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Four best DMR alternatives for Warzone Season 1

Tired of being in a lobby of 150 DMRs? Well, take a look at the four best DMR alternatives for Warzone Season 1.

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Despite the long-awaited nerf of the DMR-14 in Warzone, players feel that it’s still overpowered and is far too easy to use. If you want a viable alternative to make Warzone Season 1 interesting again, here are four of the best guns for you to try out.

Warzone’s META was well and truly demolished by the introduction of the DMR-14 as its pinpoint accuracy, abundance of firepower, and minimal recoil made it unstoppable.

In response to the weapon’s overpowered nature, Activision Blizzard promised a nerf, and they delivered a nerf. But that nerf hasn’t proved to be as substantial as first thought and players are still unhappy with the DMR.

If you fancy something a bit different and want a greater challenge, then take a look at these DMR alternatives.

4 best DMR Warzone alternatives

Kilo 141

Until the DMR decided to steal the spotlight, the Kilo 141 was arguably THE weapon of choice for most players. It’s just an extremely reliable Assault Rifle with a whole host of benefits.

Its high damage output can be matched by attachments that increase its accuracy and reduce its recoil. It has few weaknesses and has been vouched for by many popular CoD influencers.

Here are the best Kilo 141 loadout to use in Warzone & Modern Warfare.

kilo 141 in cod warzone

XM4

One of the most recent additions to Warzone, the XM4 arrives via the Black Ops Cold War integration and maintains its all-around versatility.

Similar to the Kilo 141, the XM4 suffers a bit at range, and given that Warzone’s map is gigantic and requires some long-distance engagements, a few attachments should sort its range out.

Here are the best XM4 loadout for CoD: Warzone Season 1.

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Grau 5.56

The Kilo 141 is one of the more recent success stories in Warzone, but the Grau was one of the originators of Warzone metabreaking.

Its nerf marginally reduced its damage output, but this can be amended thanks to the right attachments anyway. Perhaps give it a go and see if it still holds up enough to make a comeback.

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Kar98k

It’s not quite an Assault Rifle, but it still has lots of those punishing qualities that make the Kar98k a game-winner.

Its potential to one-shot enemies is a must-have quality and the skill required to use it is higher than that of the DMR. If you fancy a change and want to test your ability, then give the Kar98k a whirl.

Here are the best Kar98k loadouts for Warzone and Modern Warfare.

kar98k in cod warzone

This list has hopefully opened your eyes and made you realize that there’s a whole world outside of the DMR-14.

The nerf’s reception obviously isn’t as great as I’m sure Activison Blizzard were looking for, so it’s not beyond the realms of possibility that it recieves another update sometime soon.

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How to get Donnie Darko Frank skin in Warzone & Cold War: Release date, price & contents

Warzone and Black Ops Cold War players will be able to get the Frank The Rabbit skin from Donnie Darko during The Haunting event.

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Frank The Rabbit skin in Warzone and Cold War

The Haunting event will be delivering plenty of scary moments for Call of Duty: Warzone and Black Ops Cold War players, and they will be able to experience them as the Frank The Rabbit skin from Donnie Darko.

It is the Halloween season, and Call of Duty is celebrating the spooky time with the second iteration of The Haunting event, which became a fan-favorite in 2020, especially in Warzone.

The Haunting event for the Black Ops Cold War cycle will feature some significant differences compared to the Modern Warfare version, but it will still feature two horror movie icons that players will be able to purchase skins for and terrify their enemies.

Joining Scream’s Ghostface, Frank The Rabbit from Donnie Darko will also be appearing in The Haunting event, so here is how to unlock the Donnie Darko Frank skin in Warzone and Black Ops Cold war.

Frank The Rabbit Donnie Darko skin in warzone and Black Ops Cold War

How to get Frank The Rabbit Donnie Darko skin in Warzone and Cold War

Players can now unlock the Frank The Rabbit Donnie Darko skin in Warzone and Cold War, as October 24 is when the Donnie Darko Tracer Pack was added to the Call of Duty store for both games.

All you need to do is go to the Call of Duty store in either Warzone or Black Ops Cold war and purchase the Donnie Darko Tracer Pack to acquire the Frank The Rabbit Donnie Darko skin in Warzone and Cold War.

How much does the Donnie Darko Tracer Pack cost?

The Donnie Darko Tracer Pack will set you back 2,400 COD Points, understandable given the top-tier nature of the costume and license, and this translates to roughly $19.99 / £16.79.

Frank The Rabbit Donnie Darko skin in Black Ops Cold War

What’s in the Donnie Darko Tracer Pack?

You can find everything that will be in the Donnie Darko Tracer Pack below:

  • Frank The Rabbit Operator skin
  • “Sky is Falling” finishing move
  • Epic-Rarity Weapon Charm
  • Epic-Rarity Calling Card
  • Epic-Rarity Emblem
  • Epic-Rarity Watch
  • Legendary Sniper Rifle blueprint
  • Legendary SMG blueprint
  • Legendary Assault Rifle blueprint

There is no doubt that plenty of players will be excited to get the Frank The Rabbit Donnie Darko skin in Warzone and Cold War and dominate their opponents in a truly terrifying fashion.

For more Call of Duty: Warzone, check out the most popular loadouts for the Call of Duty battle royale in Season 6, and stay tuned for future news and guides.

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Warzone October 21 playlist update is now live after delay

The Call of Duty: Warzone playlist update for October 21 is now live in the battle royale game after it had been officially delayed.

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Warzone Playlist Update

The Call of Duty: Warzone Playlist update for October 21 has officially gone live after being delayed by Raven Software to fix an ongoing issue.

To help keep things fresh in the world of Call of Duty: Warzone, Raven Software pushes a new Warzone playlist update live each week that adds new and returning game modes for players to choose from when it comes time to decide what they and their friends want to experience.

Fortunately, the development studio for the Call of Duty battle royale recently revealed that the Warzone playlist update for October 21, 2021, has gone live after being delayed and is now available for players to experience.

Here is everything you need to know about the Warzone playlist update for October 21.

Warzone season 6 artwork featuring Mason Operator

Raven Software took to its Twitter account on October 22 and posted an announcement that the newest warzone playlist update has now gone live in the Warzone October 22 update patch notes following its initial delay.

You can find Raven’s announcement below:

The October 21 playlist update is now bringing some exciting game modes for players to enjoy which you can find below:

Warzone playlist update for October 21

Battle Royale

  • Solos
  • Trios
  • Quads

Iron Trials ’84

  • Duos

Rebirth Island

  • Scopes and Scatterguns Quads
  • Resurgence Trios
Warzone October 21 playlist update

There is no doubt that a large number of players are excited to see this playlist update go live for the Call of Duty battle royale, as the return of the popular Iron Trials ’84 game mode has been looked forward to by a big portion of the community.

For more Call of Duty: Warzone, check out all of the recent changes made to the Ghosts of Verdabsk limited-time game mode, and stay tuned for future news and guides.

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Warzone October 22 update patch notes: Ghosts of Verdansk changes, Iron Trials duos back, more

Raven Software has officially released the Warzone October 22 update patch notes, and we have all of the details covered for you.

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Warzone update patch notes

The Warzone October 22 update patch notes have officially gone live, and they include some major changes for the Call of Duty battle royale, and we have everything you need to know covered.

Call of Duty: Warzone Season 6 has been an exciting time for the popular battle royale game with The Haunting event and the new LAPA SMG have been exciting additions to the title.

However, Raven Software is still working on improving the game with the Warzone October 22 update patch notes being the latest set of changes for the Call of Duty battle royale.

Here is everything you need to know about the Warzone October 22 update patch notes.

Warzone update patch notes

Warzone October 22 update patch notes

Playlist

  • The Playlist originally planned for October 21st is now live!

Modes

Ghosts of Verdansk, a Limited-Time Mode

A minor change has been made to the Ghosts of Verdansk mode:

  • Fear reduction while standing on Sacred Ground has been increased

In addition, here is a recap of the changes that were released earlier this week:

  • Ghosts can now drop ammo when killed
  • Souls will be removed when too far out in the gas
  • Passive Fear gain has been reduced
  • Fear generated by taking damage has been reduced
  • Increased Fear reduction when killing Ghosts and humans

General

  • Iron Trials ‘84 game mode has been re-enabled for Private Matches
    • This includes versions for all Squad sizes (Solos, Duos, Trios, Quads)
    • All versions of this mode are currently limited to 132 Players

Bug Fixes

  • Fixed additional collision issues with various elements in Verdansk allowing Players to exploit/peek/shoot through them.
  • Fixed an issue preventing matches from starting in Iron Trials ‘84.
  • Fixed an issue preventing matches from starting in Scopes and Scatterguns.

Source: Raven Software

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