Vanguard M1928 Class

With the launch of Call of Duty: Vanguard came a new single player campaign, new multiplayer maps and modes, and a new Zombies experience. Within MP, the gunsmith now allows you to equip up to ten attachments. With all of the attachments available, making a decision on the right combination can be difficult. This is true of the M1928, a nostalgic weapon from Call of Duty: World at War, the Thompson. You can start using the weapon when you reach level 20 and levelling up your gun will see you unlock more attachments. The M1928 is definitely a fun submachine gun to use in Vanguard and with the best attachments equipped, you can build a class that shreds through enemies at close-quarters.

Already, the gun has a high ammunition capacity and good handling. With 50 bullets per magazine, taking down numerous enemies at once is already an easier task with this gun. As a result, this class will not use a magazine attachment. In addition, you will not be hit with one of the many detriments that using a magazine adds. However, the gun’s biggest downside is the low amount of mobility for an SMG. Thanks to the vast number of attachments available though, you can significantly improve your speed when using the M1928.

 

Call of Duty: Vanguard M1928 class

  • Muzzle: G28 Compensator
  • Barrel: CGC 12” Cooling
  • Underbarrel: M1930 Strife Angled
  • Stock: CGC S Adjustable
  • Rear Grip: Fabric Grip
  • Proficiency: Frenzy
  • Kit: Quick
  • Ammo Type: Lengthened
  • Optic: Slate Reflector

Firstly, the G28 Compensator Muzzle improves the recoil control of the submachine gun. Pairing this with the CGC 12” Cooling Barrel will keep increasing your accuracy as the barrel is highly accurate and controllable, with reduced scope sway and weapon bob. Then, the M1930 Strife Angled Underbarrel adds to your accuracy, aiming stability, and aim walking steadiness.

Keep running and gunning with the M1928

Next, to start boosting your speed, the CGC S Adjustable Stock provides your M1928 class with higher sprint to fire and movement speed. Following this, the Fabric Grip will grant even more sprint to fire speed, aim down sight speed, and hip fire recoil recovery. Additionally, the Quick Kit will make your movement event faster with some extra sprint speed.

The Frenzy Proficiency is a viable option when using a submachine gun. This feature gives you immediate health regeneration after you earn a kill. Therefore, you will be able to get straight back into the action. The 30% extra bullet velocity from the Lengthened Ammunition Type will assist you when you are mowing down enemies at close range. To complete your class, the Slate Reflector is always a reliable choice in the Optic category. It will prove to be useful in taking advantage of the added accuracy that this class provides.

Equally, fans of the old Thompson, or new players, will find the M1928 class an enjoyable weapon to use in Call of Duty: Vanguard. Certainly, if you prefer getting up close and personal it is the perfect weapon to do so. By maximising its speed, you definitely shouldn’t be afraid to adopt an aggressive play style.

Vanguard M1928 Submachine Gun Class

Lauren Sayles
Lauren is a writer and FPS enthusiast. If the game has a gun that you can shoot, she will be occupied for hours!

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