Call of Duty: Vanguard has finally arrived, and Sledgehammer’s latest FPS foray takes quite a different approach from its predecessors. Yet, despite its ambitions, it’s still a first-person shooter, so you’ll want to tweak the game’s settings to ensure your rig is ready for battle.
Thankfully, you won’t need one of the best graphics cards to join the Call of Duty: Vanguard fold, as the game’s optimisation should help gaming PCs, both old and new, get in on the action. That said, if you want to boost fps and maintain decent visuals, tweaking the shooter’s settings allows you to pick your performance battles and bolster your overall experience.
If you’re still looking for a copy of Call of Duty Vanguard, you can grab the World War II inspired shooter over at Battle.net. Unfortunately, the game isn’t available on Steam or Xbox Game Pass, but this could change in the future.