Call of Duty Vanguard has finally arrived and players are already working their way around the plethora of new multiplayer maps and campaign mode – well, if it doesn’t crash that is. Alongside new maps, Call of Duty Vanguard also comes with default settings. Luckily, for those that played Call of Duty Cold War, you’ll be able to transfer your settings to rejoin the action above your competition.
In this guide, we’ll be looking at the quickest and easiest way to import your Call of Duty Cold War settings into Vanguard. So, let’s get into it.
Importing your Cold War settings into Vanguard
It’ll come as no surprise to hear that many players will be transferring from Cold War to Vanguard. The new title looks fairly polished and offers a tonne of exciting features that lure gamers into its multiplayer mode.
That being said, many players will want to keep their Cold War settings for Vanguard as that’s what they’re used to. Luckily, Vanguard allows you to do this, and the process of importing your Cold War settings into Vanguard couldn’t be easier.
Importing your settings into Call of Duty Vanguard:
- Start by selecting the ‘Accounts & Networks’ tab.
- Once selected, you’ll see an option to import your settings.
- Simply select the settings from Cold War and hit ‘import‘
It couldn’t be easier. The feature has been developed right into the game, allowing you to easily swap over settings from previous games. While the game seems to be fairly buggy right now, features like this really do add up to make a great FPS title.
Remember, as the two games use different engines, some of the settings may need a slight tweak. However, for the most part, all settings should be as they were in Cold War.
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