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COD: WW2 - All Basic Training Perks

Unlock all Basic Training perks in Call of Duty: World War 2 to build the best loadout.

The traditional Call of Duty Create-a-Class is gone from COD: WW2, but the Basic Training system will look very familiar to Call of Duty veterans. You can take one Basic Training with any Division in Call of Duty: World War 2, and they offer similar benefits to perks from previous games. The COD: WW2 beta gave us a look at 10 Basic Training perks to build your loadout in Call of Duty: World War 2. Basic Training has changed since the E2 build, so we can expect to see more changes to the system when COD: WW2 launches on November 3rd. We will update this list of all Basic Training perks in COD: WW2 as new perks are released or changed.

All COD: WW2 Basic Training Perks

Launched - Take a launcher as a secondary weapon.

Launched
Launched

Lookout - Enemy targets appear from further away, and increased mini-map coverage.

Lookout
Lookout

Forage - Resupply bullets from killed enemies, and swap weapons faster.

Forage
Forage

Hustle - Reload faster and while sprinting.

Rifleman - Take two primary weapons, and swap weapons faster.

Rifleman
Rifleman

Duelist - Take two attachments on secondary weapons.

Gunslinger - Fire guns while sprinting and diving.

Gunslinger
Gunslinger

Espionage - Enemy scorestreaks and enemies you damage appear on mini-map.

Espionage
Espionage

Requisitions - Scorestreaks do not reset on death, but cost more and can only be earned once.

Requisitions
Requisitions

Bang - Take extra Tactical and Mk 2 Fragmentation Lethal.

Bang
Bang

Be sure to check back often for changes to the Basic Training in COD: WW2. You can also brush up on the Division system, which will compliment your loadout and add more perks in Call of Duty: World War 2. The beta may not look the same as it did this past weekend, find out what is changing in Call of Duty: World War 2.

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