Call of Duty: Warzone - .50 GS loadout setup

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Call of Duty: Warzone allows players the opportunity to craft their own loadout from loadout drops.

Among several new and innovative features in the standalone title is the Loadout Drop, a supply drop that is dropped at a random location on the map and can be obtained for $6000 at a Buy Station.

This rifle was added to the game in the 1.19 patch update and the .50 GS in Modern Warfare's multiplayer is JUST as good as its battle royale counterpart - here's the best setup for Warzone.

Read more - Best drop kit loadouts to use in Warzone

1) The One Deag

Secondary Weapon

.50 GS

  • Forge TAC Enforcer (Barrel)
  • 1mW Laser (Laser)
  • Match Grade Trigger (Trigger Action)
  • 13 Round Mags (Ammunition)
  • Stippled Grip Tape (Rear Grip)

This selection of attachments is the best balance of damage output, fast rate of fire, and recoil control. Adding a laser further improves accuracy when firing from the hip, perfect to be accurate when there’s no time to aim down the sights.

Primary Weapon

M4A1 Assault Rifle

  • FFS Light (Barrel)
  • FTAC Collapsible (Stock)
  • Stippled Grip Tape (Rear Grip)
  • 10mm Mags (Ammunition)
  • Commando Foregrip (Underbarrel)

The primary weapon is up to you, the M4A1 is undoubtedly the best all-around weapon for this mode.


  • Semtex (Lethal)
  • Heartbeat Sensor (Tactical)

Your secondaries will depend on your playstyle and weaponry, if you're using a rifle it might be a good idea to use the heartbeat sensor to storm houses where you'll need to have the heads up.


  • Double Time (Perk 1)
  • High Alert (Perk 2)
  • Battle Hardened (Perk 3)

Your perks will also depend on your playstyle - Double Time and High Alert are great perks if you're finding yourself lingering in the open.

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