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The Armaguerra 43 is the latest weapon to join Call of Duty: Vanguard in Season Two. It is a submachine gun with many desirable traits such as a fast fire rate. Before you can get your hands on it, you have to complete a challenge in Vanguard or Warzone Pacific to unlock the Armaguerra 43. Then, you can begin levelling up the weapon and unlocking the attachments needed to build the best class setup.

The challenge is not too difficult or time consuming. You are tasked with getting 10 hip-fire kills in a single match 15 times in Vanguard multiplayer or Warzone Pacific. If you prefer to take on the challenge in Vanguard zombies, you will instead have to use a submachine gun to kill 400 enemies frozen by your frost blast.

 

Begin unlocking the Armaguerra 43 in Call of Duty: Vanguard and Warzone Pacific

Although you can complete the challenge with any weapon in Vanguard and Warzone Pacific, we would recommend that you use a submachine gun as it is an effective weapon to earn hip-fire kills. Equipping attachments that improve your hip-fire accuracy and recoil control can help you achieve those all-important kills. In Vanguard multiplayer, you should hop into the Das Haus playlist for increased close-quarters engagements.

In terms of Warzone Pacific, you may find more success in Plunder modes. As you respawn with your loadout in hand, you can keep racking up hip-fire kills. Also, adding stun grenades to your loadout can stop your opponent in their tracks and allow you to get close enough to earn a hip fire kill.

As always, there is an option to purchase an Armaguerra 43 blueprint in Vanguard and Warzone Pacific rather than completing the challenge. The Black Ice bundle contains the submachine gun blueprint along with a bunch of other goodies.

With the Armaguerra 43 unlocked, you can then start building up a class for it. Be sure to check out our class guide on the weapon, which we believe will help you earn those precious wins.

Vanguard and Warzone Pacific how to unlock Armaguerra 43 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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