Connect with us

Call of Duty: Warzone

These Warzone attachments will make the Bren nerf feel like it never happened

The Bren LMG recently received a nerf but equipping certain attachments will allow the weapon to continue dominating the Warzone meta.

Published

on

Warzone Pacific Bren loadout

Following the recent nerf to the Bren LMG, changing certain attachments will once again make it the most overpowered Warzone Pacific Season 2 weapon.

Since Warzone introduced players to Caldera, the Bren LMG has been one of the most popular weapons. Thanks to its aiming stability and damage range, the Bren has dominated the long-range meta for months despite receiving multiple nerfs.

The latest nerf that corrected a secret buff to the weapon has shifted the majority of players off of the weapon. However, with the correct attachments, the Bren will prove to be just as dominant as it once was.

If you’re not interested in leveling up another long-range weapon or feel the most comfortable with the Bren in hand, worry not because it is fully possible to get the weapon back to its best.

Seeing as the recent Bren nerf only affected certain weapon attachments, all you need to do is shuffle around attachments to find the optimal combination. Luckily, Call of Duty content creator and Warzone expert IceManIsaac breaks down the recommended attachments in his latest video.

Best Warzone Pacific Bren attachments

  • Muzzle: MX Silencer
  • Barrel: Queen’s 775m Scepter
  • Optic: SVT-40 PU Scope 3-6x
  • Stock: Hockenson SP2B
  • Underbarrel: M1941 Hand Stop
  • Magazine: .303 British 100 Round Drums
  • Ammunition: Lengthened
  • Rear Grip: Polymer Grip
  • Perk: Tight Grip
  • Perk 2: Fully Loaded

For starters, the MX Silencer is now one of the most used attachments on long-range weapons and it is preferred to the Mercury Silencer as it does not reduce range.

One of the major differences with this new and improved Bren loadout is the fact that you’re going to equip the M1941 Hand Stop instead of the Carver Foregrip. The M1941 Hand Stop will focus on limiting horizontal recoil.

Next, the best barrel has shifted from the previously bugged Queen’s 705mm Royal to the Queen’s 775m Scepter. According to IceManIsaac, the biggest change comes from equipping the .303 British 100 Round Drums, “It reloads crazy fast, you put down a lot of fire and it deletes”.


For more Warzone loadout guides, check out the best Warzone Pacific Season 2 Shotgun loadouts.

Image Credit: Activision