This February, the developers of the famous Call of Duty: Vanguard is going to provide gamers a chance to try the Ranked Play mode in bets within Season 2. The start of the season already has a release date - February 17th. The possibility to check Ranked Play will be available a little later. Besides a new mode, the game will feature a lot of new elements such as cosmetic rewards, division ratings, and many others.
Developers Treyarch and Call of Duty League have outlined the rules and first rewards for Vanguard ranked play. The beta will begin with five matches, according to the results of which the player will fall into one of seven divisions of skill - from Contender to Challenger. Each division will have five skill levels. Later this year, a top division exclusive to the top 250 players will be introduced.
Players will climb these divisions as they win games, earning rewards including operator skins, amulets, stickers, weapon blueprints, and more as they progress up the ladder. Ranked rewards will be redeemable in both Vanguard and Warzone, and for every five ranks, players will receive a unique emblem and calling card. All rewards will be exclusive to the debut season, and the developer claims even more bonuses will be added in the second season.
The Vanguard Ranked Beta will feature Search and Destroy, 4v4 Hardpoint, and Control modes, and all matches will be played under official Call of Duty League rules.
Also, the developers have prepared a map in the Alps, a rating mode at the beta stage, and transport. Zombie lovers will be waiting for new enemies, arenas, artifacts, and weapons. In the course of the season, a mode with tanks and motorcycles will be added to the shooter. Yeti Special Forces operatives Anna, Gustavo, and Tomas will appear in the game, and new sets will be added to the store. In addition, the developers will fix many bugs and improve the balance.
Last week, one of the verified insiders, Tom Henderson, reported that the popular artist Snoop Dogg will appear in Call of Duty: Vanguard and Warzone as an operative. The date when the famous rapper was added to the Activision shooter is unknown, but his image has already appeared in the game files.
A data miner under the nickname ZestyLeaks shared art in which Snoop Dogg is depicted in a uniform, hat, and glasses. The rapper holds a machine gun in his hands, and a military badge hangs around his neck.
Let's remember that this is not the first time Snoop Dogg has worked with the authors of Call of Duty. In 2014, Ghosts released a set with voice-over matches from the famous rapper, Sylvester Stallone as Rambo and Bruce Willis as John McClane from Die Hard.
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