How to get the Call of Duty Vanguard pre order bonuses

Call of Duty Vanguard pre order bonuses are something to be expected, as pre order bonuses are now a standard for AAA games. But what exactly do you get for preordering the game, and can you get the bonuses after the game is released? After all, some of those extras might be good enough to induce a certain level of FOMO, so we’ve outlined how to get all Call of Duty: Vanguard pre order bonuses below.

All pre order bonuses

Call of Duty Vanguard pre order bonuses

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There’s several bonuses that players get for pre ordering Call of Duty: Vanguard, which we’ll lay out below:

  • The “Night Raid” Mastercraft SMG: This gun is based on the existing base weapon, the PPSh-41, and it will also be usable in Black Ops Cold War and Warzone. It has a visual theme based around old fighter planes, and a “unique Quickdot LED Optic”.
  • The Frontline Weapon Pack: This pack contains two blueprints for SMGs – the Shredder and the Wildwood. Both will be playable in Vanguard from launch day, and can be brought into Warzone when the new map launches on December 2nd.
  • Operator Arthur Kingsley: Kingsley seems to be one of the main characters in Vanguard’s campaign, and by pre-ordering it seems as though players will be able to bring him into the Multiplayer as an Operator by pre-ordering. It’s also stated that he will “be available for use in Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War and Warzone at a later date”, though it’s not clear when.

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