This semi-automatic rifle is extremely easy to control and thanks to its minimal amount of damage drop-off, it’s capable of dealing with any target at any distance.
With a variety of attachments to equip within the Gunsmith, what exactly is the best combination?
Find out in this guide.
DMR 14 Cold War Zombies
Arguably the most mobile tactical rifle in the entire category, there are very few drawbacks when it comes to using the DMR in Zombies.
The fast rate of fire allows you to deal plenty of damage with just a few bullets while the high output of damage compensates for the small magazine.
With only 20 bullets in the magazine, it can be very easy to run out of ammo quickly but with the right set of attachments, it’s easy to increase this amount.
DMR 14 Cold War Zombies Attachments
These attachments are perfect for dealing with any undead opposition:
- Hawksmoor (Optic)
- 20.8” Match Grade (Barrel)
- Patrol Grip (Underbarrel)
- 30 RND Speed Mag (Magazine)
- Tactical Stock (Stock)
By equipping these attachments to the DMR, it’s incredibly easy to make it past the first six rounds without the need to invest in the Mystery Box or a wall-buy.
The speed mag increases reload speed alongside providing ten additional bullets for you to continue the undead slaying. As for the rest of the attachments, the tactical stock and patrol grip offer further increases in movement speed, making it extremely easy to navigate out of any difficult situations you may find yourself in.
Is The DMR 14 Good In Cold War Zombies?
In my opinion, the DMR 14 is easily one of the strongest weapons to be using in your Cold War Zombies loadout.
The combination of mobility and impressive damage output regardless of distance allows the DMR to stand out from the rest of the weapon arsenal.
Since using it from the start of Season 2, it’s become a regular part of my Zombies loadout and after testing a variety of other weapons, there are few that come close to the DMR.