Call of Duty Vanguard Best Perks Guide

Call of Duty Vanguard Best Perks Guide

Perks are back for Call of Duty Vanguard and there is a big list of them. Depending on your playstyle, you can go with a range of different perks. In this guide, we will list the best perks currently available in Call of Duty Vanguard.

Call of Duty Vanguard Best Perks

Let’ start with everyone’s favorite and the tried and tested perks from previous games that return in Vanguard.

Ghost

With Ghost, you will be able to avoid enemy Spy Planes, field mics, and intel. It works in pretty much the same way as it did in previous games. Players who like to flank and surprise enemies would love to get the Ghost build.

Ninja

Speaking of flanking and surprising enemies, Ninja is another great perk to have. Ninja is Vanguard’s equivalent of Dead Silence from Modern Warfare. When activated, Ninja will allow you to move silently, avoid Tracker perks, and have reduced fall damage.

Overkill

Sometimes you need more firepower to get the job done. Overkill allows you to carry two primary weapons in multiplayer and Warzone (when it arrives in Vanguard). You can carry two Assaults, or one Assault and one SMG, one Assualt and one Snipe, it’s all up to you.

Radar

Radar is a great perk to have as it allows you to see enemy positions on the mini-map. Whenever an enemy shoots an unsilenced weapon they will get pinged on the mini-map. This allows you to better understand enemy positioning and which route you should take.

Survival Training

Stun is back and it’s a pain in the ass as usual. However, you can reduce the effects of stun by using the Survival Training Perk in Vanguard. Moreover, you will be immune to gas grenades as well.

These were the best perks in Call of Duty Vanguard as per my experience with the game. Need more help? See How Check Ping, Best SMGs, How to Unlock Mastery Camos.

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