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Best Bruen Mk9 loadout for CoD Warzone Season 1

The Bruen Mk9 is one of the best primary weapons you can run in Warzone Season 1. Here are the best attachments and perks to use with it.



Warzone Bruen Mk9

The Bruen Mk9 LMG made a triumphant return to the Warzone meta in Season 1, so here are the best attachments and perks to dominate Verdansk and Rebirth Island with this LMG.

The Bruen Mk9 dominated Warzone in Seasons 4 and 5, mainly because it hits extremely hard. It’s not the most accurate weapon you can carry in Warzone, but if even a few shots connect, the enemy won’t know what’s hit them.

Since the DMR and Type 63 were nerfed, there is much more room for variety with weapon choices. If you want to run one of the best weapons, you can’t go wrong with the Bruen Mk9.

Use these attachments and perks with this LMG and you’ll be running one of the best possible loadouts in Call of Duty’s battle royale.

Best Bruen Mk9 Warzone loadout

Bruen Mk9 in Warzone gunsmith
  • Muzzle: Monolithic Suppressor
  • Barrel: XRK Summit 26.8″
  • Laser: Tac Laser
  • Optic: Corp Combat Holo Sight
  • Ammunition: 60 Round Mags

This Bruen Mk9 is built for damage at medium to long-range with some adjustments for extra mobility.

The Monolithic Suppressor is an essential attachment for Warzone as it keeps you hidden from the minimap while vastly increasing the weapon’s damage over range. If you manage to mount the Bruen with this suppressor, you’ll be able to wipe a team before they even know where they’re getting hit from.

To further increase its range, you should also add the XRK Summit 26.8″ Barrel. This will further increase the Bruen’s damage over distance, as well as boost its bullet velocity to make it easier to hit moving targets.

These attachments slow down the weapon significantly, so to remove the agonizing wait to aim down sight, we’ve added the Tac Laser. This speeds up its ADS time, as well as helping to improve accuracy in general.

Warzone Bruen Mk9

For optics, it’s really down to personal preference, although the iron sights are unfortunately quite obtrusive. We favor the holographic sight, but the VLK 3.0x Optic is also very strong if you’re looking for better accuracy at range.

To vastly improve the Bruen’s mobility, the 60 Round Mags are essential. You won’t have to helplessly wait for your Operator to load a new belt, instead, you’ll change out the mag as simple as reloading any Assault Rifle.

If you run these attachments on the Bruen Mk9, watch as bullets fly towards the enemy, and all of a sudden their armor will crack and you’ll have instantly scored the elimination.

Best perks to use with Warzone Bruen Mk9

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Perk 1 – E.O.D

Almost every competitive Warzone player runs E.O.D as their first perk. This allows you to survive a bombardment of explosive damage, which is essential in battle royale squads.

With E.O.D, even if you get stuck by a Semtex, you can tank it.

Perk 2 – Overkill then Ghost

As the Bruen is a medium-long range weapon, you’ll need to carry something for fighting up close. Overkill will allow you to take an SMG of your choice (we’d recommend the MAC-10) alongside the Bruen.

Then get the Ghost perk from your next loadout and you’ll have all the weapons and perks you need to score a win.

Perk 3 – Amped

Even though we’ve upped the mobility on this Bruen, it’s still a heavy LMG. This means that weapon swapping will be painfully slow, which can often be the difference between a win and a loss. Amped vastly increases weapon swap speed, meaning you can stay in the fight without delay.

Run these attachments and perks with your Bruen Mk9 and you’ll be a menace in almost any situation Warzone throws at you.

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New invisibility glitch found in Warzone Season 2

It seems that the invisibility glitch has returned to Warzone, and one player has showcased this in a clip.



Warzone SEason 2

The invisibility glitch has returned to Call of Duty: Warzone, and is ruining the game for players by making their opponents completely undetectable to the naked eye.

Call of Duty fans have a lot of new content to explore in Warzone Season 2, as the map has gone through a few changes, and we’ve seen the addition of brand new weapons. However, most game updates tend to be plagued with bugs, and this isn’t an exception.

It seems that the infamous invisibility glitch has return to the title yet again, as some fans have reported getting killed by enemies that they couldn’t see. Getting killed by a ghost can be particularly frustrating, and this problem is plaguing a few players.

Warzone Season 2

Warzone invisibility glitch returns

Glitches are often a mixed bag, as they can either be really fun or incredibly irritating. Warzone players mostly experience the latter when dealing with the invisibility bug which makes opponents completely undetectable to the naked eye.

Reddit user unvowed posted a clip showcasing this glitch in the Call of Duty: Warzone subreddit. In this thread, they were on a rooftop with their teammates, when an enemy suddenly started firing at them from the back.

They immediately turned around to face their opponent, only to find that they were completely invisible. The screen indicated that the gunfire was coming from directly where they were facing, but the enemy could not be seen.

Ultimately, there was nothing that the player could do about this, was quickly gunned down. The kill cam then confirmed that the opponent was right behind the player, but they were completely visible in the recap.

This makes it entirely possible that they were unaware that they were invisible. One player noted one major difference between this and the previous invisibility glitch, since the opponent made no noises that telegraphed their presence.

“I think it’s something else because the invisibility glitch made footstep noises” wrote FeelTheToxic72. A few of the commenters confirmed experiencing the same issue after the Warzone Season 2 update, and others theorized about what caused this to happen.

“I think that it may have something to do with the character model not loading in sometimes,” suggested one player. “I have seen this a few times before season 2 but the person will just suddenly pop up after I die.”

Warzone invisibility glitch

When players encounter a repetitive glitch like this, it demotivates them from playing further since there’s no point in performing well in a match if an invisible enemy will immediately take them out. The devs usually take these bugs seriously, but this one seems to keep popping up.

Hopefully, Treyarch and Activision will come up with a permanent fix that prevent this glitch from plaguing any future Warzone updates. We’ll keep you posted about any developments regarding this issue.

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How to unlock Rook LMG & Serac Blueprint in Warzone Season 2

Find out how you can unlock Warzone Season 2’s powerful, new hidden weapons: the Rook LMG and the Serac with our handy guide.



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Warzone Season 2 contains two secret weapons – the Rook LMG & the Serac – so find out how you can equip these rare blueprints in CoD.

The already staggering collection of guns that Warzone contains has effectively been boosted thanks to secret addition new weapons in Season 2. Blueprints are not uncommon in Call of Duty with Warzone having a history with them.

They haven’t always been to the benefit of CoD, however, particularly with game-breaking ones such as the overpowered MAC-10 and HDR blueprints. Conversely, the game has even had blueprints that negatively impacted performance such as the wonky Bullfrog blueprint.

Our new Rook LMG and Serac blueprints are definitely not wonky, and they could go even go as far as to be the best weapons in Warzone Season 2.

cod warzone season 2 rook lmg

These desirable skins are variations of the Raal LMG and the CX-9 which have both been officially added during the game’s latest drop of content.

Here is how to get your hands on both of them.

How to get the Rook LMG blueprint in Warzone Season 2

However, the only known way to get a hold of the new Rook LMG blueprint is to find it as ground loot during a game of Call of Duty’s battle royale.

You basically have to get very lucky and hope that a loot chest smiles kindly upon you. You can’t customize it or anything like that just yet, and Activision will probably add the official blueprint later on in the Season.

Reddit user Remy363 shared a video of their own time with the Rook LMG blueprint and said: “Yeah haha it melts. I dropped 11 kills with it first game I found it and won the match lol.”

The weapon’s drop-off in accuracy seems to be greatly reduced and it seems like a potent killing machine in Warzone.

How to get the Serac blueprint in Warzone Season 2

Again, just like the Rook LMG, the Serac’s blueprint is tied exclusively to ground loot in Warzone sadly. It’s extremely effective and is absolutely worth scouring the map for in the hopes of landing yourself the gun.

One post on Reddit discussed the destructiveness of the weapon saying: “Pretty sure this thing will be the new meta, as it has basically no recoil and smashes through people like a chainsaw.”

The unreal power of the new weaponry naturally begs the question of how long they will remain in this state before they possibly get nerfed.

Given that both weapons are only a random drop right now and consequently not a widespread issue, it’s likely they will remain untouched for some time.

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Where to find Missile Silos in Warzone Season 2: Locations & what’s inside them

Warzone Season 2 brought three new missile silos to Verdansk that you can loot some impressive gear and cash.



Missile Silos in Warzone Season 2

Various map changes have come to Warzone with the launch of Season 2, including three new missile silos in Verdansk that you can loot for weapons and cash. Here’s where you can find them.

A new season comes with brand new content for fans to enjoy, and there’s a lot to unpack in Warzone’s latest update. Season 2 brought a plethora of map changes to Verdansk, including new missile silos.

These will most likely become player hotspots as they contain a ton of weapons, cash and loot that you can get for yourself. There are three of these silos dotted across the map, and it’s worth checking them out.

Missile Silos in Warzone Season 2

Warzone missile silo locations

If you’re planning to land at one of these missile silos, then you need to be prepared for a fight. They consist of multiple floors worth of loot, including new weapons and Field Upgrades, so they’ll be regularly contested.

In case you get stuck looking for these, we’ve made things a bit easier by noting their locations on the map. Treyarch have positioned them at different points across Verdansk. Here’s where you can find each missile silo in Warzone Season 2.

Weapon Silo locations in Warzone Season 2

Military Base silo location

You can find the first silo by checking out the location of the Jarvisnk Spomenik war memorial, which is located just south-west of Military Base.

Military Base Silo in Warzone

Novi Grazna Hills silo location

This weapon silo is can be found on the south-west corner of the map, on the hill above Promenade West and Hills.

Novi Grazna Hills Silo in Warzone

Tavorsk Park silo location

The third silo is located in a new hallway in Bunker 10 near Tavorsk Park, which is just south of the Park POI.

Tavorsk Park silo in Warzone

Some of these silos are larger than others, as the one that’s south of the Novi Grazna Hills residences contains more rooms for you to loot than the one near the Military Base.

It’s worth noting that due to their size, it’s incredibly easy to get lost when venturing through the silos. For that reason, you should try to familiarize yourself with the layout of each one after you’re done looting, so you don’t face difficulties in the future.

That covers everything you need to know about the Warzone Season 2 missile silos. You should be ready to drop in to Verdansk and start collecting some impressive loot.

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