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Best Vanguard PPSH loadout for Warzone Pacific Caldera

Here are the attachments and perks you need to use to make the best PPSH loadout in Warzone Pacific Caldera.

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The PPSH is still a dominant SMG in Warzone Pacific. Here’s every attachment and perk you should be using to build the best PPSH loadout in Warzone.

Warzone Pacific changes the iconic Battle Royale in a number of ways. The biggest change, of course, is the new Caldera BR map. However, the second biggest change might be the loadout gunsmith.

Before the Pacific update, Warzone players could only equip a limited number of attachments to a single weapon. This meant players would have to pick and choose which attachments were most important.

However, with Warzone Pacific’s gunsmith, players can equip all 10 different attachments and perks. Here are the best attachments and perks for the Vanguard PPSH in Warzone Pacific.

Best Warzone Pacific PPSH-41 loadout

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The PPSH-41 is a fantastic Mid to close-range SMG. It has a quick TTK and can be used in place of an AR if need be. This build emphasizes its great mid-range performance while cutting back on recoil.

  • Muzzle: Mercury Silencer
  • Barrel: Empress 140mm Rapid
  • Optic: Slate Reflector
  • Stock: Empress Custom
  • Underbarrel: Carver Foregrip
  • Magazine: 7.62mm Gorenko Rounds
  • Ammunition: Lengthened
  • Rear Grip: Stippled Grip
  • Perk: Steady
  • Perk 2: Quick

The PPSH has an incredibly fast rate of fire which is why many of the attachments and perks are geared towards stability. The Mercury Silencer, Slate Reflector, Carver Foregrip, and Stippled Grip will all help you stay on target.

Players will also want to use the 7.62mm Gorenko 71 Rounds magazine attachment, as this will allow you to sustain fire for a prolonged period and finish off multiple enemies with one clip.

The Empress 140mm Rapid barrel will increase the weapon’s damage range, which is vital when you find yourself using the weapon at medium ranges. The Empress Custom stock will also increase the PPSH’s mobility and stability, along with the Steady and Quick perks.

Best Perks and equipment to use with the PPSH-41

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  • Perk 1: Double Time
  • Perk 2: Overkill
  • Perk 3: Amped
  • Primary (Overkill): Bren
  • Lethal: Molotov
  • Tactical: Flash

As the PPSH-41 is a close-range weapon, you’ll want to be fast on your feet and get up-close and personal with enemies which Double Time definitely helps with.

For the second Perk, You’re going to want to run Overkill. This allows you to run another primary weapon to which we suggest the Bren LMG to make up for the lack of range with the PPSH-41.

Lastly, we have the Amped Perk. This will allow you to switch weapons fast and efficiently so that you can switch between both the PPSH-41 for close range and the LMG for long.

As for equipment, we’ve gone for the Molotov and Flash Grenade. The Molotov is great for getting players out of corners and dominant positions, while the Flash can turn the tide of a fight by blinding the enemy.

How to unlock the PPSH-41 in Warzone Pacific

Vanguard PPSH-41 SMG

Players can unlock the Vanguard PPSH-41 by reaching Level 51 in Vanguard’s Multiplayer or Warzone Pacific. Once you reach this level in either game, it will be available to use in both.

This will require some grinding to get to, so check out our guide on how to level up fast in Vanguard.

Alternatives to the PPSH-41 in Warzone Pacific

If you’re looking for an alternative to the Vanguard PPSH-41 in Warzone Pacific, you can obviously use the Cold War variation of the weapon.

However, if you’re playing Vanguard Royale and only want to use Vanguard weapons, give the Automaton and MP40 a go, as they both serve as great close and medium-ranged options.


That’s all for the best Vanguard PPSH-41 loadout for Warzone Pacific. For more, be sure to check out which classic WaW map players have found on Caldera.

Image Credits: Raven Software/ Sledgehammer Games/ Activision

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When is Warzone Pacific Season 2? Season 1 end date

Here’s everything we know about Warzone Pacific’s Season 2 update, including its release date and expected content.

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Call of Duty: Warzone Pacific will soon be receiving another massive content drop with Season 2, so here’s everything we know including its release date and content.

Warzone underwent a major change with the Pacific update, receiving all of Vanguard’s weapons on an entirely new map – Caldera. Now that the Festive Fervor event is over and the mid-season update is live, players are looking forward to what’s next.

Here’s everything we know about the upcoming Warzone Pacific Season 2 update, including its release date, time, and the content we expect to see.

Warzone Pacific Season 1 end date

Vanguard and Warzone Pacific Season 1

We’ve now had the mid-season update for Warzone Pacific Season 1, with the season set to end on February 1, 2022. However, with the start date for Season 2 delayed, the Season 1 Battle Pass may be extended to coincide with the start of the new season.

Once we know exactly when the Vanguard Season 1 Battle Pass expires, we’ll update this section but be sure to unlock as many tiers as you can for the time being.

Warzone Pacific Season 2 release date & time

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An announcement from the Call of Duty Twitter page has revealed that Warzone Pacific Season 2 has been delayed from February 1, 2022, to February 14, 2022.

Large Warzone updates are usually set live at 9 PM PT / 12 AM ET / 5 AM GMT, but Raven Software will confirm it nearer to the time.

What’s included in Warzone Pacific Season 2?

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Neither Activision nor Raven Software has revealed what will be included in Season 2, but previous seasons can give us an educated guess.

Here’s everything we expect to arrive in Warzone Pacific Season 2:

  • New weapons
  • New Operators
  • Minor map changes
  • New game modes
  • Themed-event with challenges & rewards
  • Significant weapon balance updates & bug fixes

Of course, this is currently just speculation, but these are all usually included in a new Warzone season’s content drop.


Stay tuned to Charlie INTEL, as Activision and Raven Software will soon reveal what they have in store for Season 2 and beyond!

Be sure to check out everything we know about CoD 2022 in the meantime, which is expected to be a sequel to 2019’s Modern Warfare.

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How much money does Warzone make?

Call of Duty: Warzone is one of the most popular battle royale games out there, so how much money does it bring in?

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Microsoft is set to acquire Call of Duty’s publisher Activision Blizzard for a whopping $70 billion, so how much money does Warzone bring in?

It’s no secret that Warzone is a money-making machine for publisher Activision Blizzard (soon to be Microsoft). Free-to-play battle royale games have remained as popular as ever, and Call of Duty: Warzone is one of the biggest there is.

With a new Battle Pass each season and an in-game store full of cosmetics such as Operator skins and weapon Blueprints, Warzone more than makes up for its free-to-play model.

Microsoft announced that they’re set to buy Activision Blizzard for almost $70 billion which begs the question, just how much money does Call of Duty: Warzone make?

How much money has Warzone made?

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There’s no way of knowing how much money Warzone has made overall, but it’s reportedly somewhere in the region of $4 billion across 2020 and 2021.

SuperData, a now-shutdown game market intelligence company, reported that Warzone and Modern Warfare made around $1.93 billion in 2020, and NetBet estimates that Warzone makes around $1.9 billion a year. This puts Warzone’s total earnings across 2020 and 2021 at around $4 billion US Dollars.

Fortnite reportedly makes Epic Games a similar amount, bringing in around $1.8 billion a year, and $4.9 million a day.

How much money does Warzone make in a day?

Warzone players firing weapons in Pacific Caldera

NetBet breaks down Warzone’s earnings even further, reporting that Warzone makes Activision $5.2 million a day, which is over $3,600 a minute.

Social media can give the impression that Warzone is “dying” because of its numerous bugs and glitches, but the numbers tell a completely different story. Players are still purchasing a ton of CoD Points and cosmetic bundles, earning Activision around $60 a second.

This doesn’t even bring Vanguard, Cold War, and CoD: Mobile sales, which will likely bring the amount to be staggeringly higher.


For more Call of Duty, you can check out everything we know about CoD 2022, and whether CoD will stay on PlayStation after Microsoft takes over.

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Warzone hackers bring flying cars to Caldera

Warzone’s infamous flying car exploit is back with a vengeance as hackers revived the hated cheat and brought it to Caldera.

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After first appearing in Verdansk, hackers have brought flying cars to Warzone Pacific with an exploit that is being dubbed the “Harry Potter glitch.”

Although the RICOCHET anti-cheat has weeded out a significant number of hackers, running into players who abuse cheats in Warzone can still occur from time to time. The latest exploit that is running rampant across Warzone Pacific is one that gives vehicles the ability to fly.

Warzone players will be familiar with this particular exploit as it first appeared in Verdansk before players moved to Caldera. Now the flying cars are back to frustrate players who are simply trying to enjoy Warzone as intended.

Warzone Pacific vehicles

After clips of hackers with damage disabled warmed the hearts of Warzone players earlier in the week, it seems the balance has been restored as hackers have found a way to score a point for their team.

To make matters worse, the flying car cheat looks much easier to control this time around. In the previous installment control over the flying vehicle seemed to be an issue but in Caldera, this isn’t the case.

As seen in the video above, a squad of players can easily take down targets from the advantageous position granted by the flying car. When combined with cheats for aiming, the flying car becomes an unstoppable force that makes hackers impossible to kill.

This is the latest issue that is currently making the game unplayable for Warzone players. Luckily, Raven Software were quick to act to remove the previous iteration of flying cars from Warzone.

Although Raven has yet to respond to the new version of this classic exploit, hopefully, a quick fix is in the works so players won’t have to look to the sky in frustration much longer.


For more Warzone Pacific news check out how to turn off crossplay in Vanguard & Warzone Pacific.

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