Call of Duty: Warzone 08 Apr 2021 9:11 AM +00:00

Warzone HDR Loadout, Setup And Attachments For Your Class


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.

The HDR in Modern Warfare's multiplayer is JUST as strong as its Battle Royale counter-part - here's the best setup for Warzone.

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1) All-Rounder

Primary Weapon

HDR Sniper Rifle

  • Muzzle Brake (Muzzle)
  • 26.9” HDR Pro (Barrel)
  • FTAC Champion (Stock)
  • Sleight of Hand (Perk)
  • Tac Laser (Laser)

These attachments increase the aim down sight (ADS) speed as much as possible, giving you the best chance to react quickly in a gunfight.

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Secondary Weapon

MP5 Submachine Gun

  • Subsonic Integral Suppressor (Barrel)
  • Classic straight-line Stock (Stock)
  • Stippled Grip Tape (Rear Grip)
  • 45-Round Mags (Ammunition)
  • Commando Foregrip (Underbarrel)

It's important to have a good back up weapon and the MP5 is the perfect gun to compliment the Kar98k.

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  • Lethal – Claymore
  • Tactical - Smoke Grenade

Having a claymore will allow you to setup in some great power positions while the smoke grenade will conceal you as you advance around the map.


  • EOD (Perk 1)
  • Overkill (Perk 2)
  • Tracker (Perk 3)

EOD increases your resistance to explosives, perfect when under fire from a grenade and even an airstrike while tracker allows you to see enemy footsteps for a small period of time, giving you a rough idea on where they might be hiding.

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