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Warzone glitch lets you use STG44 and M1 Garand from CoD: Vanguard early

A Warzone player has found a new glitch in Season 6 which allows players to use the STG44 and M1 Garand early from CoD: Vanguard.

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A new glitch has been found in Warzone Season 6, allowing players to use the STG44 and M1 Garand from Call of Duty: Vanguard, which aren’t supposed to arrive until after the game is released.

Warzone Season 6 has brought loads of new content for players to get their hands on, including new weapons, battle pass, and even the upcoming Haunting event, which will bring some classic Horror movie villains into the game.

Although Season 6 is the final season of the Black Ops Cold War integration with Warzone, players have found a way to use the STG44 and M1 Garand from Vanguard early.

The glitch comes from YouTuber Eriv, who recently posted a video explaining how to do the glitch in Warzone Season 6.

The glitch is done by playing game modes with the Weapon Drop Field Upgrade, such as Plunder.

The glitch happens by simply picking up a random weapon from the Weapon Drop and killing yourself until you’re lucky enough to receive one of the Vanguard weapons.

The trick is to pick up a different Field Upgrade with a longer recharge rate after receiving a random weapon so that when you spawn back into the map, you don’t have to wait for the Weapon Drop to recharge.

Land back on the Weapon Drop you previously dropped and repeated until the Weapon Drop breaks or you finally get the M1 Garand or the STG44.

You can use the Weapon Drop twice before it breaks, and considering how many weapons there are in Warzone Season 6, this may take some time.

The M1 Garand and STG44 are currently the only Vanguard weapons in the Warzone’s game files. Therefore they are the only weapons you can get from this exploit.

The player then shows off the M1 Garand in-game, and its classic reload animation and audio just to confirm that it is indeed the Vanguard weapon in Warzone.

For more on Warzone Season 6, check out the recent October 8 update patch notes that brought some significant changes to the Call of Duty battle royale.

Image Credits: Raven Software / Sledgehammer Games / Activision

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Vanguard devs tease classic “fan-favorite” map to arrive in Season 1

Vanguard Season 1 is set to launch on December 8 and fans are eager to discover which fan-favourite map is joining Vanguard.

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With Vanguard Season 1 right around the corner, more news has surfaced including the arrival of two new maps. 

December 8 is fast approaching and Vanguard players just received an enormous amount of information regarding Season 1. The devs confirmed the introduction of two free weapons, a new Operator, Multiplayer modes, and most importantly two maps.

The bevy of new content is sure to excite Vanguard players everywhere. However, the one piece of information that is generating the most excitement is the inclusion of a yet to be revealed fan-favorite map

Which maps are coming to Vanguard Season 1?

Vanguard launched with a whopping 16 Multiplayer maps and 4 Champion Hill maps for a total of 20 maps. Considering Sledgehammer spoiled Vanguard players with several maps at launch, some may be surprised to see we’re getting two new maps so soon.

Ultimately, receiving new maps is a great thing for the Vanguard community. It helps keep the Multiplayer experience feeling fresh. The Call of Duty devs promised that one of the two new maps is “a Pacific-inspired take on a fan-favorite classic Call of Duty map.”

This statement has led many to speculate which map is going to make a return. The quote is leading players to believe that an iconic map is going to get a Pacific-themed revamp, much like Vanguard’s iteration of Shipment.

Vanguard players are already beginning to imagine what their favorite map would look like in Vanguard. The most popular guesses seem to be Terminal, Rust, Nuketown, and Shoot House. Considering how highly regarded each of these maps are, Vanguard players would be lucky to receive even one of them. 

When more details involving the two maps are revealed, check back in for an update. In the meantime, CharlieINTEL has got you covered for Season 1’s December 8 launch. 

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Bizarre Vanguard glitch turns your own dog against you

A strange Vanguard glitch appears to have caused a Guard Dog Killstreak to turn on its owner, mauling them to death.

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A bizarre Call of Duty: Vanguard glitch has caused a player to be mauled to death by their own Guard Dog Killstreak.

Attack Dogs are a classic Call of Duty Killstreak, first appearing in 2008’s World at War and returning in Vanguard. This Killstreak unleashes a pack of vicious dogs on the map that will hunt down and eliminate all enemy players.

Vanguard has also brought back the Guard Dog Killstreak, where one armored dog will keep you protected until it’s eliminated. However, one unlucky player appears to have had their own Guard Dog turn against them in a bizarre glitch.

Players have already complained about the Dogs Killstreaks being too powerful, with them teleporting around the map and taking a full magazine to take down. But another glitch is perhaps even more troublesome, with dogs turning on their owners.

Reddit user stonks_xd racked up the required six Killstreak to unlock the Guard Dog with the MG42, but it didn’t go according to plan.

Vanguard Guard Dog glitch

They called in their Guard Dog and as usual, found it waiting for them in the next room over. However, just as they get into a gunfight, their own Guard Dog attacks them.

You’d assume that this was actually an enemy Guard Dog, but that doesn’t appear to be the case here. The kill feed clearly shows that the dog isn’t controlled by an enemy. It displays the same feed as though they eliminated themself.

However, the Calling Card for an enemy player pops up. It appears that as they were getting damaged and their own Guard Dog dealt the killing blow.

We’re unsure what really happened here, or if it’s a common occurrence, but Sledgehammer Games haven’t listed it on their Trello board of known issues yet. The game will see a huge update for Season 1, so perhaps this bizarre issue will be included in the patch notes.


For more Call of Duty content, you can check out everything coming to Warzone Pacific with the new Caldera map.

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All Warzone Pacific game modes: Vanguard Royale, Resurgence, Rebirth, more

Here are all of the new game modes coming with Warzone Pacific’s new Caldera map, including Vanguard Royale and more.

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Call of Duty: Vanguard will bring the Caldera Pacific map to Warzone when they integrate in December, so here are all of the new game modes coming with the new battle royale experience.

Warzone’s Pacific map has officially been revealed. Caldera, said to be “built on learnings from the community,” will arrive on with Season 1 on December 8 for Vanguard owners and December 9 for everyone else.

Along with all of the new weapons and operators, Warzone Pacific has kept some fan-favorite modes and brought some exciting new ones.

Here’s every new mode coming with Warzone Pacific’s Caldera map.

Warzone Caldera Battle Royale

Vanguard’s integration brings Modern Warfare and Cold War weapons and vehicles to the Pacific, and they can all be found in the Caldera Battle Royale playlist.

This is Warzone’s standard mode, where over 150 weapons from across all three games will be available for use. It also brings all of the familiar vehicles such as ATVs, SUVs, Berthas, and Helicopters. So all the skins you’ve purchased and earned in the Battle Passes won’t go to waste.

Warzone Caldera Plunder

Regular Plunder also returns with Vanguard Season 1, but specifically on the new Caldera map.

Warzone fans love this mode for leveling up weapons and warming up for Battle Royale, and weren’t very happy when it was removed from playlists in Season 6.

But Plunder will still be there after the integration, including Warzone’s huge arsenal of weapons and vehicles.

Warzone Vanguard Royale

Taking place on Caldera, Vanguard Royale turns Warzone into an authentic WW2 experience, including only Vanguard’s weapons and dogfighting.

Vanguard’s integration brings around 40 WW2 weapons to Warzone, and devs have included the Vanguard Royale playlist to allow players to try them all out in their own mode.

It also includes Dogfighting, where players can jump in fighter planes to battle it out in the skies. The devs said that to think of it like a “Precision Airstrike where you are in the cockpit, ready to rain down fire on a squad or defend yours from an enemy pilot.” Players on the ground can also jump in AA guns to defend themselves.

Warzone Vanguard Plunder

Similar to the Vanguard Royale mode, Vanguard Plunder gives the fan-favorite mode a WW2 twist.

The mode will likely be very similar, but you’ll only be able to use Vanguard weapons and vehicles. If you’re a Warzone-only player, this will be the best mode to level up all of the new guns.

Vanguard Plunder will arrive later in Season 1.

Warzone Vanguard Resurgence

Within the first week of Warzone Pacific’s launch, fans will have access to Vanguard Resurgence.

The Resurgence tag corresponds to a game mode with unique respawn mechanics. The respawn mechanic requires at least one player on a squad to stay alive for a specific period of time in order to bring back eliminated team members.

The high respawn rate makes for a fast-paced action-packed Battle Royale experience. Trying to stay alive to bring back your teammates produces some tense moments. Players love the chaos that comes with Resurgence and they’ll get to experience a Caldera version during launch week. 

Although we don’t yet know which section of the map will be accessible in Resurgence, the Pacific version is likely to focus on a small portion of Caldera. 

Warzone Rebirth Island

Rebirth Island is here to stay! Many prefer Rebirth’s smaller, faster-paced battle royale map, and players were concerned that it would also disappear alongside Verdansk.

Rebirth will still be around, but players will bid goodbye to the map for a short period of time. During Warzone Pacific’s early access period on December 8, players will still be able to access Rebirth. However, the following day, Rebirth will disappear for an unspecific period. This coincides with Warzone Pacific’s full launch on December 9. 

We currently don’t know the exact date Rebirth is set to return, but the devs have promised that it will be making a comeback later in Season 1


And those are all of the new Warzone modes confirmed for Season 1! Expect Sledgehammer and Raven Software to continue to keep cooking up new experiences as the year goes on.

You can also check out all of the changes coming to Warzone, and every new Caldera POI.

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