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Best Kilo 141 loadout for Warzone Pacific Season 3

Here are the right attachments and Perks that you can use to make the best Kilo 141 loadout in Warzone Pacific Season 3.



Kilo loadout Warzone Pacific

The Kilo 141 Assault Rifle is a viable choice for medium-range engagements, and here’s everything you need to create the best Kilo loadout in Warzone Pacific Season 3.

Warzone features a wide assortment of powerful Assault Rifles to choose from, and the Kilo 141 is a great pick because of its incredible accuracy and the amount of damage it can deal at medium range.

Picking the Kilo 141 will allow you to take out multiple enemies without worrying about recoil throwing off your aim. You can use the right attachments and Perks to make this weapon even more powerful.

Here is the best Kilo loadout in Warzone Pacific Season 3.

Best Warzone Kilo 141 loadout

Best Warzone Kilo 141 loadout attachments

  • Muzzle: Monolithic Suppressor
  • Barrel: Singuard Arms 19.8″ Prowler Barrel
  • Optic: VLK 3.0x Optic
  • Underbarrel: Commando Foregrip
  • Ammunition: 60 Round Mags

In order to increase the effective damage range of the best Warzone Kilo loadout, we recommend equipping the Monolithic Suppressor muzzle. You can also take advantage of its sound suppression to stay off enemy minimaps.

The Singuard Arms 19.8″ Prowler barrel further increases the Kilo’s damage range while also providing a buff to the bullet velocity, allowing you to shred through enemies at medium range in Caldera.

The Commando Foregrip provides recoil control, and you can use the magnification of the VLK 3.0x Optic to take advantage of the weapon’s improved accuracy by picking off foes from a distance.

Finally, we went with the 60 Round Mags as our choice of ammunition so that we have plenty of rounds to bring down enemy squads in both Rebirth Island and Caldera.

Best perks to use with Warzone Kilo 141 class

  • Perk 1: E.O.D
  • Perk 2: Overkill then Ghost
  • Perk 3: Amped
  • Lethal: Semtex
  • Tactical: Stim

When using the Kilo 141, you’ll often find yourself in medium-range fights in which enemies will throw grenades and thermites your way. We recommend equipping E.O.D so that you can tank explosive damage.

You’ll want to pair the Kilo 141 with an SMG like the MP40 for close-range engagements, and Overkill will allow you to equip two primary weapons. You can then collect Ghost from your next loadout drop to hide from UAVs and Heartbeat Sensors.

The Amped Perk will allow you to switch between your two weapons quickly. In terms of equipment, the Semtex is a great choice for dishing out damage to multiple foes and the Stim will boost your health.

How to unlock the Kilo 141 in Warzone

The Kilo 141 will become available to you in Warzone after reaching Level 4, so you don’t need to worry about completing a difficult unlock challenge in order to get your hands on this Assault Rifle.

You can get this done quickly just by hopping into a few games of Warzone and winning matches until you level up. Once you reach level 4, the weapon will automatically be added to your inventory.

Best Kilo 141 alternatives

Regarding alternatives, the Automaton is a very similar weapon to the Kilo as they both boast a user-friendly recoil pattern. The Cooper Carbine is another popular weapon choice with almost non-existent recoil and decent damage.

For more Warzone Pacific content, check out how to get Vanguard & Warzone Season 3 Kong, Godzilla, and Mechagodzilla Operator bundles.

Image Credits: Activision / Raven Software

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Dr Disrespect calls Warzone’s anti-cheat the “biggest PR scandal” in gaming

The Doc has shared his views on Warzone’s anti-cheat, claiming that RICOCHET was just a “PR stunt” for Call of Duty.



Hershal Beahm aka ‘Dr Disrespect’ has shared his opinion about Warzone’s anti-cheat technology, RICOCHET, calling it the “biggest PR scandal” in gaming.

Popular streamer Dr Disrespect is not shy of criticizing the Call of Duty franchise, especially when it comes to Warzone.

Not only did the 2x champion recently share his worries about the Modern Warfare 2’s engine, even claiming that it doesn’t match the engine being used for his battle royale, but he has also shared his thoughts on RICOCHET.

Warzone’s anti-cheat was implemented to eradicate the severe cheating issue in Warzone, but Dr Disrespect feels as if it is the “biggest PR scandal” in the gaming industry.

The RICOCHET anti-cheat system was introduced for Warzone to combat the abundance of cheaters and hackers in the battle royale.

Some feel as if it has worked in reducing the number of cheaters and effectively disarming many of them while cheating in-game by making their bullets do no damage.

Dr Disrespect tweeted out his views on Warzone’s RICOCHET anti-cheat system on June 29, questioning if RICOCHET is the “biggest PR scandal in video game history,” which is similar to his recent opinion that marketing is saving Call of Duty.

Dr Disrespect spoke about his opinion more on his June 29 stream while playing Escape from Tarkov. The Doc said that RICOCHET was a “phony a** PR stunt.”

The streamer goes on to say that he “can’t believe people are actually responding with RICOCHET saying it’s worked…they probably hired like five guys…let’s wake the f*** up man.”

Clearly, the 2x doesn’t believe Warzone’s RICOCHET anti-cheat is deserving of praise. It seems the streamer believes the anti-cheat was just a PR stunt to make the players believe that something drastic was being done to deter and deal with the cheaters and hackers in Warzone.

Although Dr Disrespect doesn’t provide much context behind his opinion, it did spark a debate in the comments of his Twitter post.

One user disagrees, stating “its honestly worked well,” while others agree with the Doc, “He’s correct. For a major AAA company to be plagued with a variety of issues it’s pathetic. It’s embarrassing.”

Clearly, there is a divide in the community between those who feel RICOCHET has been effective, and those who feel it hasn’t. Hopefully, Warzone 2 can improve on the dealings with cheaters and hackers for an overall better quality experience, but the Doc has doubts about that as well.

Image Credits: Activision / Dr Disrespect

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How to get the “new Roze” Night Terror Florence skin in Warzone & Vanguard

Here’s how to get the Night Terror Florence skin in Warzone & Vanguard following comparisons to the iconic Roze skin.



It’s been some time since an Operator skin has shaken up Warzone but the Night Terror Florence skin, which many are calling the new Roze skin, has the potential to do so. Here’s how to get the Violet Stealth bundle in Warzone and Vanguard.

When the Roze skin was at the height of its power, it tormented Warzone lobbies one match after another. Due to the skin’s all-black outfit, it blended in easily with the surroundings and made it hard for enemies to spot before it received a decisive nerf.

In Season 4, a Warzone and Vanguard bundle highlights a similar skin that has made its way to Call of Duty with the Violet Stealth bundle. The Night Terror Florence skin shares many similarities to the Roze skin, so here’s everything you need to know about it.

How to get Night Terror Florence skin in Warzone & Vanguard

To get your hands on the Night Terror skin, you’ll have to purchase the Violet Stealth bundle. Following the Warzone update that nerfed the NZ-41 on June 30, the Violet Stealth bundle is available to purchase.

Despite the June 30 release, the bundle has yet to appear in the Vanguard and Warzone store in-game. Here’s where PC, Xbox, and PlayStation players can purchase the bundle.

Given the competitive advantage it might bring, you won’t want to miss the Violet Stealth bundle in Warzone and Vanguard Season 4.

Vanguard & Warzone Violet Stealth bundle content

It seems you’ll have to dish out $19.99 / £16.79 for the Vanguard and Warzone bundle and here’s what you’ll receive in exchange:

  • Night Terror Florence skin
  • Violet Violence Gorenko Anti-Tank Rifle blueprint
  • Dark Ambient MP40 blueprint
  • Midnight Malice calling card
  • Hooded Hell emblem
  • Neon Artistry sticker
  • Funeral Director watch
  • Inscribed reticle
  • 2,400 CoD Points

Not only is the Night Terror skin expected to be a powerful cosmetic in-game, but the MP40 is a meta weapon in both Warzone and Vanguard, which further sweetens the deal.

Both the Gorenko Anti-Tank Rifle and MP40 blueprints will come equipped with neon purple tracer rounds that tie into the Violet Stealth aesthetic. The 2,400 CoD Points are a nice touch as a bonus you could use on another bundle.

For more Warzone and Vanguard content, check out all of the cosmetics and rewards available in the Season 4 Battle Pass.

Image Credit: Activision

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Warzone Pacific June 30 patch notes: NZ-41 & H4 Blixen nerfs, Lootable Perks on Fortune’s Keep, more

Here are the full patch note for Warzone Pacific’s June 30 update that nerfs the NZ-41 and brings Lootable Perks to Fortune’s Keep.



Warzone devs Raven Software have released an update on June 30 that brings Lootable Perks to Fortune’s Keep, finally nerfs the NZ-41, and buffs some of Vanguard’s Sniper Rifles. Here are the full Warzone June 30 update patch notes.

Warzone players have been crying out for the NZ-41 to be nerfed ever since it became the most popular weapon in Season 3 Reloaded. This change has finally arrived with Season 4‘s June 30 update, which also nerfs the most popular Assault Rifle attachments, nerfs SMGs, and buffs Vanguard Snipers.

Here’s everything included in Warzone’s June 30 update patch notes.

Major Warzone weapons nerfs: NZ-41, H4 Blixen, more

A ton of the most popular and powerful weapons have been nerfed in Warzone’s June 30 update, with nerfs to the NZ-41, H4 Blixen, Marco 5, and UGM-8 having the biggest impact.

The NZ-41 has had its torso damage and recoil control nerfed, so it should no longer be the long-range laser beam it once was. It’s not just the NZ-41 that’ll be affected by the June 30 patch though, as Lengthened Ammo, the MX Silencer, and m1941 Hand Stop have all been nerfed.

The UGM-8 was set to become meta thanks to “insane TTK,” but it seems Raven nipped that in the bud by nerfing its bullet velocity and damage. The top SMGs, the H4 Blixen and Marco 5, have also had their damage range and mobility reduced.

It’s not all bad news for Vanguard’s Warzone guns though, as the 3-Line, Kar98k, and Type 99 have all had their bullet velocity increased.

Warzone Pacific June 30 update patch notes


  • Lootable Perks have been enabled on Fortune’s Keep.


  • Fixed collision issues with various elements across Caldera allowing Players to exploit/peek/shoot through them.
  • Fixed an issue allowing Players to exploit Black Market Buy Stations to access unintended areas of the map.
  • Fixed an issue causing the F Zombie to T-pose.
  • Fixed an issue causing the UAV HUD/Tac Map sweep to not originate from the Player icon.
  • Fixed an issue with the H4 Blixen (VG) interrupt time being longer than intended when reloading while in ADS.
  • Fixed an issue causing performance drops while doing the Black Market Supply Run Contract.
  • Fixed an issue preventing Players from purchasing a Loadout at the start of a private Battle Royale match.
  • Fixed an issue causing the out-of-bounds audio and visual warning on Fortune’s Keep to remain stuck on screen when reentering the play area.


» Assault Rifles «

NZ-41 (VG)

  • Lower Torso Damage Multiplier decreased to 1.0, down from 1.1
  • Orb Weaver 360mm BC
    • Horizontal Recoil control decreased to 25%, down from 30%
    • Muzzle Velocity decreased to 30%, down from 40% 
  • 6.5mm Sakura 50 Round Mags
    • Vertical Recoil control decreased to 20%, down from 40%
    • Horizontal Recoil control decreased to 35%, down from 45%

» Light Machine Guns «

UGM-8 (VG)

  • Muzzle Velocity decreased by 4% 
  • Bernard XL214 736mm 
    • Muzzle Velocity decreased to 35%, down from 50%
  • Romuald 560mm DA 
    • Max Damage decreased to 29, down from 32
    • Upper Torso Damage Multiplier decreased by 10% 
    • Muzzle Velocity decreased to 10%, down from 35% 
    • Recoil Control now decreased by 25% after the second bullet
  • .50 BMG 50 Round Box
    • Muzzle Velocity decreased to 20%, down from 30%
  • .50 BMG 75 Round Box
    • Muzzle Velocity decreased to 20%, down from 30%
  • 6.5mm Sakura 125 Round Box
    • Muzzle Velocity decreased to -20%, down from -15%
    • Rate of Fire decreased to 4%, down from 5%
    • Recoil Control decreased to 15%, down from 20% 
    • Movement Speed scaler now 0.98 
  • .303 British 75 Round Box 
    • Damage Range increased to -15%, up from -20% 
    • Recoil Control decreased to 15%, down from 20% 

» Sniper Rifles «

3-Line Rifle (VG)

  • Muzzle Velocity increased by 4%

Kar98k (VG)

  • Muzzle Velocity increased by 4%

Type 99 (VG)

  • Muzzle Velocity increased by 4%

» Submachine Guns «

H4 Blixen (VG)

  • Max Damage Range decreased to 9.92 meters, down from 12.46 meters
  • Mid Damage Range decreased to 17.3 meters, down from 19.84 meters
  • Jönsson 9″ RMK
    • Max Damage Range decreased to 15.2 meters, down from 17.17 meters

Marco 5 (VG)

  • Hipfire Accuracy decreased when in crouch or prone position
  • Perfetto Lesto 355mm
    • Movement Speed decreased to 5%, down from 10%


» Ammunition «


  • Muzzle Velocity decreased to 8%, down from 10% 

» Muzzles «

MX Silencer

  • Muzzle Velocity decreased to 12%, down from 15%

» Under Barrels «

M1941 Handstop 

  • Recoil Control decreased to 3.5%, down from 4%

For more Warzone, be sure to check out how to get the Night Terror Florence skin which players have branded the “new Roze.”

Source: Raven Software

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