using a monitor or TV that supports 120Hz you can activate the 120fps mode in the graphics settings. Call of Duty: Vanguard is unlikely to maintain that value on all occasions, but generally the game will be much smoother than the classic 60fps, which is a big plus in a first-person shooter.

Obviously those reported above are just suggestions and they don't necessarily have to be right for you. So we advise you to experiment with the many options offered by the game in the field, until you find the configuration that is right for you.

First of all, learn the maps and the basics

Call of Duty : Vanguard Call of Duty: Vanguard is a fast-paced shooter, but that doesn't mean you just need good aim and great reflexes to win games. The game of Sledgehammer Games, as well as the other exponents of the series, also reward those who play cunning, know the maps and exploit the game mechanics.

If you are still at the beginning, the advice is to take it very calmly, beautifully ignoring the kill / death ratio or trying to win games at all costs. Rather use the first few hours to get familiar with the multiplayer maps. In particular, learn what their critical points are and which elements of the scenario are destructible, so as to surprise your opponents and at the same time not be caught unprepared.

In Vanguard you can break through doors and demolish windows, as well as destroy various elements of the scenario, a mechanic that could make a difference if used properly. For example, you can create an opening in a wall and shoot through it and take cover with it. Still on the subject of cover, you can place weapons on surfaces and shoot with precision. Or you can shoot blindly: you will expose yourself less to risks, but you will be much less accurate.

Also keep an eye on the mini-map at the top left of the screen to monitor the position of allies and the direction towards they are facing, as well as the compass at the top of the screen, as it indicates the direction from which enemies are firing. By monitoring both of these elements, it will be much easier to guess the position of your opponents and act accordingly.

Loadout and weapon customization

Call of Duty: Vanguard, the Once Upon a Time Weapon Customization Screen that you have become familiar with the maps, the next step is to create loadouts of equipment that adapt to any type of battle. There is nothing wrong with starting with the presets in the game, but if you really want to improve your performance, it is good to find the guns that match your style of play and suitable for different types of maps. For example, an assault or sniper rifle is better in large ones, while in closed ones you could aim at a weapon with a shorter range but with a high rate of fire, such as an SMG. Having multiple loadouts ready in any situation is the ABC of the skilled soldier.

In addition, thanks to the Master of Arms, you can customize your favorite guns with up to numerous accessories, allowing thousands of additional possibilities to support any play style in any combat scenario. Similarly, we advise you to experiment with the various perks available. One particularly useful at the beginning of the game is the Radar, as it indicates the exact position of the opponents who shoot in the mini-map.

Don't forget to make the most of the tactical, lethal equipment and the upgrades on the field. A good number of players often forget the potential of these tools, which could save your skin in complicated situations or get some extra kills. on the "economic" ones. The stronger ones in fact require numerous eliminations in a row without dying and are suitable for the most skilled players. If you don't manage to activate them often, you might as well fall back on "Information" and the "Planing Bomb", just to mention a couple of Killestreaks that require fewer kills but still have their usefulness in battle.

To conclude two apparently obvious advice, but which in reality are practically never: play as a team and remember that you win by completing objectives, not by the number of kills (except for deathmatches). Too often in fact it happens to see players who love the "lone wolf" style throw themselves into the fray at Rambo, often without reasoning, beautifully ignoring the goal, decreeing their own defeat and that of the team. But you are better than that, aren't you? So, even if you are playing with complete strangers, always try to be a bit cooperative and use voice chat if possible.

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