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Vanguard player gets record 33-second V2 Rocket with game’s most broken loadout

This Vanguard player showcases just how deadly the Combat Shotgun is by earning the fastest V2 Rocket to date.

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A Vanguard player has set a new record for the world’s quickest V2 Rocket nuke using Combat Shotgun, one of the most broken weapons in Call of Duty history.

Calling in a V2 Rocket is an exhilarating Vanguard experience. Unfortunately, it isn’t exactly a simple challenge to complete. It takes a lot of skill and a little bit of luck, unless you’re using the Combat Shotgun.

Although most players have had positive things to say about Vanguard’s Multiplayer, a lot of talks have focused on how some weapons feel unbalanced. This largely comes down to the fast TTK and the ability to equip a weapon with ten attachments.

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Vanguard has more overpowered weapons at launch than any other Call of Duty game. From two-shot Assault Rifles, Pistols, and Submachine Guns, to the lethal Combat Shotgun, there are many devastating options.

In this clip, we see Vanguard player Zexafy utilize the Combat Shotgun to absolutely abuse the close-quarters nature of Das Haus. The terrifying sequence results in a new world record for the fastest V2 Rocket earned in Vanguard.

The Combat Shotgun class setup seen in the clip is meant to maximize speed and firepower. Thanks to the Lightweight Perk and the Quick Kit weapon attachment, you’ll be able to move at maximum speed, and hipfire will do the rest of the work for you.

If you’re looking to produce an equally stunning display, have a look at our suggestion for the best Combat Shotgun loadout. The Combat Shotgun is unlocked at Level 14, making it one of the most accessible weapons in the game.

Vanguard has certainly delivered a massive amount of issues at launch. While the devs have fixed some like the broken camo challenges , other issues like the Search & Destroy bomb glitch continue to plague Vanguard players.

Image Credit: Sledgehammer Games / Activision