The Bren LMG can cause some serious pain to its targets with the right attachments, Perks, and equipment, so here’s the best Bren Loadout in Warzone Pacific Season 3.
Warzone Pacific’s Bren LMG is an extremely powerful weapon that was once immensely popular because of its great range, low recoil, as well as its impressive amount of ammo, and firepower.
The weapon has fallen under favor after receiving nerfs, but you can still make it into a deadly killing machine in Warzone Pacific Season 3 with the right attachments, Perks, and equipment.
Here’s the best Warzone Pacific Season 3 Bren LMG loadout.
Best Warzone Bren loadout
Best Warzone Bren loadout attachments
- Muzzle: MX Silencer
- Barrel: Queen’s 705mm Royal
- Optic: SVT-40 PU Scope 3-6x
- Stock: Queen’s Model 11 BH
- Underbarrel: m1941 Hand Stop
- Magazine: 6.5 Sakura 40 Round Mags
- Ammo Type: Lengthened
- Rear Grip: Polymer Grip
- Perk: Tight Grip
- Perk 2: Fully Loaded
We’ll start off this Warzone Bren loadout by equipping the MX Silencer muzzle and Queen’s 705m Royal barrel to boost the weapon’s bullet velocity, recoil control, and accuracy, while also providing you with sound suppression.
Next, we’ll equip the Queen’s Model 11 BH stock, m1941 Hand Stop underbarrel, and Polymer Grip to bring the weapon’s recoil under control, allowing for greater precision. You can then use the SVT-40 PU Scope 3-6x optic to pick off enemies at medium range.
Coming to our choice of ammo, we went with the 6.5 Sakura 40 Round Mags to ensure that the weapon has plenty of ammo to eliminate multiple opponents, and the Lengthened ammo type ensures maximum bullet velocity.
The Tight Grip Perk will help you hit your shots, while Fully Loaded ensures you have full ammo when you grab your loadout.
Best Bren Perks and equipment
- Perk 1: E.O.D
- Perk 2: Overkill
- Perk 3: Amped
- Lethal Equipment: Semtex
- Tactical Equipment: Stim
Enemies will frequently throw Grenades and Thermites your way during combat, so we recommend equipping E.O.D as your first Perk to help you tank explosive damage.
It’s best to pair this weapon with a close-range SMG, like the Owen Gun, so pick Overkill to select two primary weapons. Amped will allow you to swap between your two weapons quicker during different combat situations.
In terms of equipment, you should keep a Semtex as your Lethal in order to deal explosive damage to multiple foes, and the Stim tactical will give you a health boost when you find yourself overwhelmed.
How to unlock the Bren in Vanguard and Warzone Pacific
To unlock the Bren, you must reach Level 53 in Vanguard and Warzone Pacific. Since this is just two levels off the max, it will take some serious grinding to get there.
Having the Bren available to you in Vanguard to put together this loadout is quite useful, be sure to hop into some games and play extremely well until you reach the required level.
Best alternatives to the Bren in Vanguard
The Bren is a slow-firing, heavy LMG, so if you’re looking for something faster then we recommend trying out the Automaton in Warzone Pacific, as its rate of fire will offer a drastic change from the Bren.
For more Warzone content, check out everything we know about Warzone 2 and JGOD explains why Warzone’s Operation Monarch event “flopped”.
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How to turn off crossplay in Warzone & Vanguard: PlayStation, Xbox & PC
Here’s what you need to do in order to turn off Call of Duty’s crossplay functionality in Vanguard and Warzone Pacific Season 4 Reloaded.
While playing Call of Duty with your friends on different platforms can be fun, there is a risk of you encountering hackers and cheaters even after the launch of RICOCHET. You can avoid that by using our guide to turn off crossplay in Vanguard & Warzone Pacific Season 4 Reloaded.
Crossplay in Vanguard and Warzone is a feature that connects players across all platforms through an “Activision Account.” Players who do not opt-in to this system will be unable to play cross-platform across PlayStation, Xbox, and PC.
If you do have an Activision Account, you will be automatically entered into the crossplay player pool by default. If you feel like this isn’t for you, and you want the option to disable this, then follow our quick and easy guide.
- How to turn off crossplay for Vanguard
- How to turn off Warzone crossplay
- Why turn off crossplay for Vangaurd & Warzone?
- Why should I keep crossplay on?
How to turn off crossplay for Vanguard
- Log into Vanguard Multiplayer
- Navigate to ‘Settings’
- Go to the ‘Account & Network’ tab
- Change Crossplay from ‘On’ to ‘Off’
How to turn off Warzone crossplay
- Log into Warzone
- Go to the ‘Options’ section
- Navigate to the ‘Account’ tab
- Change Crossplay from ‘Enabled’ to ‘Disabled’
Once crossplay is disabled, you’ll only matchmake against players on your native platform. You can toggle crossplay back on at any time. We especially recommend having it on while queuing for Warzone.
Why turn off crossplay for Vangaurd & Warzone?
The main reason to turn off Warzone crossplay is to avoid cheaters and hackers. If you’re a console-only player, you might run into a few from the PC platform. While RICOCHET has helped significantly reduce the number of hackers, running into a cheater can still occur with some cheat providers refusing to back down.
We strongly recommend keeping crossplay on to ensure the queue times stay short, we also understand that running into cheaters is not fun.
Unfortunately, if you’re on PC, turning off crossplay will significantly increase your matchmaking times. We do not recommend turning off crossplay unless you are on a console.
Why should I keep crossplay on?
If you’re wondering why you should keep crossplay on – first and foremost, interconnectivity. With crossplay enabled, you can play with Call of Duty friends on other platforms. If this is off, players on other platforms won’t be able to join your sessions and you won’t be able to join them.
Secondly, matchmaking times will be impacted if you turn off crossplay. More so on PC than other platforms, but the matchmaking pool you enter into on console will be against players with no Activision ID and other players who have turned off crossplay.
Lastly, you’ll be entered into a more narrow pool of players, so this could also have a negative impact on your ping. Overall though, you should still be thrown into the best available games.
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FaZe Jev slams unfair Warzone Skynet camo that players “could not grind for”
Call of Duty YouTuber FaZe Jev slammed Warzone’s Titanium Trials camo, explaining how it’s unfair that players couldn’t grind for it.
Warzone’s Skynet camo is one of Call of Duty’s toughest-ever grinds, where players need 20 wins in Titanium Trials. However, YouTuber FaZe Jev has slammed the camo grind, saying it’s unfair how players “literally could not grind for it.”
FaZe Jev is known for going above and beyond with these camo grinds every year, but was brutally honest in how unimpressed he is with Warzone’s Skynet camo, explaining that it’s unfair that it’s something a portion of the player base simply couldn’t grind for.
Titanium Trials arrived with Warzone’s Terminator crossover, bringing challenges for the most-skilled players such as winning 20 games to unlock the Skynet camo. However, Jev doesn’t feel skill is a major factor in unlocking it, as the grind is only possible for players with a full squad.
Titanium Trials was Quads only, but a Duos version is set to arrive halfway through the event with the August 18 playlist update. Jev still isn’t impressed though, asking, “How about people who don’t feel like squading up? How about people that can just go and get the f***ing camo?”
Skynet “is gonna forever have that stain on it where it’s not a thing of like ‘look how hard I grinded for this,’ it’s a thing of ‘look how hard I grinded for this while other people couldn’t grind for it. Like literally could not grind for it,'” he explained.
“I don’t really look at Skynet like ‘damn, that’s really impressive that they got that,’ it’s more of a ‘oh that’s the camo that literally a portion of the entire player base couldn’t even begin to unlock.'”
Perhaps the Titanium Trials Duos mode will be much more forgiving to Solo players than Quads, but there are only a few days left as Season 5 is set to arrive on Wednesday, August 24.
Image Credit: FaZe Jev
When is Warzone Pacific Season 5? Season 4 end date, leaked weapons & Operators, more
Here’s everything we know about Warzone Pacific’s Season 5 update including its expected release date and content.
Warzone Pacific Season 4 Reloaded is in full swing, but players are looking forward to what’s to come in Season 5. Here’s when Season 4 is set to end, as well as Season 5’s expected content.
Call of Duty: Vanguard and Warzone Pacific are now in their fourth season, with each update bringing major changes to multiplayer, Zombies, and battle royale. Warzone Season 4 and its Fortune’s Keep map have been extremely well received, but players are always looking toward what’s next.
Warzone Pacific Season 4 Reloaded, the mid-season update, then came along to introduce even more content. Season 5 will be up after, so here’s everything we know about Warzone Season 5, including its release date and expected content.
- Expected Warzone Pacific Season 5 release date
- Warzone Pacific Season 5 expected content
- Warzone Pacific Season 5 leaked weapons
- Warzone Pacific Season 5 Umbrella Academy crossover leaked
- Classic CoD villains coming to Warzone Pacific Season 5?
Expected Warzone Pacific Season 5 release date
Warzone Pacific Season 4 is set to end on Wednesday, August 24, and we expect Season 5 to arrive immediately after.
The date hasn’t been officially revealed by Raven Software but, assuming there are no delays, the season should begin on August 24. Stay tuned, as we’ll update this piece when a date has been officially confirmed.
Warzone Pacific Season 5 expected content
Although none of Warzone Pacific Season 5’s content has been revealed, we can use previous seasons to hazard a pretty accurate guess of what to expect.
Using Vanguard’s seasons as a guide, here’s everything we expect to see in Warzone Season 5:
- Season 5 Battle Pass
- New Operators
- New weapons
- Seasonal event with challenges and free rewards
- New and returning game modes
- Map updates (Caldera, Rebirth Island, and/or Fortune’s Keep)
- Major weapon buffs and nerfs
- Quality of life updates
Warzone Pacific Season 5 leaked weapons
Although Raven still hasn’t offered any clues as to what is coming in Warzone Season 5, leakers may have revealed the new weapons set to debut ahead of time.
Known CoD leaker Reality tweeted on July 27 claiming that two new weapons called the “EX1 (EM1) and RA 225” will be added, along with an unnamed melee weapon.
Unfortunately, they couldn’t find any more information on what types of guns these will be. Based on the name EX1, many players felt this could be Advanced Warfare’s EM1 or Black Ops Cold War’s EM2.
We’ll have to wait and see if this leak turns out to be accurate and if the developers are bringing an old favorite into Warzone Season 5.
Warzone Pacific Season 5 Umbrella Academy crossover leaked
According to Reality, there will be two Umbrella Academy bundles for players to purchase, named after two assassins that feature in the series; the “Hazel Bundle,” and the “Cha-Cha Bundle.”
Both are expected to be stacked with weapon Blueprints, as well as skins of both time-travelers, most likely with their signature bunny masks. They also claimed that anyone who buys both of the bundles before September 30 will also receive “an exclusive Legendary KG M40 Blueprint, a Legendary Weapon Charm, and a Legendary Calling Card.”
Based on this leak, it doesn’t appear that main characters like Number 5 or Luther will feature, but more will likely be revealed in the run-up to Warzone Season 5.
Classic CoD villains coming to Warzone Pacific Season 5?
Another leak that has circulated in recent weeks is that, since Season 5 is likely the last before Warzone 2, a number of classic villains from CoD history will arrive as Operators.
Again, Reality discovered the names of the old foes in the files of the Season 4 Reloaded update, indicating that there are plans to bring the characters back.
The leaked villains expected to return in Warzone Season 5 are:
- Raul Menendez (Black Ops 2)
- Gabriel Rorke (Ghosts)
- Khaled Al Asad (CoD 4 and Modern Warfare 2019)
- Seraph (Black Ops 3 and 4)
And that’s everything we know about Warzone Pacific Season 5 so far! We’ll be sure to keep this piece updated as more about the next season gets revealed.
If you’re more into the multiplayer side of Call of Duty, be sure to check out everything we know about Vanguard Season 5.
Image Credit: Activision
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