13 Oct 2021 10:07 AM +00:00

Warzone HDR Loadout, Setup And Attachments For Your Class

The sniper rifle metagame in Warzone changes on a regular basis but one particular rifle that has withstood all of the changes is the HDR from Modern Warfare. With Season 6 underway, players are continuing to use this powerful bolt-action sniper to achieve success in long-distance duels across the rooftops of Verdansk and Rebirth Island.

With a number of attachments to choose from, it can be tricky to determine which are the best ones to select but after some testing, we've found the very best combination for Warzone.

In this guide, find the best attachments to use on the HDR along with the best loadout!

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HDR Warzone Best Attachments

  • Monolithic Suppressor (Muzzle)
  • 26.9" HDR Pro (Barrel)
  • Tac Laser (Laser)
  • Variable Zoom Scope (Optic)
  • 9 Round Mags (Ammunition)

This combination of attachments is perfect for scoring one-shot kills with ease as well as shredding through the armour of any opposition standing in the way.

As always, the monolithic suppressor makes an appearance in order to improve damage range while the choice of laser improves aim-down sight speed, giving you the ability to react quickly to a target.

HDR Warzone Best Loadout

Secondary - LC10

The LC10 SMG from Black Ops Cold War is one of the most versatile weapons to use and thanks to its incredible close-quarters and mid-range performance, it makes the perfect addition to go alongside the HDR.


  • EOD
  • Overkill
  • Amped

This Perk combination is very hard to beat.

EOD increases your resistance to explosives while Overkill improves customisation options by enabling you to select two primary weapons in the same loadout.

Lastly is Amped. This Perk increases weapon swap speed, allowing you to swap between the HDR and the LC10 as fast as possible.

Is the HDR Good In Warzone?

After using it for a few matches, the HDR certainly has its uses but the low mobility levels often let it down in times where quick reactions are necessary in order to win the gunfight. With the likes of the Kar98k available, it makes much more sense to select that rather than the heavy HDR but if you're a passive player, you shouldn't rule out using the sniper in your loadout.