If you’ve played Call of Duty: WWII and you can still recall, you know the might of the V2 Rockets. The V2 Rockets have been a part of several Call of Duty titles starting from the original Call of Duty, Call of Duty 2: Big Red One, Call of Duty: World at War: Final Fronts, Call of Duty: Black Ops, Call of Duty: WWII, and Zombies. While most of these titles mentioned the V2 in campaign mode or had it in some form or the other, the use of V2 Rockets as hidden killstreak first appeared with Call of Duty: WWII multiplayer.
While players would have loved the inclusion of the tactical nuke, the V2 is the next best thing. Historically, the V2 is the first Ballistic Missile used by Germans during the 2nd World War.
Call of Duty: Vanguard is retuning with the V2 Rockets and its use is very much like the Nuke Killstreak. It kills everyone on the map. You can get the V2 Rocket for the cash you have saved in the new mode introduced with the game – Champion Hill.
Once purchased, you can use the V2 Rocket to rid the map of the remaining players, thereby ending the game and securing a win. The cost of saving the cash comes with sacrificed upgrades during the Buy Round. When you have enough cash, you can choose to purchase the killstreak or V2 Rocket.
The Call of Duty Vanguard Alpha will feature the V2, so we do not have to wait much longer to have a look at the rocket and what it can do.
There is much controversy however surrounding the V2, it’s the same that existed with the Nuke streak. Such a weapon in the game does not promote active playing and a lot of players hate the idea of death coming unseen.
The V2 Rocket Killstreak activates instantly and kills everyone on the map when dropped. Thus, ending the match.