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Call of Duty: Vanguard

Boston Breach has added Vivid to its line-up

And Capsidal will be moved to be a substitute.

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Ahead of the imminently starting Call of Duty League Major IV, the Boston Breach franchise has announced that it has made a few different changes to its active line-up. This includes seeing Kenyen "Capsidal" Sutton being moved to the substitute slot, all to make way for the new addition of the former Florida Mutineers player Reece "Vivid" Drost.

As part of the announcement, the Breach has stated that "Kenyen remains a part of our long-term plan in the CDL." However it seems like Vivid has been brought on to help the team make a last Major push toward securing a spot at the Call of Duty Championship Weekend, which will be held in early August, shortly after the conclusion of Major IV.

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