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Best Loadout To Use In Season 6 Of Warzone

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Here’s the best loadout to use in Call Of Duty: Warzone Season 6.

Mobility & accuracy are at the forefront of any great Warzone loadout, and the meta is always centered around the absolute best weapons you can use that showcase skill while also being reliable and fun. For Season 6, we’ll be using a MP5/Kilo 141 hybrid loadout. Next to the weapon notes will be some possible changes, depending on your playstyle.

Kilo 141

For this weapon, we’re going to be focusing on a medium-weight, high-accuracy build. The Kilo is the best AR in Warzone at long ranges at the time of writing. Here’s the full loadout:

  • Monolithic Suppressor (Muzzle) – An absolute necessity in Warzone. You will have extended range and will not be seen on radars.
  • Singuard Arms 19.8′ Prowler (Barrel) – A heavier barrel, yet crucial for hitting shots at longer ranges.
  • VLK 3.0 (Optic) – Ideal for Medium/Long distance shots, where the gun excels. If you prefer to strictly engage at medium ranges, you can swap this out for a holo sight. Professional players prefer to use the Blue Dot reticle for maximum accuracy and a crisp view in the sight.
  • Commando Foregrip (Underbarrel) – Simply put, this is the best foregrip for spraying Assault Rifles. As you fire for longer periods, the weapon steadies and gives you more control over the spray with this foregrip.
  • 60 Round Mags – The difference between 50 and 60 round mags is massive for ammo count, however, there seems to be a misconception among players that 50 round mags are better for movement speed. Simply put, the movement speed is not affected and the ADS speed difference is negligible.

To see this weapon in action, here’s pro player “Symfuhny” using it.

MP5

The MP5 is the premiere “tryhard” gun, with plenty of range and mobility. It’s easy to control, fun to use and has a high skill ceiling when combined with well-timed movements.

  • Monolithic Integral Suppressor (Barrel) – This suppressor/barrel hybrid is superior to the monolithic suppressor in every category, giving you slightly more range and mobility over the muzzle.
  • Merc Foregrip (Underbarrel) – Superior accuracy when firing from the hip and additional recoil control help when you’re up close with the enemy and need to pop shots fast.
  • FTAC Collapsable (Stock) – This stock makes the MP5 feel nearly weightless, at the cost of recoil control while aiming down sights. While this may sound like a huge con, as long as you get the hang of controlling the weapon, you can react lightning fast in fast-paced combat.
  • Sleight Of Hand (Perk) – Faster reloading when in-between targets/fights. You can swap this out with a grip tape, however, sleight of hand is very useful when you’re out of ammo.
  • 45 Round Mags – In Warzone, players have lots of HP when fully armored up. You could use the 30 round 10mm rounds, but the damage boost will not be helpful in the bigger picture when engaging a squad.

Perks & Equipment

  • EOD – Explosive protection. Comes in handy vs RPG’s and other explosives. (Unless directly hit)
  • Overkill – Run 2 weapons. (Note: Have a separate Ghost loadout so you can swap the perk at a later loadout drop.)
  • Amped – Swap weapons and pull out equipment faster. Reload rocket launchers faster.
  • Semtex – C4’s were drastically nerfed in Season 5, making the Semtex a must use.
  • Heartbeat Sensor – See enemies in your proximity who are not using Ghost. You can swap this piece with a stun grenade if you feel confident.

That’ll be it for this loadout! Feel free to swap whatever attachments you feel don’t fit your playstyle, but overall this is the average setup you’ll find higher skilled players using.

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Warzone will reportedly get NVIDIA DLSS support with Season 3

NVIDIA DLSS could bring new technology and support for PC players in Warzone.

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A new email being sent by NVIDIA to as part of their newsletter claims that DLSS support for Call of Duty: Warzone is coming up.

The email, which is sent to those subscribed to NVIDIA’s newsletter, states that Warzone will receive DLSS support starting on April 22.

April 22 is the expected date for Season 3 patch update for Call of Duty: Warzone.

A picture of the email was shared on Twitter by user @LeonardoLeal.

Only the subject line of the email reveals the details: “Warzone DLSS Launching 4/22.” No where else in the email is Warzone’s support of DLSS mentioned, nor is it on NVIDIA’s website.

DLSS, or NVIDIA DLSS (Deep Learning Super Sampling), is a new feature that NVIDIA launched alongside their recent graphic cards to up the performance of games through AI rendering technology.

The NVIDIA site describes it as a “is groundbreaking AI rendering technology that increases graphics performance using dedicated Tensor Core AI processors on GeForce RTX™ GPUs. DLSS taps into the power of a deep learning neural network to boost frame rates and generate beautiful, sharp images for your games.”

Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War does support NVIDIA DLSS, and the company mentioned support for Warzone was coming soon.

Here’s a video of DLSS running on Black Ops Cold War and the difference it brings:

Raven Software teased first information on the Season 3 changes in a Twitter thread this week, stating that Warzone will see changes including weapon updates, Roze skin changes, and more to be announced.

As of now, neither NVIDIA or Activision have confirmed DLSS support is set for April 22 beyond this one email. We have reached out for a comment.

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Warzone devs preview Season 3 changes: Roze Skin update, FFAR & Sykov nerf, and more

Big changes previewed for Warzone Season 3 including FFAR & Sykov nerfs.

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Raven Software has dropped a preview of some changes coming to Call of Duty: Warzone with the Season 3 update.

The studio responded to a big Twitter thread by YouTuber CourageJD. Courage dropped a list of major changes he wants to see to bring Warzone back to a better place, especially with a lot of the fan complaints.

Raven Software replied to CourageJD’s thread with a preview of some of the changes the studio is making to Call of Duty: Warzone soon, including many coming with Season 3 update on April 22.

Warzone Season 3 Updates

  • An adjustment to Roze
  • A significant balance pass to weapons such as the Tac Rifle Charlie, M16, FFAR 1, and Sykov
  • Fix for MW weapon perks + sniper glint
  • Change to how you acquire the RC-XD

Many of the changes listed above are some of the big complaints players have had over the last few months in Warzone. Roze skin having almost an invisibility look in the dark has been big for players, and Raven has finally acknowledged that.

The latest weapon addition for Warzone, the Sykov Pistol from the Modern Warfare universe, was added on April 15 and instantly became overpowered. Raven now confirms a nerf is coming for it.

The studio also told Courage that they want to “reassure” fans that all feedback is being read around Warzone.

More Surprises To Come

Raven has promised in another tweet that there are more “surprises” in store for Season 3 that will be announced with the update.

Other changes expected for Season 3 is a revamp of Verdansk map, which will see the map be transported and rebuilt for the 1980s Black Ops Cold War era.

Season 3 of Call of Duty: Warzone is set to being on April 22, with an initial event teased for April 21 starting at 12PM PT. Exact launch times for the new content will be announced soon.

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Game-breaking Warzone glitch is turning players invincible

A new game-breaking glitch is turning Warzone players invincible, where not even a Finishing Move can take them down.

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A “God Mode” glitch has been plaguing Warzone since the April 15 update, which seemingly causing random players to become invincible.

Warzone players have long been taking advantage of exploits to become invisible, as well as hide in rooftops and walls around Verdansk. A new glitch that has cropped up after the April 15 update is now turning players invincible.

Although the over-powered new Sykov Pistol and the Radiation Zones turning players into Zombies has been what’s on Warzone players’ minds, a game-breaking new glitch has been ruining matches in the background.

It appears that this bizarre new bug is turning Warzone players invincible.

Reddit user SCAR020 shared footage of them fighting an invincible player. No matter how many bullets, rockets, or grenades SCAR020’s squad hit them with, they seemingly take no damage.

Rather than the bullets not connecting, the hit markers still appear but the enemy is otherwise unaffected. To top it off, the invincible player even survives an execution.

SCAR020 isn’t alone in encountering this bug, as the CODWarzone subreddit has seen several players reporting the same issue. Reddit user gremah93 also shared a similar clip in which they get infinite hit markers on the opponent, and even perform a Finishing Move, to no effect.

It’s unknown if this bug is caused by a purposeful exploit like the Loadout Drop invincibility or helicopter invisibility, or it’s randomly happening to innocent players.

Some users have suggested the issue is caused by lag, but these invincible players consistently surviving Finishing Moves have led the community to believe otherwise.

Raven Software are yet to acknowledge the issue, but they were quick to disable the helicopters and patch the latest Stim Glitch, so if this bug continues to plague Warzone, it’s likely to be quickly addressed.

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