Is Call of Duty Vanguard Safe For Kids To Play?

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The launch of Call of Duty: Vanguard is fast approaching, much to the excitement of the community. With plenty of new innovations announced alongside the return to World War 2, the upcoming title has left many wondering whether the game will be safe for kids to play.

As well as wondering whether Vanguard will feature a battle royale or if it will ever make an appearance on Game Pass, fans of the franchise often ask if Vanguard will be appropriate for younger gamers to play. With that said, is Vanguard safe for kids to play?


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Is Call of Duty: Vanguard Safe For Kids?

Considering how Call of Duty titles often involve guns, scenes of violence, and themes of war, it's safe to say that Vanguard isn't exactly the most family-friendly game releasing in 2021.


More often than not, Call of Duty games are given an 18+ PEGI rating or an M ESRB rating, indicating that they shouldn't be played by those under the age of 18. Despite this, you will often find younger players looking to get their fix of action-packed gameplay in multiplayer.

So there you have it, Call of Duty: Vanguard certainly isn't safe for kids to be playing and with plenty of other games more suited to a younger audience, kids can still get involved but we would strongly advise them not to be playing Vanguard considering the amount of gore within all three modes.

Call of Duty: Vanguard will launch on November 5th, 2021, on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Xbox Series S|X, and PC. For more intel, find the best submachine guns to use in our tier list.