The Frosted Glass COD Vanguard and Warzone Weapon Blueprints have been the talk of the town as one of the best submachineguns in the game. In our guide we’ll show you how to get both the Frosted Glass variants.
Blueprints have always dominated the arsenals ever since they were introduced into the Call of Duty franchise. One such blueprint in Call of Duty Vanguard and Call of Duty Warzone Pacific that has been the talk of the town due to its lethal functionality is the Frosted Glass Blueprint which is a Legendary submachine gun which will mow down enemies rapidly.
On this guide, we’ll teach you how to get the Frosted Glass Blueprint as well as its other variant, the Night Frosted Glass, for yourself. You’ll learn all about what makes these guns great, what their stats are, and the attachments used for them. We’ll also teach you how to equip blueprints to your guns in case you’re new.
How to Get Frosted Glass COD Vanguard and Warzone Weapon Blueprints
To add some background, the Frosted Glass blueprint is based on the PPSH-41. While the Night Frosted Glass blueprint as the MP-40 as its base weapon. They are submachineguns featured in the Season 1 of COD Vanguard and Call of Duty Warzone Pacific.
If you haven’t unlocked the PPSH-41, you’re going to have to unlock it first before you can use any of the blueprints available. To unlock the PPSH-41 you’ll have to reach level 51 first.
Requirements for unlocking the MP-40 is much more merciful. You simply have to be level 16 to add the weapon to your arsenal. You can then equip any blueprints you’ve earned regardless of your progress with the weapon.
Once you’ve secured all that, you can now work towards earning the Frosted Glass and Night Frosted Glass Blueprints.
To get these two blueprints, you’ll have to earn them by progressing the Battle Pass in Season 1 of Call of Duty Warzone Pacific and Call of Duty Vanguard.
Frosted Glass Blueprint Attachments
The Frosted Glass blueprint uses the PPSH-41 as its base weapon. This is a submachinegun on the legendary tier that will mow down any enemy that stands in your way.
For its muzzle attachment, the Frosted Glass is equipped with a Recoil Booster. It is known to have virtually almost no recoil and a fast rate of fire.
The barrel is equipped with an Empress 140mm Rapid and uses the Monocular Reflector for optics. It features the Empress S12P for its stock and you’ll find a Carver Foregrip on the Underbarrel.
Frosted Glass is equipped with the 8mm Nambu 71 Round Mags which allows it to fire for longer periods of time without needing to reload. You’ll find Hollow Point bullets being used as ammunition in those mags. For its rear grip, you’ll find the Frosted Glass using a Rubber Grip.
Frosted Glass will use Tight Grip for its Proficiency and Fully Loaded for its Kit.
In case you don’t earn the Frosted Glass blueprint in Call of Duty Vanguard and Warzone Pacific, you can use any of the attachments above as reference.
Empress 140mm Rapid
8mm Nambu 71 Round Mags
Bear in mind that you’ll have to level up the PPSH-41 in order to earn the respective attachments mentioned above. Having the Frosted Glass blueprint allows you to bypass the need to level it to get the attachments you need.
Night Frosted Glass Blueprint Attachments
The Night Frosted Glass blueprint uses the MP-40 as its base weapon. This is also a Legendary variant of the above which will also mow down enemies in record flat.
The Night Frosted Glass is a more silent version of the above with its M1929 Silencer attached to its muzzle. The barrel is a Krausnick 317MM 04B and the stock is VDD 34M Padded.
You’ll find M1941 Hand Stop on its Underbarrel with a Grooved Grip at its rear.
The Night Frosted Glass features the 7.62 Gorenko 32 Round Mags for its magazine attachments with Subsonic ammuntion in them.
Night Frosted Glass uses the Unmarked Proficiency and Reach Kit.
Krausnick 3117mm 04B
VDD 34m Padded
M1941 Hand Stop
7.62 Gorenko 32 Round Mags
Like the above, in case you don’t earn the Night Frosted Glass blueprint you can use the above for reference as to what attachments to use. You’ll also have to level up the MP-40 to get any of the respective attachments above as well.
How to get Blueprints in COD Vanguard and COD Warzone Pacific
There are two ways to get blueprints in COD Vanguard and COD Warzone Pacific.
First, you progress through the Season 1 Battle Pass. While it also offers free items, you won’t be able to earn everything it offers unless you purchase the battle pass with real life money.
The other way to earn blueprints is by completing challenges. Go to Multiplayer Missions then check you Challenges. Some of the rewards you’ll get for finishing these challenges are weapon blueprints.
How to Use Blueprints in COD Vanguard and COD Warzone Pacific
Once you earn a blueprint, you can equip it on any respective weapon. You first have to go to the Weapons tab and select Edit Loadouts. We’re going to have to make a custom loadout in order to use the blueprints you have.
When you’ve selected the loadout slot you want your blueprint weapon to be in, you have to cycle through the weapons and find the one you want. Weapons that have blueprints available to equip should have an arrow facing the right which you can select.
Once you go to that arrow, you’ll be prompted to go to the Armory. This is where you’ll be asked to select what weapon blueprint you want to equip for that specific weapon.
If you don’t know what blueprints you have, you can actually check this by going to the Weapons tab and going down to the Armory tab. A list of the blueprints you’ve earned for each weapon category should show for you.
And now you know how to get the Frosted Glass as well as its Night Frosted Glass variant. Thanks for reading our Frosted Glass COD Vanguard and Warzone Weapon Blueprints guide, for more on Call of Duty Vanguard, check our other content.