Call of Duty: Vanguard Mastery camos featured in Warzone Pacific
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On Tuesday, content creators uploaded early footage of Call of Duty: Warzone Pacific and the new Caldera map, one day before Vanguard owners receive the chance to play Warzone Pacific themselves. During some of the creators’ showcases, players noticed that the Vanguard multiplayer Mastery camos will be available in Warzone Pacific.

Previously, it took Warzone months to add in certain Mastery camos from the mainstream titles. Now, Warzone Pacific players will be able to show off their Mastery camos, like Gold and Diamond, on their guns while exploring Caldera. However, the camos look a little different in Warzone Pacific than they do in Vanguard.

Vanguard Mastery camos available in Warzone Pacific

The Gold and Diamond camos in Vanguard are somewhat polarizing. The camo covers the entire weapon, which was a welcome change — but their design haven’t been too eye-popping. That’s been completely changed in Warzone Pacific, which players can see below.

The Gold camo now has a white and black design mixed in with the Gold to create a completely different look. Comparatively, Diamond is much shinier in Warzone Pacific than it is in Vanguard.

The ultimate Mastery camo in Vanguard, Atomic camo, hasn’t received the same treatment in Warzone Pacific. It looks almost identical to how it does in Vanguard, which doesn’t seem to be much of an issue considering how unique Atomic is. Although, the camo does appear to be somewhat dimmed down in terms of brightness.

At this point, the Vanguard Mastery camos from Zombies are not available in Warzone Pacific. This will likely come at some point in the future. Black Ops Cold War Zombies camos didn’t appear in Warzone until months after its initial integration. The Vanguard integration with Warzone Pacific takes place with the Season 1 update arriving on Wednesday.

Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 7+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.