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Call of Duty: Vanguard has Finally Launched its Ranked Play Beta After Correcting a Critical issue

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The Ranked Play Beta for Call of Duty: Vanguard is now available on all platforms.

The Ranked Play Beta was scheduled to start yesterday for all Vanguard players. However, there was a delay at the last minute due to a “stat-breaking issue” discovered by Sledgehammer within the beta. However, the problem appears to have been rectified. The beta is now available to all Vanguard players, as you can see below.

Treyarch announced the delay of the highly anticipated Ranked Play game mode on Twitter.

“Resolving this is a top priority, and we'll have an update on timing ASAP,” Treyarch said in the tweet.

Treyarch and the Call of Duty League outlined the rules and rewards for Vanguard ranked play last week. The beta will open with placement matches which determine your starting skill division. There are seven total divisions with five skill tiers apiece, with an exclusive division for the top 250 players still to come in the future, and climbing through the ranks will unlock cosmetics that can be used in both Vanguard and Warzone, including camos, charms, calling cards, as well as Operator skins.

Call of Duty League rules will apply to Vanguard ranked play. This means some weapons, attachments, equipment, and Killstreaks will be restricted. The ranked mode for example will not allow shotguns and LMgs. It is important to bear that in mind as you plan your loadouts for the big beta launch.

There was a lot of frustration that the play beta mode wasn't available at launch three months ago.  The mode wasn't planned to go live until February 17 and players had to wait with anticipation. Fans have been eager to put their abilities to the test in competitive modes since the game's release, but they'll have to wait a bit longer now.

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Evans I. Karanja is a freelance writer who loves to write about anything technology. He is always on the lookout for interesting topics, and enjoys writing about video games, cryptocurrency and blockchain and more. When not writing, he can be found playing video games or watching F1.