16 Jul 2021 12:55 PM +00:00

The Best 725 Loadout To Use In Warzone Season 4

Warzone's got a lot of shotgun options, but is the 725 worth using? With Season 4 Reloadedin full swing, the shotgun is more than capable of dominating the opposition in close-quarters action.

The quick burst of two shots is more than enough to break the armour and down an opponent, but despite its immense power, its slow reload speed and small ammo capacity, it has quickly fallen out of favour with players.

However, if you're after an unorthodox secondary weapon, the 725 is ideal and still has an impact on the streets of Verdansk and Rebirth Island.

With so many attachments to choose from, what exactly are the best to use? Find out in this guide.

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Despite a number of nerfs having a drastic impact on its range and overall performance, the 725 is still a weapon that should be considered when building the ultimate Warzone loadout.

If you're looking for outright damage when up close and personal with an opponent, this shotgun is the perfect tool for the job.

725 Warzone Best Attachments

Here are the best attachments to equip onto the 725:

  • Monolithic Suppressor (Muzzle)
  • Tempus 32" Competition (Barrel)
  • Ranger Foregrip (Underbarrel)
  • Slug Rounds (Ammunition)
  • FORGE TAC Commander (Guard)
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This particular combination of attachments increases damage range even further, almost guaranteeing a one-shot kill in close-quarters combat.

The choice of foregrip and guard provides some much-needed stability when firing the 725, enabling you to maintain high levels of accuracy in the heat of battle.

725 Warzone Best Loadout

Primary Weapon - CR-56 AMAX

Very few weapons can contest with the immense versatility of the CR-56 AMAX. While it dominates in mid-range and long-distance duels, its lack of mobility means it can be tricky to handle in close-range situations.

The lack of close-quarters performance is where the 725 comes into its own as the perfect secondary weapon to do the job when up close with an enemy.

Perks

  • EOD
  • Overkill
  • Amped
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This Perk selection is essential if you're to make it into the latter stages of a match.

EOD provides increased explosive resistance, Overkill grants you the ability to run two primary weapons in the same loadout, and Amped increases weapon swap speed which enables you to react quickly to any situation you may find yourself in.