A few weeks ago it came to light that Call of Duty: Vanguard players could expect Ranked Playlists to be implemented into the game’s competitive multiplayer within the coming weeks. Despite no official release date being given yet, a rough time frame of when to expect League Play to be added has surfaced.
What to Expect from Call of Duty: Vanguard’s Ranked Playlists
One thing that has been confirmed is that Vanguard’s ranked game modes will be developed collaboratively by Sledgehammer and Treyarch. This is a good duo as Treyarch made the highly regarded Call of Duty Black Ops 2 and its popular League Play system.
Pretty sure it’s WWIIs system as well. https://t.co/SptTmaEJEU
— Hope (@TheGhostOfHope) January 10, 2022
A Twitter post from @TheGhostOfHope, a trusted leaker, claims that players can expect League Play to be available within ‘’the coming weeks’’. Although this isn’t very specific, it gives a fans an idea of the release window and when to expect it Ranked playlists to be available. Seeing as Season 1 is drawing to its halfway point, it would be reasonable to assume that League Play will be added at the start of Season 2. It could come at any point between now and then, or even after.
While @TheGhostOfHope does not indicate which aspects from Call of Duty: WW2’s ranked mode would be included, people are speculating on what might be included. Exclusive prizes are almost certainly on the way, with Calling Cards being the very least. Skill ratings and divisions, as well as the leaderboards contained in Call of Duty: WW2’s competitive play, are all possibilities. For the time being, fans can only guess, as official information is likely to take some time to emerge.
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