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The Season 5 weapon balancing update in Call of Duty: Warzone introduced a plethora of changes to the game. For starters, there were several guns and loadouts knocked off their pedestal and reintroduced to the normal meta. Of course, with this, there were also weapons that moved up in the metagame. One of these lucky few guns was the Stoner 63, which is now regarded as one of the best LMGs in Warzone.
The Stoner 63 has always been a viable weapon in Warzone, especially with a terrific loadout. Players can take out numerous enemies at one time with a single clip, and not break a sweat while doing so. Much of this success can be attributed to its attachments, which haven’t changed much in Season 5, but that’s for the best.
Best Stoner 63 loadout in Warzone
There aren’t any out-of-the-ordinary attachments with the ideal Stoner 63 loadout in Warzone. Most of the attachments are standard for a Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War weapon and any veteran will probably be aware of the loadout. However, for new players, this loadout can achieve an enormous amount of success in the right hands.
- Muzzle – Agency Suppressor
- Barrel – 20.7″ Match Grade
- Optic – Axial Arms 3x
- Underbarrel – Field Agent Grip
- Ammunition – 120 Round Speed Mag
Starting off the loadout is how almost every Cold War weapon loadout begins, with the Agency Suppressor. This tried and true attachment reduces recoil, adds damage range and eliminates sound when firing. Moving on, the 20.7″ Match Grade barrel is perfect for any LMG loadout, as it adds bullet velocity, recoil stabilization and extra damage range.
The last three elements of the loadout aren’t as exciting but they get the job done. The Axial Arms 3x is a great middle-ground scope, the Field Agent Grip massively reduces recoil and the 120 Round Speed Mag adds more magazine capacity and a faster reload. This comes at the cost of ADS speed though, so running and gunning isn’t going to be the best option with this Stoner 63 loadout in Warzone Season 5.
Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 6+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.