11 Aug 2021 12:01 PM +00:00

GRAU 5.56 Warzone Loadout: Setup, Build And Best Attachments For Your Class

Is the Grau 5.56 assault rifle back and the cream of the crop in Warzone? The weapon remains one of the more popular weapons in the arsenal. Despite being hit by a few nerfs in past updates, players are still falling back to this weapon for its reliability, damage, and accuracy.

With Season 5 in its early stages, Raven Software is expected to implement more changes to weapon performance, meaning we may see this weapon increase in popularity once again.

Here are the best GRAU loadout and attachments to use in Warzone!

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Grau 5.56 Warzone Best Attachments

  • Monolithic Suppressor (Muzzle)
  • Tempus 26.4" Archangel (Barrel)
  • Tac Laser (Laser)
  • Commando Foregrip (Underbarrel)
  • 60 Round Mags (Ammunition)
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This set of attachments is perfect for any situation, providing a strong damage output, minimal levels of recoil, and a crisp iron sight to keep your target in focus regardless of how far away they are.

Grau 5.56 Warzone Loadout

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Perks

  • Double Time (Perk 1)
  • Ghost (Perk 2)
  • Spotter (Perk 3)
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These perks are interchangeable depending on your playstyle, but in Warzone they are the better choices in Warzone.

Grenades

  • C4 (Lethal)
  • Stun Grenade (Tactical)
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A stun grenade and C4 combination will be lethal when try to tackle multiple enemies.

Is The GRAU 5.56 Good In Warzone?

After spending a bit of time using this particular build, I can safely say that the GRAU is still one of the best assault rifles to be using in Warzone.

It may not have the fastest fire rate but its incredible control makes it very easy to take down opponents from all kinds of distances.

With Raven Software continuing to balance the entire weapon arsenal, there's every chance that the Grau could work its way back into the loadouts of players and if you haven't yet used it, I would certainly recommend giving the rifle a spin.