Call of Duty: Vanguard perks and details leaked

Call of Duty: Vanguard perks have been leaked, revealing the details and different changes coming to the game.

CoD Vanguard perks
Call of Duty Vanguard perks have been leaked

Call of Duty: Vanguard Multiplayer Beta has ended on the 21st of September. And with the 5th of November 2021 being announced as the official CoD Vanguard release date, additional info is beginning to get leaked. 

Recently, leakers have revealed significant information about the upcoming CoD Vanguard Zombies map, CoD Vanguard weapon camos, and now the new leaks have emerged, revealing info about the CoD Vanguard perks.

Thanks to the recent leaks and a prominent dataminer, players now have a decent idea of what to expect from the upcoming CoD Vanguard perks. 

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CoD Vanguard Perks

Recently a known CoD leaker, TheMW2Ghost revealed some intriguing details about every one of the upcoming Call of Duty: Vanguard perks. 

In his recent Twitter post, MW2 OG revealed the detail of each Vanguard perk along with releasing their real names. And even though they didn't reveal the particular slot of the Perks, they did reveal that a portion of these leaked Perks will probably not come with the launch on November 5, but will come later in the seasons.

So, let's get to know what has been revealed so far about these CoD Vanguard Perks along with their details:


The Vanguard operator perk allows players to carry two primary weapons with faster weapon switching and enables players to reload while sprinting.


The Vanguard operator perk allows players will have kills with killstreaks that will count towards other killstreaks. Care Packages have a better chance to drop better killstreaks. Personal Radars and UAVs last 50% longer. 

Moreover, controlled killstreaks have an additional 50% health and the leaker stated that there are chances that this killstreak has been updated, altered, or cut.


When players will be using melee weapons, the move speed and melee range will be increased and health regeneration is immediate after a melee kill.


"intel packs" will be dropped by slain enemies, and these packs are able to show where nearby enemies are.


Coldblooded perk will not trigger High Alert and AI-controlled kill streaks will not target you whereas player-controlled killstreaks will not highlight you.


This Vanguard perk slightly reduces overall movement speed while providing immune to the Suppression mechanic. 


Increases movement speed and increases movement penalty from the Suppression mechanic.

Piercing Vision

The sufficiently suppressed enemies will be highlighted through walls and other effects for a brief time.


The Vanguard Sprinting perk reduces damage from enemies.

Other than the above-mentioned, TheMW2Ghost also revealed a few other perks, however, he was not sure whether they were upcoming perks or Field Upgrades.

  • Informed: Select an additional Intel 
  • Perk Command: Select an additional killstreak 
  •  Active Reload: Press the reload button at the right time to reload faster

While the latest details about "Call of Duty Vanguard perks" are fascinating, yet none of these have been officially announced, so players should take this information with a grain of salt and wait for the official announcement by Treyarch or Sledgehammer Games.

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