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Call of Duty: Vanguard Playlist Update: Nov. 29

Call of Duty players now have a host of new match types to choose from thanks to a playlist update earlier this Monday, Nov. 29.
Call of Duty players now have a host of new match types to choose from thanks to a playlist update earlier this Monday, Nov. 29. / Activision

Call of Duty players now have a host of new match types to choose from thanks to a playlist update earlier this Monday, Nov. 29.

The update was announced through the verified Sledgehammer Games Twitter account at 1:27 p.m. ET (10:27 a.m. PT). In the announcement tweet, Sledgehammer specified that the update was meant for Vanguard players. Those playing other Call of Duty titles such as Warzone will not see the following changes occur within their playlist.

Here's the latest update to the modes available in Vanguard heading into early December.

Nov. 29 Call of Duty Vanguard Playlist Update

The new playlist available for Vanguard players includes:

  • Ship Haus 24/7
  • Big Map Blitz
  • Bloodshed
  • Carnage
  • Champion Hill Duos
  • Champion Hill Trios

According to a follow-up tweet posted as a reply by Sledgehammer almost immediately afterward, all Champion Hill matches have been removed for Xbox One and Xbox Series S|X users. This will be the case while the developers investigate a crashing issue within that mode on the platform.

At the time of writing, this issue has not been fixed. DBLTAP cannot confirm when Champion Hill will be restored to Xbox users.

Additionally, Sledgehammer did not mention how long the playlist would be active in their short thread. Given the time between previous updates, however, we can assume this current list will be active for at least a week. The next update date could be as early as Sunday, Dec. 5.