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“Insane” TikTok Warzone Tec-9 loadout reportedly rivals OTs 9

For those looking to use a different SMG in Warzone Season 6, this Tec-9 loadout from TikTok might just be what you’re looking for.

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Warzone TikTok Tec-9 Loadout

While the OTs 9 dominates the SMG category in Warzone Season 6, this new TikTok Tec-9 class might be exactly what you need to rival the meta.

The current meta in Warzone Season 6 features a variety of weapons. From the Cold War AK-47 to the OTs 9, there isn’t currently much room for a new weapon to come in, especially since JGOD dismissed the RPD.

Having said that, this new Tec-9 class found on TikTok just might rival the SMG meta in Season 6.

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The Tec-9 has been out of the SMG meta for some time now, but players are starting to use it again recently thanks to the weapon going viral on TikTok

The TikTok video claims that the Tec-9 can “instakill and destroy people with ease” with these specific attachments:

TikTok TEC-9 Warzone loadout

  • Muzzle: Full Auto Repeater
  • Barrel: Task Force Barrel
  • Underbarrel: Field Agent Grip
  • Laser: Tiger Team Spotlight
  • Ammunition: STANAG 48 Rnd

The Full Auto Repeater is an essential attachment for the Tec-9, allowing the weapon to become automatic and increase its TTK. The Task Force Barrel is also important for increasing the weapons bullet penetration and velocity.

The Field Agent Grip is another essential attachment for this weapon, helping decrease the recoil of the weapon, improving your accuracy.

The Tiger Team Spotlight is great for increasing your mobility with the weapon, while the STANAG 40 Rnd allows you to sustain fire for longer to take multiple enemies out and finish your kills.

This Tec-9 loadout has an extremely fast TTK at close range, and can even rival the current OTs 9 meta.

Warzone players should definitely give this loadout a try if they’re looking to try something new and strong in Warzone Season 6. For more, check out how to unlock the Kali Sticks.

Image Credits: Raven Software / Activision

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Warzone Pacific Season 1 update patch notes: Release date, weapons, content, & more

Warzone Pacific Season 1 is arriving December 8, so here are some newly released patch notes revealing details of Caldera.

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A new Call of Duty: Warzone Pacific update, version 1.48, is on its way, and here is everything you need to know about the new details within the Warzone Pacific Season 1 patch notes.

Call of Duty players are set to receive the highly-anticipated Warzone Pacific update shortly. After playing on the same map for over a year, excitement is at an all-time high. In addition to a new map there will be a ton of new content or the Call of Duty: Warzone community to enjoy.

Luckily, players are about to get what they’ve been asking for with a new Warzone Pacific map. There will be a ton of new content including new Operators, weapons, and events. Here are all of the recently announced patch notes expected to arrive at the start of Season 1.

Plane flying in Warzone Pacific Caldera

When does Warzone Pacific Season 1 update release?

The new Warzone Pacific update will be available on December 9 for free for everyone. However, if you own Vanguard, you can get 24 hours early access to the new content beginning on December 8.

Warzone Pacific was originally meant to launch on December 2, but Call of Duty announced on November 19 that the update had been delayed a week.

What does Caldera look like? All POIs

Warzone's Pacific Caldera map

Calling Cards unlocked in the Secrets of the Pacific event have given us a decent look at some of the POIs set to arrive in the game, but players got their first true look at Caldera on November 30.

The official Call of Duty Twitter account tweeted out an image of the map, including a list of all 15 named POIs, such as Arsenal, Mines, Capital, and more. You can take a look at the full map above.

Plus, Call of Duty has now also released a short trailer, giving us a good look at the landscape and POIs. You can check it out in the video above.

What’s included in Warzone Pacific’s Caldera update?

The launch of the Caldera Warzone map lines up with the start of Vanguard x Warzone Season 1, which will feature a new Battle Pass, Operators, weapons, and the RICOCHET anti-cheat.

In addition to these new features, players will get to test out some brand new games modes, in-game contracts, and of course the new Gulag.

Season 1 new Operators and weapons

Kai operator season 1

Call of Duty players will be excited to hear that the majority of Season 1 content is available free of charge. Vanguard and Warzone Pacific players will receive three weapons, two new perks, and new equipment for free. Players can also access two other weapons through a challenge or within new Store Bundles, both to arrive during the season.

Of course, players who purchase the Battle Pass will receive additional content such as Trident’s First Operator: Francis “Kai” Lanakila. Lewis Howard and Isabella Rosario Dulnuan Reyes are the two other Operators joining the fight later on in the season.

Gulag, vehicles and contracts

Warzone Pacific vehicle

These three Warzone mainstays are not going anywhere. Players will still be expected to duel in the Gulag. Warzone Pacific will introduce at least three WWII-themed vehicles that can be seen in the roadmap. Two are ground vehicles while the other is a fighter plane.

The new Big Game Bounty contract is going to shake the game up. Warzone Pacific’s new Big Game Bounty contract will mark the player with the highest kill count as the bounty.

Warzone game modes

Warzone Pacific Caldera map

Two new modes will be making their way to Warzone Pacific. The first of these modes is called Vanguard Royale. In this mode, players will be restricted to Vanguard content. This means vehicles and weapons involved in the Battle Royale mode must come from Vanguard.

Meanwhile, Vanguard Resurgence is going to bring the fan-favorite resurgence respawn mechanic to Caldera.

Festive Fervor

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Festive Fervor is set to be a holiday-themed event across Vanguard and Warzone. Although we currently have little info about the event, players can expect a ton of festive content and bundles to enjoy. The devs told players to “expect more intel about Festive Fervor later this month.”

And not only will the Warzone action move to WW2 and the Pacific, but all of the Operators, Weapons, and cosmetics from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Black Ops Cold War will carry over. Players can use this content in the Caldera Battle Royale mode, whereas the Vanguard Royale mode will only feature WW2 weapons and equipment.

And Warzone players have been crying out for a more effective anti-cheat, and Activision has answered with RICOCHET. This kernel-level anti-cheat has been built exclusively for Warzone and Vanguard, so we’ll need to wait and see how effective it is.


For more Warzone, be sure to check out what’s inside the Old Mines now that they’ve finally opened.

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Are Warzone servers down? Current server status, Pacific Caldera downtime

Are the Warzone servers down? That is what many players ask when they can not connect to the game, so we have the current server status covered for you.

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Are Warzone Servers Down

It is always frustrating when players cannot connect to the servers of Warzone and play when they want to. This often leads to players wondering about the current server status for the battle royale game and whether or not the Warzone servers are down.

Call of Duty: Warzone has become one of the most popular multiplayer games in the world following its release in 2020, as an extremely large amount of players have jumped into its adrenaline-fueled action to acquire impressive kill counts and wins.

With a very large player base, it is not surprising when players get frustrated when the Warzone servers go down and they are not able to connect to the Call of Duty battle royale game. This frustration often leads to players searching for the game’s current server status and seeing if all of the Warzone servers are down or running as they should.

With this in mind, we have gathered everything you need to know to see the current server status of Warzone.

Are Warzone servers down

Are Warzone servers down?

According to the official online service status website for the Call of Duty franchise, the servers for the battle royale game are currently online and should be working as intended.

However, Raven Software will be taking the Warzone servers offline for scheduled downtime in preparation for the Pacific Caldera update. This downtime will start at 9 PM PT on December 7.

Downtime will last 12 hours, and the Warzone servers are scheduled to come back online at 9 AM PT on December 8.

With that being said, a large influx of players could cause some server issues. If you start experiencing connection issues or cannot launch Warzone, it might be worth checking out the current server status.

Player firing a weapon in Warzone Pacific Caldera

This website keeps a constant update of the online services for the high-profile first-person shooter series. When the site updates, it alerts community members who visit it whenever there is an issue, such as the Warzone servers being down.

Another resource to check the current Warzone server status is the official Activision Support Twitter or Raven Software Twitter account. These Twitter accounts will post updates regarding current problems with games like Warzone when they arise, such as server outages.

The Activision Support Twitter posts updates on these issues including when they are resolved. Keeping an eye on this Twitter account can help you know if any problems are currently happening with the title.

We will continue to update this article with the current server status of Warzone whenever issues arise and are resolved.

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New Vanguard operator could be Warzone Pacific’s version of Roze

Warzone and Vanguard’s first season is almost upon us, but players already have an issue with one of the Operator skins.

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Lucas Riggs Vanguard

Warzone Pacific and Vanguard Season 1 is set to bring new Operators to the game, but some feel one skin in particular could have the same issue as the notorious Roze Operator.

Warzone and Vanguard are set to get a load of new content. With Warzone Pacific and Vanguard Season 1, players can expect a fresh Battle Pass with new weapons and Operators.

Operators have always been a big part of Warzone and any CoD game that is integrated into the battle royale. Unfortunately, despite the excitement over the new season, some players are worried one Operator skin in particular has too many similarities to the dreaded Roze skin.

Vanguard Season 1 operators

The Roze skin is widely known in the Warzone community as one of the most disruptive cosmetics in the entire game. Usually the devs try to steer away from anything that can be considered pay-to-win, as it causes a lot of controversy among the community.

Many considered the Roze skin as being pay-to-win, mostly because it was very hard to spot thanks to its black-out design.

Players can now view the Season 1 Operator skins in-game, which a Reddit post from DigScared9523 highlighted. One of the new skins available in Season 1 is for Lucas Riggs, which has a lot of the community worried that it will be “Rose v2.”

The skin is called “Barrier Reef” and it features a scuba diving theme, which fits in well with the new Pacific map, Caldera.

The Scuba suit is completely black, covering Lucas’ head and face with blacked-out googles. This is the main issue players are having with this skin, as the color is very reminiscent of the Roze skin, which went through countless updates to fix its overely-discreet design.

Players in the comments of the Reddit post are clearly worried that this skin will cause a similar outrage. One comment states: “this Roze skin 2.0 will be the new meta.”

We’ll have to wait and see just how strong this skin will be once players are able to use it in Warzone Pacific and Vanguard Season 1. As another user suggests, perhaps the Pacific theme and Caldera’s lighting will prevent this skin from becoming a problem like Roze:

“I don’t really see this as gonna be a problem like roze cause the new map looks a lot brighter honestly probably a jungle themes skins might be the way to go with the amount of jungle there is might blend it better”


For more on Vanguard and Warzone Season 1, check out how you can unlock the free Combat Pack.

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