If you’re looking to use one of the most improved Assault Rifles in the popular Call of Duty battle royale, here’s the best Krig 6 loadout for use in Warzone Season 4.
Whilst the Krig 6 is considered to be the best gun in Black Ops Cold War, it hasn’t been seen that way for much of the Warzone integration. Since the Warzone Season 4 update, one of the attachments has been given quite a significant buff which has shot the Krig 6 up to the top of the meta.
We’ve put together the best attachments and perks to maximize this weapon’s potential in Warzone Season 4 with this best loadout for the Black Ops Cold War Assault Rifle.
Best Warzone Krig 6 loadout
Best Warzone Krig 6 loadout attachments
- Barrel: 15″ CMV Mil-Spec
- Optic: Axial Arms 3x
- Muzzle: Agency Suppressor
- Underbarrel: Field Agent Grip
- Ammunition: Salvo 60 Rnd Fast Mag
Unfortunately, the Krig 6 has very low bullet velocity without attachments to improve it. So we’ve built this Krig 6 to maximize its bullet velocity and damage range, massively improving its slaying potential.
The Agency Suppressor vastly improves the Krig 6. Not only will you be hidden from the minimap when firing, but your rifle will have less recoil, faster bullet velocity, and more power over range.
To further increase the bullet velocity of the best Warzone Krig 6 loadout, you should add the 15″ CMV Mil-Spec, which received a huge buff in the Season 4 patch. This will not only give you a bullet velocity and damage range boost, but now this barrel gives the Krig almost no recoil, allowing you to stay on target and hit all your shots.
However, the June 30 update for the Call of Duty battle royale decreased the vertical and horizontal recoil control from 15% to 10% on the 15″ CMV Mil-Spec, so you may feel a tad more recoil than before. However, this attachment still gives you the best overall recoil control for this Assault Rifle.
Even with these attachments, the best Warzone Krig 6 loadout is best suited for medium-range combat. To perfectly complement this, you should add the 3x Axial Arms scope. This unobtrusive sight will give a perfect view of your enemies, making hitting their upper torso and head much easier.
To further improve your accuracy, the Field Agent Grip will improve your vertical and horizontal recoil control.
The Salvo 60 Rnd Fast Mag will make sure you have enough bullets to take down multiple enemies before having to reload. You’re going to need as much as you can get when facing enemy trios and quads on Verdansk in Season 4.
Best perks for Warzone Krig 6 class
You’re going to need three solid perks for the best Warzone Krig 6 loadout class. The following perks will compliment the setup that we constructed above very well.
- Perk 1: E.O.D
- Perk 2: Overkill/Ghost
- Perk 3: Amped
E.O.D will give you a ton of explosive resistance, allowing you to tank an onslaught of explosives coming your way and have a better chance of surviving a gunfight that begins with an onslaught of explosive damage from your enemies.
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Depending on how you want to use your Krig 6, you’ll need to either carry a weapon for extreme long-range or something for up-close such as Nail Gun. Overkill will allow you to take two primary weapons.
You can get Ghost from your next loadout drop to hide from UAVs and Heartbeat Sensors. Having to switch weapons in gunfights can be a death sentence, but with Amped, you’ll change guns extremely fast, allowing you to continue fighting without delay.
How to Unlock the Krig 6
Players will be happy to see that there is no unlock challenge they must complete to have this assault rifle in their inventory for the Call of Duty Battle Royale. Like most of the other Black Ops Cold War guns, this weapon became available for players to use immediately when the two games merged.
Try out the Krig 6 with these attachments and perks in Season 4, and you will be happy to see how well you perform when you are using the best Warzone Krig 6 loadout.
If you’re looking for a Sniper Rifle that performs well at close range, then you can’t do better than with the Swiss K31. It allows you to take quickscoping into Warzone with its quick ADS speed and bolt time.
Image Credit: Activision / Raven Software
Image Credit: Activision / Raven Software
Warzone players call for boycott over Blizzard lawsuit and hacking problems
Due to the Blizzard lawsuit and endless hacking, Warzone, and other Call of Duty players, are calling for a boycott of Store purchases.
Warzone players are encouraging all Call of Duty gamers to boycott the purchase of skins and bundles from the store in response to the recent Activision Blizzard lawsuit and constant Warzone hacking.
It’s been an unsettling time for Call of Duty and its respective titles – Warzone, Black Ops Cold War, CoD: Mobile, and Modern Warfare. The ongoing Activision Blizzard lawsuit has impacted the franchise, and fans are calling for fellow players to stop buying goods from the CoD store in protest.
This includes everything from skins to Operator Bundles to even the Seasonal Battle Pass. Warzone players are citing the lawsuit, “empty updates,” and hackers as the driving force behind this movement.
Added to this is the purported series of empty updates “full of microtransactions in order to milk the players,” and the ever-increasing threat of hackers, and players have seemingly had enough.
Reddit user Jaszs has lead the charge by saying: “I’m writing this as someone who has played every. single. COD since COD2, and WZ since day 1 until yesterday, and also a former Blizzard fan. Yes, I know it may sound bad, but based on what’s going on (sexual harassment lawsuit, suppressing and abusive treatment of their employees…) I really think those guys don’t deserve anything from us, their customers.
“You can even keep playing the game if you want (there are some cool alternatives though; if you need some just ask in the comments!), just don’t spend any money in their store. In any case, you should also remember that they are the same guys that are releasing empty updates full of microtransactions in order to milk the players, releasing over and over the same game and not giving a single f*ck about the increasing number of hackers.”
The very passionate statement received over 300 comments and counting, and it’s universally in favor of boycotting Activision’s Store ahead of the Warzone Season 5 launch.
Given that there are many responses, here are a selection of replies:
- “I’ve got 900 COD points and level 90 on the battle pass. Not spending a penny more on this game. They don’t respect their employees, they don’t respect the players (anti-cheat lmao) they aren’t getting anymore of my money.”
- “Once all this sh*t came to light, my entire friend group collectively uninstalled the game and swore off of it for good. We were already mad at the game for being poorly managed with hackers and constant glitches/crashes. I suppose this was the lead straw that broke the metaphorical camel’s back.”
- “Based on the way they’ve handled cheating, the CW integration, and the general state of the game in the last year, I’m shocked than any of you have been buying cosmetic items from them. Do you realize what kind of message you’re sending by making the worst CoD their highest-earning one?”
At the time of writing, the post has nearly 1.8K upvotes and rising. Given the player count of Warzone far exceeds this, it’s hard to imagine this boycott would do too much damage.
Conversely, Producer at Sledgehammer Games Alayna Cole has Tweeted an important message concerning the circumstances.
Boycotting the Activision store will have an obvious knock-on effect in terms of sales revenue, and would ultimately disrupt the salaries and jobs of many employees who are not involved in this lawsuit.
It’s a hard position for all involved and for players who engage in Call of Duty games. The lawsuit is still long ongoing, and we’ll continue to update you at Charlie INTEL with any breaking developments.
Image Credit: Activision Blizzard
FaZe Swagg reveals how to create the classic MW2 ACR in Warzone
FaZe Swagg has revealed how to create Modern Warfare 2’s fan-favorite ACR Assault Rifle through Warzone’s Gunsmith.
Modern Warfare 2’s ACR is one of the most popular and remembered weapons in Call of Duty history, and FaZe’s Kris ‘Swagg’ Lamberson has revealed how to build it in Warzone.
Modern Warfare 2 featured some of Call of Duty’s most popular weapons. The Model 1887, Intervention, and UMP45 will always be remembered by the CoD community. However, there’s one weapon that is perhaps remembered above all the others – the ACR.
This laser beam of an Assault Rifle quickly became a fan favorite, and ahead of every Modern Warfare (2019) season, fans hoped for the ACR’s arrival. It never came, but through the gunsmith system, you can actually turn the Kilo 141 into MW2’s classic ACR.
Modern Warfare and Warzone’s Gunsmith system features the most detailed create-a-class that Call of Duty has ever seen. Through the system, you can completely modify weapons, almost turning them into another weapon entirely.
The M4A1 can become a burst-fire M16A4 and the Holger-26 can even become the classic G36. FaZe clan member and top Warzone streamer Swagg has demonstrated how to convert the Kilo 141 into MW2’s classic ACR.
Swagg has previously tried to create ACRs out of the Kilo because of their striking resemblance, but he’s now found the ultimate conversion from YouTuber Navvix. With the right attachments, it becomes almost identical to the classic ACR.
FaZe Swagg’s Warzone ACR
- Muzzle: Compensator
- Barrel: Singuard Arms 19.8″ Prowler
- Stock: Singuard Arms Sniper Pro
- Underbarrel: Commando Foregrip
- Rear Grip: Rubberized Grip Tape
Because this is a Kilo 141, it boats the accuracy that made the classic ACR so popular. Also, its general shape, especially thanks to the Singuard Arms 19.8″ Prowler and Sniper Pro stock, closely resembles the classic ACR.
Now, this ACR conversion is far from Warzone’s meta, but if you’re looking for a break from the battle royale grind, take this ACR into either Rebirth Island or the new Payload mode for some off-meta nostalgia.
Image Credit: FaZe Swagg / Infinity Ward
When does Warzone Season 5 start? Season 4 end date
Season 4 is coming to an end, so when will Warzone Season 5 start? Here’s everything we know about a possible start date.
Season 4 is drawing to its inevitable conclusion, so when will Raven Software launch Season 5 of Call of Duty: Warzone? We have all you need to know including its start date and rumors on new maps and features.
Warzone Season 4 Reloaded made some significant changes to the battle royale, with major weapon balancing shaking up the game’s meta entirely, while the OTs 9 gives players a brand-new SMG to play with in close-quarters combat.
Even with all this new content, Warzone players are always thinking about what’s next, and are already pondering over when Season 5 will release. The good news is that the Season 4 Battle Pass gives us a clue as to when this will be.
Warzone Season 5 start date
So when will Season 5 kick off? Well, the Season 4 Battle Pass has a timer, which says it’s set to expire on August 9, 2021. So, we can safely assume that Season 5 will begin then, as this has been the pattern Raven Software has followed over the past few seasons.
Of course, plans could change, but 2 months is the time that most seasons in CoD last, so we’re pretty confident we’ll be downloading Season 5 in the second week of August.
Warzone Season 4 end date
Obviously, the date for the end of Season 4 and the start of Season 5 are very similar, so if the new one starts on August 9, we expect Season 4 will wrap up on August 8, 2021.
Warzone Season 5: Soap Operator, CX-9 & RAAL LMG
At the moment, there’s very little information about what could come in the next seasonal update for Warzone. It’s likely that we’ll see new weapons as is the norm, and Verdansk ’84 will also receive some sort of change too.
One of the biggest mysteries currently surrounding Warzone is the absence of several guns and a fan-favorite Operator.
Soap Operator skin & bundle
Despite being announced way back in December 2020, Captain Soap MacTavish remains AWOL in the Cold War and Warzone universe. An Operator bundle was found on CODTracker, but the brave Scotsman has yet to materialize.
He was recently spotted in some games of 2019’s Modern Warfare, so it might be a sign of things to come in Season 5.
CX-9 & RAAL LMG
Back in January 2021, the CX-9 suddenly became available for players to acquire early, and it was removed soon after. Around the same time, the RAAL was also seen in Warzone.
Fast-forward to the end of Warzone Season 4, and the weapons are still absolutely nowhere to be seen or heard from. Again, they exist and are functional, so it can only be a matter of time before they’re added to Warzone.
There are rumors that a new map is being developed for Warzone to tie in with the upcoming release of World War II: Vanguard, however that remains officially unconfirmed. With Season 5 starting in August, it’s unlikely we would see it drop so early.
For now, we’ll just have to wait and see what Raven and Activision announce. Keep checking back with Charlie INTEL as we keep you updated with all the latest news on Warzone Season 5.
Image Credits: Activision / Raven Software
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