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Call of Duty Vanguard Volk class, best attachments, and more

Here is the Call of Duty Vanguard Volk loadout you should be running to tame this unwieldy assault rifle in multiplayer.

Vanguard Volk class: the Volk assault rifle

 Call of Duty Vanguard is no longer supported with additional content or significant updates, and players have largely moved on to more recent releases. Nevertheless, Vanguard’s multiplayer is still available and this Volk loadout is usable.

The Volkssturmgewehr, meaning ‘people’s storm rifle,’ is a late-Second World War weapon which was developed during the final years of the conflict. In Call of Duty Vanguard, the hard-to-pronounce AR returned, more colloquially known as the Volk so players could spend less time ballsing-up pronunciation, and more time mowing down enemies with the Vanguard Volk class featured in this guide. This beefy and fast-firing weapon was certainly up there as one of the top ARs, and dare we say it, was even one of the best Vanguard guns.

As they say: with great fire rate comes great recoil, and with the Volk there was no exception. This unwieldy beast needed to be kitted out for control.

Vanguard Volk class

The best CoD Vanguard Volk loadout was:

  • Muzzle: F8 Stabilizer
  • Barrel: Krausnick 428mm 05V
  • Optic: Krausnick ISO3V
  • Stock: Krausnick S12V
  • Underbarrel: Carver Foregrip
  • Magazine: 8mm Kurz 60 Round Drums
  • Ammo Type: Lengthened
  • Rear Grip: Rubber Grip
  • Proficiency: Sleight of Hand
  • Kit: Fully Loaded

With this Vanguard Volk class in hand, you could dish out the DPS on any map thanks to the solid fire rate, letting you laser down your enemies with ease.

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With stability and recoil control being the name of the game, it should have come as no surprise that the best Vanguard Volk build had attachments to bolster those stats. The F8 Stabilizer, Krausnick 428mm 05V, Krausnick S12V, Carver Foregrip, and Rubber Grip all served to turn the Volk into an absolute beamer.

As far as optics were concerned, we weren’t precious about any particular sight, so you could largely just go for what you felt most comfortable with. The Krausnick ISO3V iron sights for the ADS speed were a strong choice, as was the G16 2.5x for those who preferred long-range gunfights. Generally speaking, short-to-medium-range optics were preferable.

The 8mm Kurz 60 Round Drums gave you plenty of ammo to burn through, with Lengthened rounds amping up the bullet velocity. Of course, with such large magazines, it made sense to take the Sleight of Hand proficiency, with Fully Loaded in the kit slot to help ensure you never ran out of ammo.

And with that, you had the Vanguard Volk class up and running. If it wasn’t for you, then perhaps the STG44 Vanguard class was more your style.