Call of Duty: Vanguard
|Call of Duty: Vanguard|
|This game is still under active development.|
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Call of Duty: Vanguard is the latest entry in the Call of Duty franchise and includes all your favorite World War II tropes, including cursed World War II weaponry, a Snoop Dogg tie-in, and Godzilla vs Kong.
- 1 Unused Weapons
- 2 Unused Attachment Combinations
- 3 Unused Multiplayer Content
- 4 Unused Zombies Content
- 5 Revisional Differences
- 6 References
The Combat Record in an older build listed a weapon called "WEAPON_TUGOLF/ME_PDELTA" with the description of WEAPON_TUGOLF/DESC_ME_PDELTA. It uses the same icon as the FS Fighting Knife, so it is presumably a Melee weapon.
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Compare Combat Knife weapon file with Throwing Knife and mention notable differences.
Equipping the Throwing Knife replaces the player character's melee attack with a Throwing Knife melee attack. Strangely though, equipping the Deathmachine or Warmachine with the Throwing Knife equipped replaces the knife with the Combat Knife, an otherwise unused knife. It appears to be the same as the Throwing Knife except that its killfeed icon is that of the FS Fighting Knife. If the Combat Knife is thrown, the player character cannot melee.
Unused Attachment Combinations
Does Recoil Booster do anything when the 1911 doesn't have Full-Auto?
- 1911 with Recoil Booster - Accidentally added with the Metal Etched blueprint and unobtainable otherwise. It raises the rate of fire when the weapon also has Full-Auto.
Unused Multiplayer Content
Dropped Riot Shield Protection
A Riot Shield dropped on the ground will still block bullets; however, this can never be encountered as there are no situations where one would ever shoot through a Riot Shield on the ground.
Unused Zombies Content
Cold War announcer leftovers
Leftover lines from Cold War of the announcer saying "Cranked", "Jingle Hells", "HO HO HO" and "Gun Game". Oddly, these lines are cut off at the end.
Unused Norticus Voiceline
Norticus has an unused line talking about Wonder Weapons.
On the Zombies map Der Anfang, a certain section of the map originally had pages of the Qur'an scattered on the ground. These were later removed after they were pointed out by a user on Twitter as the Qur'an is a sacred book and cannot be depicted placed on the floor or any kind of dirty surface.
Thomas Bolt Birthday Inconsistency
When the operator Thomas Bolt was introduced to the game as part of Season Two, he was listed as being born on October 21, 1920, despite his bio claiming he was a veteran of WWI. This was changed to December 25, 1900 with Season Two Reloaded.
Weapon Name Changes
Some of the game's weapons had their names altered between between the Champion Hill Alpha, Multiplayer Beta, and final game.
|Champion Hill Alpha||Multiplayer Beta||Final|
|Auto-Loading Shotgun||Auto-Loading Shotgun||Gracey Auto|
|Revolving Shotgun||Revolving Shotgun||Einhorn Revolving|
Arthur Kingsley Birthday Inconsistency
Kingsley's birthday is claimed to be September 27, 1915 in his bio in Vanguard. His bio in Black Ops Cold War, however, states he was born on February 16, 1916. It's unknown where this discrepancy arose, and the Call of Duty Wiki treats his birth date as given in Vanguard as his canonical one.