The gradual integration between Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War and Warzone has begun. This entails that players who play both the games can use weapons from both the titles in Warzone. So we have guns from the 1980s in a Battle Royale set in 2020.
Naturally, the choice of weapon demands some scrutiny and thinking. The game mechanic, time to kill, and attachments also change with each title. For example, Black Ops Cold War weapons will not have the fan-favorite Monolithic Suppressor. Therefore, bullet velocity and damage over range are going to be a problem.
Also, with Rebirth island on the Warzone playlist, players need to be high in mobility and momentum to keep up with the instant gunfight situation.
Read on to find out the top 5 weapon loadouts that we think will dominate the first season of Black Ops Cold War and Warzone. The weapons mentioned in this article come after the dreaded DMR meta nerf.
The new Battle Pass sub-machine gun will come first because it is insane in every sense. It is followed by four more overpowered weapons. The Mac-10 is better than the MP5 as an up-close and personal weapon. The effective damage range is low, but once you wield the weapon in tight situations, you will see why it’s broken enough already.
These weapon loadouts should help you see the difference between the MW standard and BOCW meta. Warzone will change more and more with time, and leveling up the guns will reveal more effective attachments.
For Perks we prefer E.O.D, Overkill, and Amped. As for the secondary weapon, mix between all the weapons mentioned above. For best results with the Tundra, keep an assault rifle like AUG or Krig 6 handy.
Until then, happy dropping into ‘Rebirth of Verdansk!’ this new season.