Best Renetti loadout in Warzone Season 1
The best Renetti loadout in Warzone Season 1
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Best Renetti loadout in Warzone Season 1

Go Akimbo or go home

With the new version of Call of Duty: Warzone giving you the Overkill perk permanently on all of your loadouts, there hasn’t been much reason to run a pistol as a secondary. After all, you can use a submachine gun at no extra cost. However, if you’re looking to change things up, the Renetti has an amazing and enjoyable loadout in Warzone.

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To see the best loadout for the Renetti in Warzone, keep reading my guide below.

Best Renetti loadout in Warzone

  • Muzzle: Corvus Series-D
  • Barrel: MLX Short Competition Barrel
  • Laser: XTEN Sidearm L-400
  • Rear Grip: Akimbo Renetti
  • Magazine: 50 Round Drum
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As you might expect, this loadout for the Renetti is centered around the Akimbo attachment in the Rear Grip section. For those unfamiliar, the Akimbo attachment allows you to equip two of the Renetti, one in each hand. This lets you double your firepower, but removes your ability to aim down sights, meaning this loadout is solely meant for close range engagements.

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Surrounding the Akimbo Renetti attachment, I have a couple of attachments, the XTEN Sidearm L-400 and MLX Short Competition Barrel, that increase hipfire spread and accuracy, since that’s all you’ll be doing with these guns in Warzone. Next, the Corvus Series-D eliminates gun kick, which is important to stay on target when you’re hipfiring. And finally, the 50 Round Drum gives you 100 total bullets across both of your Renettis, giving you all of the opportunity in the world to take down multiple enemies in Warzone.

Best Class Setup for the Renetti in Warzone

Primary Weapon

  • MTZ Interceptor, RAM-7, Pulemyot 762, BAS-B, or anything comparable


  • Perk 1: Double Time
  • Perk 2: Sleight of Hand
  • Perk 3: Tempered
  • Perk 4: Resolute


  • Lethal: Throwing Knife
  • Tactical: Stim

The Renetti might not be a better option than most SMGs as a secondary in Season 1, but it’s an incredibly fun weapon to use with this particular loadout, so long as you’re staying in close quarters with it.

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