Here are Five Benefits Which PlayStation 5 Users Will Earn From Call of Duty: Vanguard

Published 10/31/2021, 3:15 PM EDT


The upcoming Call of Duty title is going to be groundbreaking for Activision. The first time in the history of the franchise, Call of Duty, is about to roll out a kernel-level anti-cheat system to combat hackers. The title has been riddled with cheaters and hackers in the majority of the games, which makes the game unplayable for honest gamers.

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Now more news from the community has shed light on the advantages PlayStation users will have. The players stand to gain plenty of benefits that will give them a proper head start in their grind through each prestige level.

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PlayStation players will have 5 key benefits in Call of Duty: Vanguard

Reddit user, u/Akafrost03 shared a post on the official subreddit thread to reveal all the key benefits. Gamers will get a headstart on Battle Pass levels, more custom load outs, combat pack with each season for PS plus subscribers. Not just that, but PS users will also get 24 hours long monthly double XP events, along with a 25% boost to weapons XP when playing with friends. This roster of amazing benefits will indeed help Activision drive more sales of titles among PlayStation users.

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Kernel level anti-cheat system is on its way

In other news, recent reports from within the community suggest Ricochet is almost in its final stages of development. However, this ground-breaking kernel-level anti-cheat system is not going to release with Vanguard. Instead, the studio has planned to add the system to the game with the first major season. This will allow the teams to take a deeper look at the system and ensure smooth integration with all the titles of the Call of Duty universe.

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This might resolve all the major issues that have plagued both Warzone and other titles of the franchise. The new cheat system seems like an inspired version of Vanguard that has been looking at Riot Games’FPS title Valorant. So far, the anti-cheat system has produced great results, and the community is pleased with the way everything works. Hopefully, Activision’s system can also produce the same results and with that fans can finally breathe a sigh of relief.

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Ayank Chourasia

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Ayank Chourasia is an eSports author at EssentiallySports. He has been writing since 2016 across various fields, having done his BBA from T.I.

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