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The best Warzone guns right now that rule the meta

The best Warzone weapons are an interesting mix of assault rifles, SMGs, snipers, and even LMGs. They all have one thing in common. According to various fans and supporters, this weapon will help you win. With Modern Warfare, Cold War, and Vanguard all added, Call of Duty Warzone certainly has plenty of weapons to choose from, but they all have one thing in common. everything List of the best Warzone weapons. they are guns everyone say good

Obviously, updates and changes always affect weapon balance and meta, so if the developer decides to tweak the stats, everyone’s favorite weapon could instantly lose its luster. It’s also worth noting that while these weapons are considered the absolute top tier, they often depend on your playstyle in terms of clicks. Not to mention how many loadout tweaks can change things. Most of these weapons can be great at a basic level, but the Shredder Monsters you often see in YouTube videos have very specific attachments to adjust their strength. So experiment, play, try and see what works. Because if you understand correctly, you will know.

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Kar98k

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Kar98k is a long lasting classic from the early days of Warzone and the days of Modern Warfare that has yet to be beaten. This sniper rifle combines power and speed with the right scope (ADS) to create an incredibly versatile weapon with an incredible range of combinations. It’s obviously not the best head-to-toe choice (some people might not), but using it with an SMG to cover up this option means you have a great combo for many occasions.

The thing to remember here is that while this bolt-action rifle will likely be used as a sniper rifle, it lacks the mile-long range a true sniper has. Increasing range drops a lot of damage and bullets, so it’s best to play at “close” range and rely on your one-shot kill potential if used well.

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MP40

Call of Duty Vanguard Best Weapon Pistol

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It feels like no shot can happen without the MP40 being powerful, and Warzone is no exception. With the addition of the Pacific Caldera and all new Vanguard guns, the MP40 has become a highly regarded short-range submachine gun that can cover distance as effectively as space.

Just like the STG44, we’ve put together a full page of Warzone’s best MP40 loadout options, along with advice on attachments, gear, secondary weapons, and more.

Bren

Warzone's best weapon

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Bren is a beast, but it is a difficult animal to handle. It is a slow, heavy weapon that is lethal at medium and long range. You can ignite it as an element of surprise, especially when you meet someone. If you can handle some pretty fierce recoil, here’s a quick kill time and a magazine size that will keep you on fire.

Putting Bren into combat means turning mobility and AR-level rate of fire into sustained, high damage thanks to the magazine and the overall punch it provides. You’ll need to build up your gear to tame recoil and lose accuracy, but a good location allows Bren to subdue enemies before they even have time to take cover.

AK-47 (Cold War)

Warzone's best weapon

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The Cold War version of the AK-47 should be chosen because it has a slightly higher rate of fire and maneuverability than the Modern Warfare version. The once odd recoil was tamed in the post-debut update, but still has the knack. In return, it offers decent kill times and good maneuverability, making it a good option for medium and long range assault rifles. There are attachments that can take you closer to the SMG of a melee rush attack, or attachments that are available as a slower, heavier hitting option to suit longer range ranges.

Swiss K31

Best sniper rifle in Warzone

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The Swiss K31 did not initially have the best start in Warzone and was similar to the Kar98k, but inferior in every way. It initially scored lower in almost all categories when comparing the two, but has since been updated and tweaked to make it a popular sniper option. This is due to the good aiming speed, improved stability, good mobility, and decent rate of fire for bolt-action rifles to help you find your target. It also has low recoil for when you need a follow-up shot. The downside is that headshots are still lethal, but do slightly less damage elsewhere than other options in this category. But it’s still a great long-distance option.

wellgun

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Welgun is one of those Warzone options that is almost done before we add it. It’s a weird hybrid weapon that’s heavy for an SMG but not well suited for AR, and is great for close and medium range combat. The rate of fire isn’t really high enough to excel at close range, and the accuracy degrades at longer distances. . You can build to compensate for these two extremes, but when you get to the sweet spot in the absolute mid-range, [chef’s kiss]. Check out Warzone Welgun Loadouts to better understand what this weapon can do.

automatic

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With the right attachments, the Automaton becomes a laser in accuracy, but even without damage, rate of fire and control, it’s a great option. What sets this device apart is the quality (control) of the latter. All you need is some tweaks to the mount, accuracy and recoil. It’s not the most powerful or fastest fire in its class, but it’s very easy to aim and fire, making it a reliable and popular choice.

cooper carabiner

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Like the Welgun, the Cooper Carbine is an almost hybrid weapon that sits between an SMG and an assault rifle. This means you get good rate of fire and mobility with a decent damage level. that It’s the most lethal AR in terms of its damage, but when combined with its rate of fire, it’s an easy-to-control weapon that can easily subdue enemies. If you can’t handle recoil, it’s AR best used at mid to long range, if not at the other end of its range. Check out our guide to learn more about how to best set up your Warzone Cooper Carbine.

Owen Gunn

Warzone's best weapon

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Owen Gun is always a popular and reliable choice thanks to its good kill times. It has decent damage…good recoil, and good maneuverability, making it a weapon that kills quickly from close quarters and has some mid-space potential depending on loadout. However, you will need to spend some time leveling up and unlocking attachments that actually sing. Many swear by it completely. It’s also equipped with the Owen Gun, so if you don’t click it right away, keep using it until you unlock the load option later.


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The best Warzone guns right now that rule the meta

The best Warzone guns are an interesting mix of assault rifles, SMG, snipers and even an LMG that all have one thing in common – they help you win, if their various fans and supporters are to be believed. There are obviously a lot of weapons you can pick from in Call of Duty Warzone thanks to Modern Warfare, Cold War and Vanguard all adding to the mix, but the choices we have here all share something in common: these are almost ubiquitous across all the best Warzone gun lists. These are the guns everyone says are good. 
Obviously updates and changes are always affecting gun balance and meta, meaning everyone’s fave weapon can lose it’s shine in an instant if the developers decide to tweak a stat. It’s also worth noting that, often, while these weapons are considered the absolute top tier, it will all vary on your playstyle as to what clicks. Not to mention how much loadout tweaks can change things. A lot of these weapons might be good at a base level but the shredding monsters you often see in YouTube videos have very specific attachments to tune their strength. So experiment, play around and try things out to see what works for you, because when you get it right, you’ll know. 
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Kar98k

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The Kar98k is a long running classic from the start of Warzone and its Modern Warfare days that’s yet to be beaten. This marksman rifle combines power and speed, with a decent aim down sight (ADS) to make an incredibly versatile weapon at a surprising mix of ranges. It’s obviously not the best option toe to toe (although some people pull it off) but teamed up with an SMG to cover that option means you’ll have a great combination that will cover a lot of eventualities. 
The thing to remember here is that while you’ll probably play this bolt action rifle as a sniper rifle, it’s lacks the miles and miles of range a true sniper has. There’s a lot of damage and bullet drop off when you push its reach so you’re best playing it at a ‘close’ long range, and counting on its potential for one shot kills when used well.
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MP40

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It feels like no shooter can pass without the MP40 being a powerhouse, and Warzone is no exception. With the integration of the Pacific Caldera and all the new Vanguard guns, the MP40 has become a highly-praised short-to-medium range SMG capable of clearing distances just as effectively as it clears rooms.
Just like with the STG44, we actually put together a whole page on some Warzone best MP40 loadout options, with advice on attachments, equipment, secondary weapons and more. 
Bren

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The Bren is an beast but an unwieldy one. It’s a slow, heavy gun to use but lethal at medium to long ranges. Especially if you can get the drop on someone and start laying down fire with the element of surprise. If you can master a fairly savage recoil there’s a fast time to kill here and a magazine size that will let you keep the fire on.   
Taking a Bren into battle means trading your mobility and an AR level fire rate for sustained, high damage thanks to that magazine and and the general punch this thing packs. You’ll have to build a loadout around taming the recoil and loose accuracy but well set up, a Bren can end an opposing player before they’ve had time to reach cover. 
AK-47 (Cold War)

(Image credit: Activision )
You’ll want to go for the Cold War version of the AK-47 over the Modern Warfare one thanks to it’s slightly higher fire rate and mobility. It’s once strange recoil has been tamed in post debut updates, although there’s still a knack to it. In return you’ll get a decent time to kill and some good mobility, making this a great mid to long range assault rifle option. It’s versatile too, with attachments that can push it into almost SMG territories of close range rush attacks, or towards slower, heavier hitting options that play well to the longer reaches of its range. 
Swiss K31

(Image credit: Activision)
The Swiss K31 didn’t get the best start in Warzone initially, appearing similar but inferior in every way to the Kar98k. While comparing the two initially showed lower stats in almost every category, it’s since been updated and tweaked to become a popular sniper option. That’s due some good aim down sights speed to help you find your targets, boosted stability, good mobility, and a decent fire rate for a bolt action rifle. It’s also got some low recoil if you’re going to need some follow up shots. The trade off is that while headshots are still lethal, you’ll do a little less damage elsewhere compared to other options in this category. It’s still a great ranged option though.
Welgun

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The Welgun is one of those Warzone options that’s almost good to go as is, before you add anything. It’s a strange hybrid weapon that feels too heavy for an SMG but not quite an AR, and perfect for close/mid range battles – the fire rate isn’t quite high enough to excel at really tight ranges, and the accuracy suffers at longer distances. You can build it out to help it compensate for both those extremes but get in that absolute mid distance sweet spot and it’s [chef’s kiss]. Check out our Warzone Welgun loadouts to get a better idea of what this gun can do. 
Automaton

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With the right attachments the Automaton is a laser when it comes to accuracy, although even with nothing on its damage, fire rate and control make it a great option. It’s the latter characteristic – control – that makes this one stand out. you only need a couple of attachment tweaks to the accuracy and recoil and this thing feels rock solid and capable of hitting anything. It’s not the most powerful, or fastest firing of it’s class, but the fact that it’s so easy to point and shoot makes it’s a dependable and popular choice. 
Cooper Carbine

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The Cooper Carbine, like the Welgun, is an almost hybrid weapon, coming in somewhere between an SMG and an assault rifle. That means you get a good fire rate and mobility with a decent level of damage – it’s not the most deadly AR in terms of that damage but combined with the rate of fire it makes for an easy to control weapon that can clear opponents with ease. It’s an AR that’s best played at medium to long range, although maybe not at the farther ends of that space unless you can deal with the recoil. You can find out more about how best to set up the Warzone Cooper Carbine with our guide. 
Owen Gun

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The Owen Gun is always a popular dependable choice thanks to its good time to kill. It’s got decent damage and… okay-ish recoil as well as good mobility that combine to make it a weapon that kills fast at close ranges, with some potential into the medium space depending on how you kit it out. That said, you will have to spend some time with it to level it up and unlock the attachments that really make it sing. A lot of people swear by a fully kitted out Owen Gun as well, so try and stick with it until you unlock some later loadout options if it’s not clicking straight away. 

#Warzone #guns #rule #meta

The best Warzone guns right now that rule the meta

The best Warzone guns are an interesting mix of assault rifles, SMG, snipers and even an LMG that all have one thing in common – they help you win, if their various fans and supporters are to be believed. There are obviously a lot of weapons you can pick from in Call of Duty Warzone thanks to Modern Warfare, Cold War and Vanguard all adding to the mix, but the choices we have here all share something in common: these are almost ubiquitous across all the best Warzone gun lists. These are the guns everyone says are good. 
Obviously updates and changes are always affecting gun balance and meta, meaning everyone’s fave weapon can lose it’s shine in an instant if the developers decide to tweak a stat. It’s also worth noting that, often, while these weapons are considered the absolute top tier, it will all vary on your playstyle as to what clicks. Not to mention how much loadout tweaks can change things. A lot of these weapons might be good at a base level but the shredding monsters you often see in YouTube videos have very specific attachments to tune their strength. So experiment, play around and try things out to see what works for you, because when you get it right, you’ll know. 
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Kar98k

(Image credit: Activision)
The Kar98k is a long running classic from the start of Warzone and its Modern Warfare days that’s yet to be beaten. This marksman rifle combines power and speed, with a decent aim down sight (ADS) to make an incredibly versatile weapon at a surprising mix of ranges. It’s obviously not the best option toe to toe (although some people pull it off) but teamed up with an SMG to cover that option means you’ll have a great combination that will cover a lot of eventualities. 
The thing to remember here is that while you’ll probably play this bolt action rifle as a sniper rifle, it’s lacks the miles and miles of range a true sniper has. There’s a lot of damage and bullet drop off when you push its reach so you’re best playing it at a ‘close’ long range, and counting on its potential for one shot kills when used well.
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MP40

(Image credit: Activision)
It feels like no shooter can pass without the MP40 being a powerhouse, and Warzone is no exception. With the integration of the Pacific Caldera and all the new Vanguard guns, the MP40 has become a highly-praised short-to-medium range SMG capable of clearing distances just as effectively as it clears rooms.
Just like with the STG44, we actually put together a whole page on some Warzone best MP40 loadout options, with advice on attachments, equipment, secondary weapons and more. 
Bren

(Image credit: Activision )
The Bren is an beast but an unwieldy one. It’s a slow, heavy gun to use but lethal at medium to long ranges. Especially if you can get the drop on someone and start laying down fire with the element of surprise. If you can master a fairly savage recoil there’s a fast time to kill here and a magazine size that will let you keep the fire on.   
Taking a Bren into battle means trading your mobility and an AR level fire rate for sustained, high damage thanks to that magazine and and the general punch this thing packs. You’ll have to build a loadout around taming the recoil and loose accuracy but well set up, a Bren can end an opposing player before they’ve had time to reach cover. 
AK-47 (Cold War)

(Image credit: Activision )
You’ll want to go for the Cold War version of the AK-47 over the Modern Warfare one thanks to it’s slightly higher fire rate and mobility. It’s once strange recoil has been tamed in post debut updates, although there’s still a knack to it. In return you’ll get a decent time to kill and some good mobility, making this a great mid to long range assault rifle option. It’s versatile too, with attachments that can push it into almost SMG territories of close range rush attacks, or towards slower, heavier hitting options that play well to the longer reaches of its range. 
Swiss K31

(Image credit: Activision)
The Swiss K31 didn’t get the best start in Warzone initially, appearing similar but inferior in every way to the Kar98k. While comparing the two initially showed lower stats in almost every category, it’s since been updated and tweaked to become a popular sniper option. That’s due some good aim down sights speed to help you find your targets, boosted stability, good mobility, and a decent fire rate for a bolt action rifle. It’s also got some low recoil if you’re going to need some follow up shots. The trade off is that while headshots are still lethal, you’ll do a little less damage elsewhere compared to other options in this category. It’s still a great ranged option though.
Welgun

(Image credit: Activision)
The Welgun is one of those Warzone options that’s almost good to go as is, before you add anything. It’s a strange hybrid weapon that feels too heavy for an SMG but not quite an AR, and perfect for close/mid range battles – the fire rate isn’t quite high enough to excel at really tight ranges, and the accuracy suffers at longer distances. You can build it out to help it compensate for both those extremes but get in that absolute mid distance sweet spot and it’s [chef’s kiss]. Check out our Warzone Welgun loadouts to get a better idea of what this gun can do. 
Automaton

(Image credit: Activision)
With the right attachments the Automaton is a laser when it comes to accuracy, although even with nothing on its damage, fire rate and control make it a great option. It’s the latter characteristic – control – that makes this one stand out. you only need a couple of attachment tweaks to the accuracy and recoil and this thing feels rock solid and capable of hitting anything. It’s not the most powerful, or fastest firing of it’s class, but the fact that it’s so easy to point and shoot makes it’s a dependable and popular choice. 
Cooper Carbine

(Image credit: Activision)
The Cooper Carbine, like the Welgun, is an almost hybrid weapon, coming in somewhere between an SMG and an assault rifle. That means you get a good fire rate and mobility with a decent level of damage – it’s not the most deadly AR in terms of that damage but combined with the rate of fire it makes for an easy to control weapon that can clear opponents with ease. It’s an AR that’s best played at medium to long range, although maybe not at the farther ends of that space unless you can deal with the recoil. You can find out more about how best to set up the Warzone Cooper Carbine with our guide. 
Owen Gun

(Image credit: Activision )
The Owen Gun is always a popular dependable choice thanks to its good time to kill. It’s got decent damage and… okay-ish recoil as well as good mobility that combine to make it a weapon that kills fast at close ranges, with some potential into the medium space depending on how you kit it out. That said, you will have to spend some time with it to level it up and unlock the attachments that really make it sing. A lot of people swear by a fully kitted out Owen Gun as well, so try and stick with it until you unlock some later loadout options if it’s not clicking straight away. 

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