In Call of Duty: Vanguard Zombies, alliances provide fascinating new opportunities to gain new skills and bonuses that help you fight the living dead. Similar to the Vanguard Zombie s perks are alliances obtained through the altar of the covenants, upgradeable additions to their equipment that offer a number of benefits from an increase in the damage to a faster revival.

In contrast to perks, allies are not bought with their usual points. Instead, they have to fulfill goals to obtain sacrificial hearts, and they can exchange this new currency on the altar of the covenants.

So what do you do, how many can you get and what happens when you update them? Well, we are at your disposal to answer all your questions about Vanguard Zombies allies – and since it is a new mechanics, we assume that there are many of them! Here you will find all the information required in one place.

Covenants of the Vanguard Zombies

There are 11 Covenants of Vanguard Zombies :

Bloodrausch
Resurrection artist
Brain red
Kryofrost
death shock
Ammunition Gremlin
Totgenau
splashfest
Unholy floor
Kill the weak
Mother Lode

Each covenant can be upgraded, but some have more evaluation levels than others. We will update this guide with further information as soon as we have it.

You can only perform only three alliances at the same time, so it is crucial to select the right ones for you. To help you with the selection, here are the capabilities of the Vanguard Zombie Alliance:

Bloodrausch

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In Vanguard Zombies Bloodloug lies melee attacks do more damage and heal you.

Resurrection artist

Resurrectionist behaves similar to the old Quick Revive Perk and allows you to revive allies faster.

Brain red

Brain Red gives you the opportunity to direct enemies to your side, similar to the munition type in Black Ops Cold was zombies.

Kryofrost

In Vanguard, the jokes of Cryofreeze gives you the chance to slow down enemies. Again, this is a similar ammunition effect from the Cold War.

Deathsheet

At Death Blow, critical kills bring balls back into the clip so that stacking critical kills can mean that they need not reload for a very long time.

Ammunition Gremlin

In Vanguard Zombies, Ammo Gremlin automatically fills stowed weapons from stock ammunition. This means that you do not have to worry about the next weapon change if your second weapon is charged or not.

Totgenau

With Dead Accurate, successive hits cause more damage to the same enemy. That sounds incredibly helpful when it comes to greater enemies that have a lot of health.

Spray

Splatter resistant sounds like a scream. Through explosions Killed enemies can also explode themselves and add even more damage to the zombies around them.

Unholy soil

With Unholy Ground you add more damage in the stand. Find a cozy corner and enjoy elevated damage without having to race and shoot.

Kill the weak

Cull The Weak lets you slow down or stunned opponents in Vanguard Zombies more harm.

Mother Lode

The use of Mother Lode gives you the opportunity to keep equipment after use.

Avantgarde Zombies Alliance Upgrades

We still need to find out what additional effects you get from any upgrade of your Vanguard Zombie Covenants, but all can be improved during a game in some form at the altar of the covenants.

Each covenant will have another number of upgrade levels. Overall, according to Treyarch 32 there are different alliance variants, but we do not currently know how they split on the 11 basic alliance.

These are all information we have at the moment about alliances and their skills in Vanguard Zombies. When it comes to selecting the best, it may be worth seeing which work well with your preferred vanguard zombies artifact to get the most out of the three permitted alliances.