Call of Duty Vanguard includes a variety of multiplayer maps, with some being dominantly close quarters and others requiring some accurate long-range rifles like the STG44. For those mid to long-range gunfights, you’ll want to rock a rifle like the STG44 that does a lot of damage with good precision. In this guide, we’ll take a look at a solid Call of Duty Vanguard STG44 loadout and class setup.
The Call of Duty Vanguard STG44 loadout and weapon attachments below provide some nice accuracy and control, making the weapon even more of a laser beam at a distance. This guide is more for newer players who don’t know what to use, meaning you may disagree with our picks, and that’s okay.
Call of Duty Vanguard STG44 loadout and class setup
- Muzzle – Recoil Booster
- Barrel – VDD 760MM 05B
- Underbarrel – Carver Foregrip
- Magazine – 7.62 Gorenko 30 Round Mags
- Ammo – FMJ Rounds
- Optic – Krausnick IS02M
- Stock – VDD 34S Weighted
- Grip – Pine Tar Grip
- Proficiency – Sleight of Hand
- Kit – Surplus
First, we’ll add some fire rate with the Recoil Boost Muzzle and then utilize the Carver Foregrip to add some recoil control. The VDD 760MM barrel adds excellent accuracy and control when scoping, which is noticeable on a long-range weapon like the STG44. We’ll get some movement speed penalties from the barrel, but nothing too problematic.
For the magazine and bullets, we’ll be rocking with the 7.62 Gorenko 30 Round Mags for some mobility and FMJ Bullets for more bullet penetration through walls. We’ll also put on the Pine Tar Grip for some more recoil control. Finally, we have the VDD 34S Weighted Stock for more stability, recoil control, accuracy, and flinch resistance.
Now, in terms of optics, it is really up to your preference. The Krausnick IS02M is a slightly larger iron sight, which is quite nice and doesn’t take up much of the screen. Lastly, the weapon perks we like on this are Sleight of Hand for better recoil and Surplus for the bonus experience on kill.
Use whatever you feel comfortable with, such as the default Ratt pistol, for a secondary weapon. The default perks are also fine, but switch it up to whatever suits your playstyle.
For lethal and tactical equipment, you’ll probably want to go with something like a Frag Grenade and, of course, the Stim for added health regen.