How to unlock the Rat-A-Tat weapon blueprint in Vanguard and Warzone
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The Call of Duty: Vanguard beta test has come to an end after one weekend, but it will ramp back up next weekend. This time, all platforms will be able to join in on the multiplayer experience for the first time. While doing so, players can learn Vanguard’s mechanics and tinker with the various elements of the game. However, they can also unlock a weapon blueprint, named Rat-A-Tat, that’s usable in Warzone and Vanguard when it launches.

This has become a common trend for Call of Duty betas. Players must reach a certain requirement to earn a specific reward that other players might not have. The Rat-A-Tat blueprint is the latest of these rewards. Of course, it won’t be usable until Vanguard launches, and that pertains to Warzone as well. Fans can find out what they need to do to unlock the Rat-A-Tat blueprint below.

Unlocking the Rat-A-Tat blueprint in Vanguard

Players can unlock the blueprint by reaching Level 20 in the Vanguard beta. This goes for all platforms, but PlayStation players will have an advantage, as they had an extra weekend, to level up their account. However, Xbox and PC players can get early access to this upcoming weekend by pre-ordering any edition of Vanguard.

The Message of the Day in Call of Duty: Vanguard states the following about the Rat-A-Tat blueprint:

“Reach Level 20 in the Call of Duty: Vanguard beta and receive a new Blueprint at launch. Immediately access the Rat-A-Tat Assault Rifle Blueprint in Vanguard on Nov. 5. Plus, equip the Rat-A-Tat Blueprint for the new Warzone map.”

So, it appears that players will have to wait until The Pacific Warzone map launches to use it in the battle royale. However, when Vanguard launches, players can use it immediately. There’s no word on what assault rifle Rat-A-Tat is for, but it looks like it’s the STG-44.

Reaching Level 20 will take some time in the beta. However, as long as players devote enough time, they’ll reach the threshold.

Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 6+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.