All of the killstreaks in Call of Duty: Vanguard

Go streaking in World War II.

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The concept of a killstreak in Call of Duty is simple: get a bunch of kills without dying and be rewarded with tools that allow you to keep on killing.

Call of Duty: Vanguard’s World War II setting brings some very interesting killstreaks. Due to the technology at the time, some of the killstreaks are a bit more brutal than some may be used to, but that makes them that more satisfying to unlock.

The new Champion Hill mode also appears to have its own set of killstreaks that operate outside of the core game’s streaks. Streaks include gaining a piece of armor, an additional life, or even calling in a V2 Rocket that wipes out the field and ends the game.

There will be plenty of other killstreaks in the main game, too, like the Flamenaut. This one equips you with a flamethrower that has unlimited fuel and a protective suit, but you lose both when you die. The battlefields of World War II were not for the faint of heart.

Here are all of the known killstreaks in Vanguard as of the open beta on PlayStation:

All killstreaks in Call of Duty: Vanguard

Intel (3 Kills) – Reveals nearby enemies to the summoning player through repeated pings on the minimap over a short period.

Care Package (4 Kills) – Drops a single care package which rewards a random killstreak on pickup.

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Spy Plane (4 Kills) – Calls in a spy plane which reveals all enemy positions on the minimap to allies. Can be shot down.

Counter Spy Plane (4 Kills) – Calls in a counter spy plane which obscures the minimap for all enemies. Can be shot down.

Glide Bomb (5 Kills) – Drops a bomb whose path can be guided toward enemies, killing them instantly.

Deathmachine (5 Kills) – Equips a machine gun with explosive rounds and a fixed number of bullets. Persists through death until ammo is depleted.

Screengrab via Activision

Mortar Barrage (5 Kills) – Toss a flare canister to mark an area for repeated mortar fire.

Warmachine (7 Kills) – Equips a semi-automatic grenade launcher with a fixed number of grenades. Persists through death until ammo is depleted.

Flamenaut (9 Kills) – Receive a flamethrower with unlimited fuel and a protective suit. Both lost on death.

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Attack Dogs (10 Kills) – Summons a pack of attack dogs which target nearby enemies for a period of time.


There will be many more in the full game when it releases on Nov. 5, but this is what’s in the game as of now. This article will be updated as more killstreaks are revealed and added into the game.