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Viral Warzone TikTok reveals the ultimate hipfire loadout

A TikTok has gone viral after showcasing a Warzone PPSH-41 loadout that’s perfect for hipfire accuracy.

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PPSH-41 in Warzone Pacific

The PPSH-41 SMG has made its way from Vanguard to Warzone, and a new virtual TikTok showcased the right attachments that you can use to make the ultimate hipfire loadout.

Warzone received a wide variety of powerful weapons after the Vanguard integration, and one of the more notable additions has been the PPSH-41 SMG, which is capable of eliminating enemies quickly.

This weapon boasts a fast rate of fire, along with some impressive damage output. Now, one TikTok Warzone loadout has gone viral as it boosts the gun’s hipfire accuracy and overall speed.

Best hipfire PPSH-41 Warzone loadout 

PPSH-41 Warzone loadout
  • Muzzle: Mercury Silencer 
  • Barrel: Kovalevskaya 230MM B0 3P
  • Optic: ZF4 3.5x Rifle Scope
  • Stock: Removed Stock 
  • Underbarrel: Carver Foregrip 
  • Magazine: 7.62 Gorenko 71 Round Mags 
  • Ammo Type: Incendiary 
  • Rear Grip: Pine Tar Grip 
  • Perk 1: Fleet

This Warzone loadout was shared by TikTok user ‘warnereu.’ They equipped the Mercury SilencerZF4 3.5x Rifle Scope, and Carver Foregrip attachments to control the PPSH-41 SMG’s recoil.

The Kovalevskaya 230MM B0 3PRemoved StockCarver Foregrip, and Pine Tar Grip all improve the weapon’s hipfire accuracy. This lets you take out your enemies without having to ADS at close range. 

The Fleet perk boosts your movement speed, which is extremely useful when battling opponents in closed quarters. Finally, the Incendiary rounds and 7.62 Gorenko 71 Round Mags ensure you have plenty of ammo.

This PPSH-41 build is proving to be popular among Warzone players after the TikTok went viral. With these attachments equipped, you don’t have to waste time with ADS and can instantly melt through your enemy’s defense.


For more Warzone, check out our guide on how to complete all the challenges in the Festive Fervor event and the easiest way to kill Krampus in Warzone Pacific.

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How to win Titanium Trials in Warzone: Best weapons & top tips

Wondering how to win Titanium Trials in Warzone? Here are the best weapons, as well as some top tips to help you secure victory.

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Terminator Warzone skin fighting in Caldera

Warzone’s Titanium Trials Endurance event is live, offering the best players unique rewards such as Terminator-themed weapon camos. You’ll need to win as many as 20 games to unlock all of the rewards, so here’s how to win Titanium Trials including the best weapons and some handy tips.

Despite Warzone being around since March 2020, it’s the only major battle royale game not to include some form of ranked mode. The developers confirmed they’re working on it, but instead, they include hardcore modes such as Iron Trials and the new Titanium Trials.

Titanium Trials went live on August 11 as part of the Season 4 Reloaded update, bringing Terminator-themed gameplay to Caldera. This mode is unique in that it rewards players for their skill rather than tedious challenges.

You’ll need to win four games if you want to complete the event challenges, and 20 in total to unlock the Ultra Skynet camo. Here’s everything you need to win in Warzone’s Titanium Trials.

Best weapons to use in Warzone Titanium Trials

Warzone Operator in Titanium Trials mode

To win Titanium Trials in Warzone, you should prioritize weapons that are easy to use and have a high damage-per-mag, and the UGM-8 and Armaguerra 43 are perfect options.

Here are the best UGM-8 and Armaguerra Warzone loadouts to help you win Titanium Trials.

Titanium Trials UGM-8 loadout

  • Muzzle: MX Silencer
  • Barrel: Bernard XL214 736mm
  • Optic: SVT-40 PU Scope 3-6x
  • Stock: Mercier WT Ancre
  • Underbarrel: M1941 Hand Stop
  • Magazine: 7.62x5mmR 100 Round Extended
  • Ammo Type: Lengthened
  • Rear Grip: Hatched Grip
  • Perk: Tight Grip
  • Perk 2: Fully Loaded

Titanium Trials Aramguerra 43 loadout

  • Muzzle: Recoil Booster
  • Barrel: Botti 315mm CII
  • Optic: Slate Reflector
  • Stock: Mercier WT Ancre
  • Underbarrel: Mark VI Skeletal
  • Magazine: 9mm 60 Round Mags
  • Ammo Type: Subsonic
  • Rear Grip: Taped Grip
  • Perk: Steady
  • Perk 2: Quick
Terminator on motorbike in Caldera

Tips & tricks to win Titanium Trials in Warzone

Get loadout as early as possible

Titanium Trials is unique in that there are no free loadout drops, so you’ll need to rack up as much cash as possible in the early game and buy your loadout as soon as possible. The ground loot weapons pale in comparison to the weapons listed above, so you’ll be giving yourself a huge advantage by buying the loadout early.

We recommend landing somewhere far away from the plane’s line where you’ll be uncontested and can get a loadout before playing out the rest of the match.

But, the loadout drop price will keep falling as the match progresses so don’t worry if you can’t grab one straight away.

Watch for Self-Revives

Self-Revive Kits are everywhere in Warzone’s Titanium Trials, as every player will spawn with one — even after coming back from the Gulag.

When fighting, just keep in mind that the player you have knocked most likely has a Self-Revive, so don’t count them out of the fight. Finish them off with your gun or a Throwing Knife if possible, but if you can’t, keep an eye on where you knocked them in case they re-peek the angle.

Keep plating up during fights

Warzone player fitting armor plate

With Titanium Trials being a Terminator-themed mode, armor plates count for much more of your total health. Your base health is only 100 HP and armor makes up a further 300 HP. With how important armor is, just putting on a single plate during a fight will offer a huge advantage.

If you’re fighting at range, take any second you can to re-fill your armor plates. This is especially useful if you find the Tempered Perk on the ground, as each plate gives 150 HP. Players won’t expect your health to be so full, and you may catch them out in the open as they push up.

Play with friends

Warzone’s Titanium Trials is Quads only, and playing with randoms is always a gamble. If possible, playing with friends will significantly raise your chances of winning.

Random players will often leave immediately after dying, or just want to do their own thing. Playing as a close-knit team is a sure-fire way of securing the victories needed to unlock all of the Ultra Camos.


You’ll only have until August 24 to get all of the Titanium Trials wins, and then Season 5 will kick off immediately after, bringing new weapons, and classic CoD villains if leaks are to be believed.

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How to complete Warzone Titanium Trials Endurance event challenges: All Terminator-themed rewards

Warzone Titanium Trials Endurance gives players plenty of Terminator-themed rewards to unlock, here’s how to earn them in Season 4 Reloaded.

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Warzone players can take part in the Terminator-themed Titanium Trials Endurance, a new mode that puts all of your skills to the test. There are free rewards such as Terminator-themed camos to earn, so here are all of the challenges and rewards.

Warzone Season 4 Reloaded wraps up soon, with Season 5 set to go live on August 24. On top of the Vargo-S Assault Rifle and weapon balancing changes, it brought a brand-new Terminator crossover to CoD’s battle royale.

Not only can players get their hands on T-800 and T-1000 skins from Terminator 2, but the brand-new Titanium Trials Endurance mode went live on August 11. This playlist dials up the difficulty with a higher TTK and health regeneration, making it a high-skill mode not for the fainthearted.

What makes the challenge worthwhile, however, is the boatload of free rewards that can be unlocked just by playing. Here are all of the challenges and rewards in Warzone Titanium Trials.

Warzone Titanium Trials Endurance challenges & rewards

There are 13 rewards in total that can be unlocked by anyone playing Warzone Titanium Trials Endurance such as Calling Cards, Double XP Tokens, and Ultra Weapon Camos.

Check out all of the rewards in Titanium Trials Endurance, and how to earn them, below:

Titanium Trials Endurance ChallengeTitanium Trials Endurance Rewards
Complete 1 execution in Titanium TrialsBattle Pass 2XP Token
Revive 10 Players in Titanium TrialsWeapon 2XP Token
Win a Gulag 5 times in Titanium TrialsEpic “Titanium Chrome” Vanguard Weapon Camo
Achieve a Top 10 finish in Titanium TrialsUncommon “I’ll Be Back” Progression Calling Card #1
Win 1 time in Titanium TrialsEpic “I Sense Injuries” Progression Calling Card #2
Win 2 times in Titanium TrialsEpic “I Sense Injuries” Progression Calling Card #3
Win 3 times in Titanium TrialsEpic “I Sense Injuries” Progression Calling Card #4
Win 4 times in Titanium TrialsBattle Pass Tier Skip
Complete all Titanium Trials challengesUltra “Liquid Metal” Vanguard Weapon Camo (Animated)
Win 5 times in Titanium TrialsLegendary “I’ll Be Back” Player Title.
Win 10 times in Titanium Trials.Legendary “Hasta La Vista, Baby” Player Title.
Win 15 times in Titanium Trials.Ultra “The Terminator” Progression Calling Card #5 (Animated)
Win 20 times in Titanium Trials.Ultra “Skynet” Vanguard Weapon Camo

Warzone Titanium Trials Endurance T-800 and T-1000 challenges & rewards

Warzone Titanium Trials Endurance challenge screen

In addition to the rewards listed above, players who have purchased either the T-800 or T-1000 Operator skins can earn bonus rewards by keeping them equipped when playing the mode.

Check out these extra rewards and challenges below:

Titanium Trials Endurance ChallengeTitanium Trials Endurance Rewards
Win a Titanium Trials victory while dressed as the T-800 Operator.Legendary “Thumbs Up” Animated Calling Card.
Win a Titanium Trials victory while dressed as the T-1000 Operator.Legendary “Cyberdyne Systems” Calling Card.
Killing a Terminator Operator, while dressed as a Terminator Operator.Legendary “Terminated” Calling Card.

Warzone Titanium Trials Endurance will be live until the end of Season 4, and then Season 5 kicks off, reportedly bringing an Umbrella Academy crossover and classic CoD villains.

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JGOD believes there’s no reason to use KBM instead of controller in Warzone

Warzone YouTuber JGOD has explained why there’s no reason to use mouse and keyboard instead of a controller.

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Warzone YouTuber JGOD

With Call of Duty: Warzone using crossplay, the community is split between controller and mouse and keyboard. While a mouse typically offers more precision, YouTuber JGOD explained why he thinks controller is the better option.

Like almost any triple-A shooter on the market, Warzone pits both controller and mouse and keyboard players against each other. There’s long been a debate about which input is better, with each having its unique pros and cons.

Mouse and keyboard offers much more precision and fine-aim control, but a controller’s aim assist does a ton of the work for you, allowing you to snap on and track players with ease — especially at close-range.

In an August 10 stream, YouTuber JGOD explained why he feels controller players will always have the edge, and why there’s no reason to use a keyboard and mouse.

“I think it’s easy for any controller player to kill any keyboard and mouse player,” explained JGOD. “It’s literally what aim assist is for.”

“I don’t understand why people play on keyboard and mouse on CoD, it’s just asking for frustrations with the game,” he continued. “I would say even if you’re really good on keyboard and mouse, you probably feel really good, but you watch your killcam and you always feel cheated.”

JGOD is so confident in controller and aim assist’s power that he believes that if he put 100 controller and 100 keyboard and mouse players against each other at random, “the controller players would dominate the keyboard and mouse players on average.”

He did say that this probably wouldn’t be the case in Apex Legends, but in Warzone, “the controller players would dominate them.”

Whether aim assist will be tweaked in Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone 2 remains to be seen, but JGOD believes that nerfing aim assist wouldn’t work because the high-skilled players would continue to dominate and lower-skilled players would struggle even more.

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