Every confirmed perk in Call of Duty: Vanguard multiplayer
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Sledgehammer Games revealed a variety of elements that are coming to Call of Duty: Vanguard multiplayer yesterday, including an interesting list of perks. However, most of multiplayer was properly explained by the various content creators who got early access to multiplayer.

Perks have become a major talking point amongst CoD fans in the last few years. Developers have made some controversial decisions with the Create-A-Class system and perks have been no exception. It began with Infinity Ward moving Dead Silence to the Field Upgrade menu in Modern Warfare. Fans were hoping that wasn’t the case in Vanguard but that hope has been diminished, for now. Of course, there are still over a dozen perks that players can pay attention to before they play the beta.

All Perks in Call of Duty: Vanguard

In the build that creators like TheXclusiveAce were able to play, around half of multiplayer was unlocked. There are still many aspects that are currently unconfirmed by official means. This includes the perks, which only have four in each of the three slots as of right now.

Those 12 perks can be seen below:

Perk 1

  • Ghost
  • Fortified
  • Low Profile
  • Survival Training

Perk 2

  • High Alert
  • Radar
  • Forward Intel
  • Tracker

Perk 3

  • Demolition
  • Double Time
  • Tactician
  • Overkill
Call of Duty: Vanguard perks
The perk three slot in Vanguard. | Provided by Activision/XclusiveAce

These are the perks currently found within Vanguard multiplayer. However, there are five more that are expected to be featured in the game when it launches on Nov. 5. There appears to still be one perk from the first slot that remains unknown. However, the leaked perks originated through noted insider @TheMW2Ghost, who has accurately predicted all of multiplayer thus far.

Those five perks are seen below:

  • Cold Blooded
  • Engineer
  • Piercing Vision
  • Lightweight
  • Scavenger

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.