Call of Duty Vanguard has finally arrived and we've got everything you need to make your purchase right here.
To help you decide which edition to pick up, here's our breakdown of everything that's up for grabs with this year's game.
Call of Duty Vanguard Editions
There is three Call of Duty Vanguard editions to choose from which include the Standard Edition, Ultimate Edition, and even a cross-gen bundle.
Pre-ordering any of the three versions gave you access to some in-game bonuses like the Frontline Weapons Pack, Arthur Kingsley operator, and a Mastercraft Blueprint for Black Ops Cold War and Warzone.
The cross-gen bundle includes an extra five hours of 2WXP so, if you're looking to get ahead of your competition, this may be the edition to go for.
In terms of the Ultimate Edition, well it has a lot more to offer but comes at a more expensive price.
Call of Duty Vanguard Standard Edition
This edition is unsurprisingly the cheapest, coming in at around $60, and will probably be the way to go for most people.
If you'd prefer to own a digital version, then you can also pick up the game via the Playstation Store, Xbox Store, or Battlenet.
Call of Duty Vanguard Cross-Gen Edition
This version has been designed for people who want the option to play the latest game on both the current and next-gen consoles.
With that being said, the Standard Edition will still be backward compatible, however, it won't be the next-gen version of the game.
At around $70, it's slightly more expensive than the standard version but could be the way to go if you're planning on upgrading your current-gen console soon.
Call of Duty Vanguard Ultimate Edition
Coming in at around $100, this is the biggest Call of Duty Vanguard bundle on offer but, for the additional cost, you get a few more benefits.
With this version you get Vanguard Battle Pass Bundle and the Task Force One Pack, the latter of which contains new operator skins, weapons blueprints, and more.
So, if you're serious about Call of Duty, then this is the way to go.