Call of Duty: Vanguard: How to Change Calling Card

Customize your Vanguard profile by following this guide.

by Elliott Gatica
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Call of Duty: Vanguard is the latest hit in the FPS genre. It’s also a game that a majority of the players play online. Since games in general have focused a lot more on personalization nowadays, people are going to want to deck out their characters (or Operators for this game) as well as personalize their profiles for maximum uniqueness.

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Something that has been a staple of the series since Modern Warfare 2 from 2009 were Calling Cards. These Calling Cards displayed a banner with a graphic on them as well as having a title, usually achieved by hitting certain milestones in the game. It was also a means of showing off these dedicated feats, gauging a player’s skill in some cases too. Here is how to do that in Vanguard.

How to change your calling card in Call of Duty: Vanguard

In order to change your calling card in the game, you have to either pick Zombies or Multiplayer. Once in either of the modes, check the tabs on the top of the screen and make your way to the Barracks selection. Click the customization option.

There, you can change or edit your clan tag, your actual calling card, the frame for the card, emblems, emotes and sprays, and player titles. There is a lot of personalization, so you can really go all out.


You will be unlocking more of everything the further you progress. This includes leveling up your Operators and completing their masteries. Doing so will reward you with all sorts of goodies to decorate your profile with.

It’s recommended to pick different Operators to complete more challenges. Not only will you unlock more profile customization, but you’ll also get Operator specific quips, XP boosts, and more.

Call of Duty: Vanguard is out now for PlayStation 4 and 5, Xbox One and Series S/X, and PC via You can check out additional content for the game by clicking here.

About The Author

Elliott is a passionate gamer who has dipped his feet into basically every genre there is. He has a soft spot for fighters, shooters, and action RPGs though. Catch him throwing hands once the new iterations of Tekken, Street Fighter, and Mortal Kombat come out.