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How to unlock Sawtooth Melee Weapon in Warzone & Vanguard Season 1

Vanguard and Warzone Season 1 features the Sawtooth Melee Weapon and here’s how you can get your hands on it.

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Vanguard Sawtooth Melee Weapon

Warzone & Vanguard Season 1 will bring a new Melee Weapon known as the Sawtooth, and here’s everything you need to know about unlocking it in both games.

Vanguard Season 1 is almost here, and it features a plethora of new content, like a new Warzone map, the Season 1 Battle Pass, and some cool new weapons for players to try out.

One of these new additions is the Sawtooth Melee Weapon which you will be able to get your hands on in the Vanguard and Warzone integration. In case you’re wondering how to unlock it, this guide has you covered.

Here’s how to get the Sawtooth in Vanguard and Warzone Season 1.

How to unlock the Sawtooth Melee Weapon in Warzone & Vanguard

You can unlock the Sawtooth Melee Weapon in Vanguard and Warzone by reaching Tier 37 in the Season 1 Battle Pass. This is fairly simple and there are two ways for you to get this done.

The first method is the most straightforward and it involves you playing through multiple matches as you gradually progress through the Battle Pass. You can check out our guide on how to level up fast in Vanguard.

Alternatively, you can pay for a Tier-Skip bundle on day one to immediately progress through the first 20 Tiers of the Battle Pass. This will speed up the process and you’ll be able to get the Sawtooth much quicker.

The Sawtooth is the first Melee Weapon in the Vanguard Season 1 Battle Pass. Sewn with shark’s teeth along the club’s perimeter, the Sawtooth is capable of slicing up foes with great efficiency.

Season 1 will also bring other fun additions like new maps, perks, and Zombies content. You can check out all of these changes in the full Call of Duty: Vanguard Season 1 patch notes.


For more Vanguard, check out our guide on how to unlock the Warzone & Vanguard Season 1 Gorenko Anti-Tank Sniper Rifle.

Image credits: Sledgehammer Games

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Warzone leak reveals another Attack on Titan Operator skin coming soon

A new Warzone and Vanguard leak claims the Armored Titan from Attack on Titan could be added to the games soon.

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Attack on Titan fans could soon get their hands on another Operator skin from the anime, with leaks claiming the giant human-eating creatures could join Vanguard and Warzone soon.

Crossovers have become a huge part of gaming, with games like Fortnite linking up with blockbuster movies and sports leagues to give fans amazing in-game looks.

Call of Duty is the latest title to try their hand at collaborations, teaming up with popular anime Attack on Titan to drop the Tracer Pack bundle for the game.

The first AoT skin in Vanguard and Warzone wasn’t well-received, with players claiming it looked “embarrassing,” before reporting that the bundle itself was giving players the wrong Tracer rounds. Now, it looks like they’re going to try again with a new skin, according to leaked images on Twitter.

According to leaker Hydra9114, a second Attack on Titan skin is on the way, but we won’t be getting another member of the Survey Corps.

Instead, players will be able to look like the Armored Titan, a 15 meter tall Titan with hardened skin to protect himself, capable of tearing through buildings and Survey Corps members with ease. Luckily, we expect that the Armored Titan’s in-game skin won’t be 15 meters tall.

The tweet shows a four-second video of the Titan in a pre-game lobby, holding a weapon while looking extremely menacing.

As things stand, we don’t have an official release date for this skin, but considering how detailed the Armored Titan looks, we expect it isn’t far away.

It’s very possible that it appears in Vanguard and Warzone Season 2, which has been delayed to February 14, 2022.

Image Credits: Activision Blizzard / MAPPA

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Vanguard’s Double Barrel meta is over and players couldn’t be happier

Vanguard players are delighted following a recent nerf to the Double Barrel Shotgun that has limited “toxic players”.

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After weeks of torment, the Akimbo Double Barrel meta is finally over in Vanguard following a recent nerf and players are overjoyed with the change.

After Vanguard players requested a change to the overpowered Akimbo Double Barrel Shotgun for almost a month, their prayers were finally answered on January 20 as the weapons received a significant nerf.

Due to absurd range and damage output, players gravitated to the Shotguns resulting in a vicious circle of frustrated players. It hasn’t taken long for the community to notice drastic differences with Vanguard’s Multiplayer.

Depending on your stance in the debate, the Akimbo Double Barrel Shotgun either helped improve your K/D ratio or completely ruined it. Even players who didn’t necessarily want to use this broken weapon were forced to do so in order to keep up with enemy players.

However, now that the Double Barrel is no longer as dominant, it seems some players are having a hard time adjusting to the nerf.

After weeks of prospering and abusing the Double Barrel shotgun, Reddit user Kalashcocknov expresses the joy that comes from watching “toxic” players revert to their old selves.

The post expresses how the noob-friendly Akimbo Shotgun catered to less experienced players and that these players are struggling to adapt to traditional CoD weapons.

The nerf to the Akimbo Double Barrel Shotgun has made it so the weapon is bound to be a less frequent option.

However, players are worried that those who loved the overpowered weapon will move to the Combat Shotgun, which has reemerged as the most dominant close-range weapon in the game.

Only time will tell if Shotguns will once again infuriate Vanguard players but for now, you can rest easy knowing the most broken weapon in the game has been dealt with.


For more Vanguard news check out a ranked list of the best Assault Rifles and SMGs in Vanguard.

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Vanguard players furious with “broken” Attack on Titan bundle

The highly-anticipated Attack on Titan bundle is leaving Vanguard players feeling frustrated with the unfinished product they purchased.

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Just one day after the release of the highly-anticipated crossover and Vanguard players are already frustrated with the “broken” Attack on Titan bundle.

There’s a ton of overlap between fans of both franchises therefore a crossover between brands checked a lot of conceptual boxes. However, early feedback from Vanguard players has been incredibly disappointing as they’ve highlighted major flaws with the cosmetics.

The Attack on Titan bundle already received its fair share of negative feedback prior to release due to the poor design of the Survey Corps Operator skin but some new flaws are leading players to claim the bundle as “broken”.

It didn’t take long for things to go sour with the Vanguard Attack on Titan bundle and given the fact that the bundle costs around $20 it’s easy to understand why players feel shortchanged. Paying customers expect a finished product and the bundle is clearly failing to deliver on this promise.

The bundle consists of one Operator skin, three weapon blueprints, three in-game animations, one emblem, one sticker, and one charm. Players have already called out the skin for its poor design and now it seems like two of the weapon blueprints and some animations are not working as advertised.

As you can see in the clip posted to the Vanguard subreddit, the weapon blueprints that advertise Orange Tracers actually boast lackluster “cartoonish muzzle flash.” Without the Tracers working as intended the weapon blueprints look and feel like half-finished products.

A separate post detailing issues with the bundle’s animations is additional proof that the bundle is broken “Dunno if it’s just me but the MVP highlight is broken, just shows every character beating someone with an invisible gun.”

Once again, the most significant selling point fails to work as intended. Without the iconic AoT blades, the MVP highlight animation is meaningless.

Ideally, the bundle would work as intended from the getgo instead of presenting an unfinished product to paying customers.

As this bundle isn’t cheap, costing players $20, hopefully Sledgehammer Games will look into these issues and ensure that they work as intended moving forward.


For more Vanguard news check out our guide to the best Assault Rifles in Vanguard as well as a ranked list of the best SMGs in Vanguard.

Image Credit: Raven Software / Sledgehammer Games / Activision / MAPPA / Wit Studio / Funimation

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