Call of Duty Vanguard OUT NOW: Which Editions Should You Buy?

Call of Duty Vanguard is out now and we've got our breakdown of all the editions and bonuses on offer.

Plus, once you've secured your copy of the game, be sure to gear up for Call of Duty Vanguard with the best monitors and standout gaming headsets to match.

Let's take a look!

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Call of Duty Vanguard Editions

There are three main editions on offer, however, there are some slight variations when it comes to the Digital and Physical versions of the game.

All pre-orders come with a few bonuses, like the Frontline Weapons Pack, Arthur Kingsley as an operator, and a Mastercraft Blueprint for Black Ops Cold War and Warzone.

The cross-gen bundle has an extra five hours of 2WXP, which is great if you want to get a headstart on the competition.

The Ultimate Edition is a bit of a beast and has a whole lot more on offer.

Call of Duty Standard Edition

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This option is a good way to go for most people and comes in at around $60.

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You can also go for the digital version via the Playstation Store, Xbox Store, or Battlenet.

Call of Duty Cross-Gen Edition

As the name suggests, this edition will allow you to have a version that plays on both next and current-gen.

That's not to say the Standard Edition won't, as it will via backwards compatibility, but it won't be the next-gen version of the game.

Coming in at around $70, it's not a bad way to go if you've got a couple of consoles or want to upgrade soon.

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Call of Duty Ultimate Edition

The Ultimate Edition also has a pretty substantial price point, but it is worth it if you're a big Call of Duty fan.

Coming in at around $100, you get the Vanguard Battle Pass Bundle plus the Task Force One Pack, the latter of which contains new operator skins, weapons blueprints, and more.

Great if you want to go all in!

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