Call Of Duty: Vanguard Zombies - Shi No Numa Tips

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Here are some tips for surviving tough rounds on the Shi No Numa map from Call of Duty: Vanguard Season 4.

Launched on June 22, 2022, Call of Duty: Vanguard Season 4 “Mercenaries of Fortune” includes new maps, game types, operators, weaponry, and much more.

With the round-based “Swamp of Death” game mode and the iconic Shi No Numa map, Call of Duty: Vanguard’s fourth season will let players team up and take on waves of undead.

In addition to confirming their appearance in Call of Duty: Vanguard, Activision hinted that Zombies might return to Warzone with the release of season 4.

This survival manual’s goal is to give readers a sense of what to expect from Vanguard’s Shi No Numa map.

Shi No Numa Tips

Below we break down some tips to help you in Vanguard Shi No Numa.

Altar of Covenants

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The road from the Main Hut to the Comm Room building leads to the Altar of Covenants for Shi No Numa. It’s a large, horned altar made of bones.

With the help of Vanguard’s Altar of Covenants feature, you can acquire strong buffs that you can equip as you go through higher rounds. On Vanguard’s objective-style maps, covenants function somewhat differently than they do for Shi No Numa. On Shi No Numa, you receive a Sacrificial Heart item for completing three rounds, as opposed to receiving a heart for completing one objective round on the objective-based maps.

One of three randomized bonuses can be obtained by bringing these Sacrificial Hearts to the Altar of Covenants. You can always switch out or wait for better buffs because the Altar of Covenants’ choices of buffs will vary every three rounds.

A fantastic Covenant to select is Death Blow. Headshots are crucial, especially in higher rounds, and Death Blow is a Covenant that will reward you by adding more bullets to your clip for those crucial kills. When teaming up in co-op, Resurrectionist is a wonderful Covenant option because it gives you the ability to restore allies more quickly.

Get all the perks

The Zombies perk system is the most crucial topic. The perk vending machines that are commonly seen in Treyarch’s Zombies mode don’t resemble Vanguard perks in appearance or functionality. This version of Zombies includes gothic-looking fountains that you can interact with to gain one of the mode’s new benefits to fit Vanguard’s occult themes.

Since the base perks in Vanguard Zombies are free, it’s crucial to claim each one as soon as you find it. In Vanguard, there is no restriction on the number of perks you can have, so feel free to collect them all.

New Dig Site POI

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If you are familiar with the first Shi No Numa, you’ll probably realize that there is a completely new location to discover. Treyarch added the new Dig Site location, which the creator defines as an open area that is ideal for fighting against a sizable horde of zombies. The only roads leading to the Dig Site, which is located just north of the Main Hut, are those leading to the Comm Room and Storage Hut. This is not readily accessible from the Main Hut, where you begin your journey.

The Wunderwaffe returns, but wait to use the Mystery Box

The Wunderwaffe DG-2 Wonder Weapon, which was first seen on Shi No Numa, returns with an improved map. You can construct the weapon thanks to an in-game quest or by using the Mystery Box. Avoid wasting your early points, though, by attempting to remove the Wunderwaffe DG-2 from the box. This Wonder Weapon won’t appear in the Mystery Box until round 10 of the game’s Season 4 patch, according to Treyarch.

Tome of Rituals

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The road leading from the Main Hut to the Fishing Hut is where you can find Shi No Numa’s Tome of Rituals. As soon as you pass beneath the Flogger, you’ll notice it. It appears to be a huge pedestal with hands carrying a luminous book.

Similar to Black Ops Cold War’s skill upgrade levels, the Tome of Rituals’ function enables you to update the equipped artefact in your loadout with new powers. This feature likewise requires the Sacrificial Hearts item. The main distinction from Black Ops Cold War’s version is that these are temporary skill tier unlocks. Every match requires these upgrades.

Wall Buys return, plus Pack-a-Punch changes

The traditional Zombies Wall Buy function, which allows you to purchase a weapon off different walls located across the levels, is absent from Vanguard’s objective maps. Shi No Numa brings back the functionality, but it functions a little differently this time. Weapons now have the potential to evolve as opposed to the streamlined Wall Buys from the original map. On Shi No Numa, starting in round six, Wall Buys will have the opportunity to gain Pack-A-Punch levels every round, with the highest levels reaching level three. This modification is comparable to the “dynamic Wall Buy” upgrades from Black Ops Cold War, which could increase weapon rarity.

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You can improve your weaponry with the Pack-a-Punch machine in addition to the developing Wall Buys. The new Dig Site location houses the Pack-a-Punch machine owned by Shi No Numa. Shi No Numa’s costly Pack-a-Punch upgrades from Vanguard will no longer be available, according to Treyarch. The price for a level one Pack-A-Punch upgrade has been lowered from 7,500 to 5,000 Essence points, bringing it closer to the price for the first weapon upgrade for Zombies.

We hope these Shi No Numa tips are helpful as you play Call of Duty: Vanguard.

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