Believed to be the largest drop of free content in the history of the storied first-person shooter franchise, the new season has bought in a wealth of brand-new content and changes to both titles.
For Warzone, Season One is the first season of Black Ops Cold War integration, with the entire weapon arsenal being shipped over along with the addition of new map Rebirth Island.
One of the new additions to the Warzone arsenal is the LW3 – Tundra from Black Ops Cold War.
This powerful bolt-action sniper is deadly at long-distance and may become one of the more popular snipers to use as Season One progresses.
In this guide, find the best attachments to use on the sniper along with the best Warzone loadout.
LW3 - Tundra Sniper Rifle
This particular sniper rifle packs a hefty punch. Thanks to its high damage statistics, it provides a one-shot kill to the head, chest, or shoulders.
The high damage output does come with a few drawbacks. The recoil after the shot has been fired is difficult to control and when scoped in for a prolonged period of time, the sway of the scope takes a long time to re-focus, meaning you may miss your chance to add another kill to your name.
Thanks to the Gunsmith, there are numerous attachment combinations that can be used to counter the sway and recoil.
With so many attachments to equip, what exactly are the best to use in Warzone?
LW3 - Tundra Best Attachments
- Infantry Stabilizer (Muzzle)
- 28.2” Tiger Team (Barrel)
- Vulture Custom Zoom (Optic)
- Fast Mag (Ammunition)
- Front Grip (Underbarrel)
This combination of attachments improves the idle sway of the scope along with reducing the powerful kick of the sniper.
The tiger team barrel further improves the damage output, guaranteeing a one-shot kill when hitting an enemy from the waist upwards.
The scope works very well in a variety of situations. With the ability to zoom between 1x and 10x, you can adjust the scope depending on the scenario, increasing the versatility of the Tundra.
- 9.3” Extended (Barrel)
- GRU 5mw Laser Sight (Laser)
- Tactical Stock (Stock)
- Spetsnaz 50 Rnd Drum (Ammunition)
- Spetsnaz Grip (Underbarrel)
Widely regarded as the strongest SMG from Black Ops Cold War, the AK-74u is the perfect accompaniment to the LW3 – Tundra.
The sniper understandably falls short in close-quarters combat, which is where the 74u comes into its own.
- Molotov Cocktail (Lethal)
- Heartbeat Sensor (Tactical)
The Molotov is a great way to deal a gradual amount of damage to an opponent. It can also be used to obstruct a doorway, forcing your opponent into a potential mistake.
The choice of the Heartbeat Sensor has become the standard in Warzone. Use it before entering a building to ensure it’s clear before scoping in with the Tundra.
- Double Time (Perk 1)
- Overkill (Perk 2)
- Shrapnel (Perk 3)
Double Time lengthens Tactical Sprint, enabling you to traverse the map faster while Overkill gives you the ability to run this deadly combination of weaponry.
Shrapnel is an interesting choice for Perk 3. You drop into the game with an additional Molotov which provides a bit more firepower.