The Call of Duty beta allows players to test the game out before the full release. The level cap for the Call of Duty: Vanguard beta is level 30 for weapons and loadouts.
Players will not be able to upgrade their weapons past level 30 for the beta, however, the level cap is expected to be higher in the full game. Although the level cap is relatively low, players will still have a lot to do even if they max out their loadouts. The beta will introduce six operators, new multiplayer maps, and the new game modes Patrol and Champion Hill.
Based on social media leaks, weapons are expected to go to level 70 in the full game with attachments unlocked at each level. The closed alpha featured 12 weapons with attachments that could be unlocked. Some of the attachments that will be unlocked with weapon level-ups include FMJ rounds, Leather Grips, Round Magazines, and Optics.
The level cap for Call of Duty: Vanguard has yet to be revealed, however, according to the official Call of Duty website, there are five different XP categories: regular, weapon, Battle Pass, Clan, and Operator. Earning Operator XP can be done by playing with specific Operators, which can unlock new skins, calling cards, and finishing moves. Operators will also earn more XP by using their favorite weapon as well. It seems there will be many ways to earn XP and many new rewards to unlock when Call of Duty: Vanguard releases on November 5th.
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