Season 1 of Vanguard and Warzone Pacific is well underway and as players get to grips with the new weapons that have arrived in multiplayer and the brand-new Caldera map, a huge range of weapon blueprints have also made an appearance, adding a wealth of unique designs to the vast majority of the arsenal.
One blueprint that's proving to be extremely popular in both titles is the Cardinal Sin Blueprint for the NZ-41 assault rifle, which is actually named Marked. Sporting a chrome green and red colour scheme and a lethal set of attachments, the blueprint is incredibly effective in multiplayer and battle royale action. With that said, find out how to unlock the Cardinal Sin Blueprint in this guide!
How To Unlock Cardinal Sin Warzone Blueprint
While some blueprints are available to unlock by reaching specific Tiers in the Season 1 Battle Pass, others can be obtained by purchasing cosmetic bundles from the in-game store. This is the case for the Cardinal Sin blueprint, which is a part of the Deadly Sin store bundle, costing 1400 COD Points. To unlock it, simply select the bundle and it will be available to equip in the Gunsmith.
Cardinal Sin Warzone Blueprint Attachments
As with most blueprints, they feature a pre-determined set of attachments. Sometimes, these attachments aren't the best to use but in the case of the Cardinal Sin blueprint, they're surprisingly good. Here's a complete list of the attachments that come with the blueprint:
- Muzzle: MX Silencer
- Barrel: Ravenwood 480mm No.2
- Optic: Monocular Reflector
- Stock: Orbweaver Folding
- Underbarrel: M1941 Hand Stop
- Magazine: 8mm Klauser 30 Round Mags
- Ammo Type: Subsonic
- Rear Grip: Stippled Grip
- Proficiency/Perk: Unmarked
- Kit/Perk 2: Reach
Is The Cardinal Sin Blueprint Good?
Having used it in Vanguard and Warzone, the Cardinal Sin blueprint is one of the stronger blueprints that are currently available to purchase. With no need to change any of the attachments, you can simply equip it in a loadout and dive into the action. The minimal recoil combined with the deadly output of damage means it's very easy to score plenty of kills in Caldera and multiplayer.