The Warzone and Black Ops Cold War weapon arsenal feature a wide variety of categories featuring weapons that can be used in all kinds of in-game scenarios. Whether you want to get up close and personal with the opposition or deal damage from afar, there is a weapon to suit all styles of play. Alongside the sub-machine guns, sniper rifles, and assault rifles, there are Special weapons that are some of the most unique offerings across both titles.
If you're after a weapon that isn't a part of the metagame but still makes an impact over the course of a match, the Special weapons are certainly a category that should be considered when building the ultimate alternative loadout in Warzone and Black Ops Cold War. Which weapons make up the Special weapon category? Find out in this article!
Warzone And Black Ops Cold War Special Weapons
After nearly four and a half seasons of post-launch content, there are a total of four special weapons to select in Black Ops Cold War and Warzone. Each weapon differs greatly from the other, making this particular category the most diverse by some margin. Here's a full list of weapons that have been classed as special:
The M79 is the only one of the four weapons that can be unlocked by leveling up. Once you've reached Level 52 in either Cold War or Warzone. The remaining three have to be unlocked by completing an in-game challenge. The most recent special weapon to arrive in the Call of Duty universe is the Nail Gun, a compact weapon perfect for dealing a huge amount of damage in close-quarters combat.
Which Is The Best Special Weapon?
Considering each of the four weapons bears little to no resemblance to each other, it can be difficult to determine which of the weapons are the best to use. Depending on your style of play, each of the four special weapons is a viable option when building a loadout.
For close-range engagements, the Ballistic Knife and Nail Gun excel but if you're after something that performs well at longer distances, the R1 Shadowhunter is the better option.