In every battle royale FPS game, the importance of weapon compatibility and attachment suitable for different players can play a big role in winning matches. Every veteran COD player knows the importance of attachments, and how they can be useful for short-range or long-range gunfights. If you’re new to the game, it can be nerve-wracking on which attachments to choose and what to avoid, as poor loadout can reduce your chances of winning the game. Call of Duty Vanguard is recently released and players are always on the lookout for attachments that’ll offer them a slight edge against their opponents. If you’re having a hard picking deciding on which attachments goes well with your playstyle, we’ve got that covered for you.
Before we jump into the attachments, you should know that these attachments will not be available for most of the weapons. But for the most part, they’ll be there for the majority of the guns in COD Vanguard.
Top 5 best attachments in Call of Duty Vanguard.
This attachment is very useful if you’re often engaged with enemies in close quarters as this increases the area on the body where you can deal critical damage. Or even headshot damage, as the headshot multiplier is higher on COD Vanguard, this will be an optimal attachment for you as you’ll often be forced to fight enemies in close range. The great part about this attachment is that it reduces the number of shots that take enemies to kill. Slightly increasing your chances of taking down enemies.
Every COD Vanguard player acknowledges the importance of flinch resistance in the game as if you have a high amount of flinch, you’re likely to miss some shots that’ll decrease your accuracy in medium or longer ranges. For close-range weapons like SMG and Shotguns, it doesn’t have much impact, but for longer-range weapons like Assault Rifles, Marksman, and Sniper Rifles. It works wonders that’ll help you land better shots.
Another important proficiency attachment is Gung-ho that lets you fire your weapon while sprinting as it lets you react quickly to enemies that you’ve run into. If you have an aggressive playstyle, gung-ho is a must-have attachment that reduces the time lag for firing a weapon while sprinting.
Not an attachment, but is considered an important factor that determines if the shots will land on your opponents. There are various weapons with Aim down sights (ADS) that bullet spread will often miss some shots, even when you’re close range. It is always recommended to quip attachments that boost accuracy.
If you’re learning more about the maps and the terrain you’re making use of when fighting enemies, Radar Perk can be very helpful if you rely heavily on the minimap as firing a non-suppressed weapon can give you position. To make sure that you’re undetected, you can use suppressors or subsonic ammo types, as they’ll keep you off the radar and will help you survive.