The Norse Knot weapon blueprint for the Cooper Carbine assault rifle (AR) is one of the very best guns to use in Season 2 of Warzone. Featuring one of the more unique designs in addition to a predetermined combination of attachments, this particular blueprint is proving popular with players dropping into Caldera and Rebirth Island on a regular basis.
With Raven Software applying doses of weapon balancing, the metagame of the battle royale changes often. With players always looking for the best weapons to use, they've resorted to this particular AR with the mid-season update on the horizon.
In this guide, find out how to obtain the Norse Knot weapon blueprint in Warzone along with our expert opinion on whether this particular assault rifle variation is worth using in the battle royale.
How to Unlock Norse Knot Blueprint
Rather than having to work through the Battle Pass or complete an in-game challenge, players can get their hands on the Norse Knot through a bundle available from the Warzone store.
The blueprint is part of the Pack Leader bundle that also includes a variety of cosmetic items and two free Battle Pass tier skips. Here's how to purchase the bundle:
- Head to the Warzone store.
- Select the Pack Leader bundle and select 'Purchase.'
- Enter the Loadouts menu and select the blueprint as your primary weapon.
Priced at 2400 COD Points, the Pack leader bundle is one of the more expensive content packs on offer but it does contain plenty of Legendary-tier content.
Norse Knot Blueprint Attachments
With the Cooper Carbine originally appearing as part of the Vanguard weapon arsenal, the Norse Knot features ten attachments that improve levels of firepower, accuracy, and ammunition capacity. Check out the full list of attachments below:
- Muzzle: Strife Compensator
- Barrel: 14" Gracey Rapid
- Optic: Nydar Model 47
- Stock: Cooper 45W
- Underbarrel: Carver Foregrip
- Ammo Type: Subsonic
- Rear Grip: Stippled Grip
- Perk 1: Brace
- Perk 2: On-Hand
While this combination of attachments does impact levels of mobility, the additional damage provided makes the Norse Knot one of the stronger AR blueprints to use in Warzone.
With success in mid-range engagements a huge factor, we recommend switching the Subsonic ammo to Lengthened to further boost the Cooper Carbine's impressive damage range.
Is The Norse Knot Blueprint Good in Warzone?
With plenty of players utilising the Norse Knot, I decided to give it a try. After dropping into a few matches, I quickly found myself succeeding with the Norse Knot where other weaponry let me down. The fast rate of fire in addition to the surprisingly low recoil levels made the Cooper Carbine extremely easy to control even with flinch impairing my vision.
If you're looking for the next best AR to use, I highly recommend the Norse Knot blueprint before the Cooper Carbine receives an inevitable nerf.