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The weapon meta for Call of Duty: Warzone Season 4 has seen several weapons make an appearance. There are the common mainstays like the AS VAL, CR-56 AMAX and MP5, holding their place in the meta as always. However, there are also some less common sights, like the Fennec, that have players wondering if they should create a new loadout.
Some clips have surfaced online that showcase the true power of the Fennec SMG. This has skyrocketed the popularity of the fast-firing weapon, which has never truly broken into the Warzone meta. That might change as Season 4 rages on though, and more players discover a recommended loadout for the Fennec SMG.
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Best Fennec loadout in Warzone
The Fennec’s biggest attribute is its deadly accuracy, while also having one of the best SMG fire rates. There’s little to no recoil on the Fennec, even without any attachments on its loadout. With the right attachments though, it becomes a laser beam at close to medium range.
To go with the recoil-reducing attachments, the recommended loadout also features some boosts to damage range and close-range ability. There’s nothing for long-range gunfights, meaning the Fennec should be used as a secondary weapon to a primary rifle.
- Barrel: ZLR18” Deadfall
- Underbarrel: Merc Foregrip
- Rear Grip: Stippled Grip Tape
- Laser: Tac Laser
- Ammunition: 40 Round Drum Mags
At the heart of this Fennec loadout is the ZLR18″ Deadfall barrel, which boosts damage, range bullet velocity and recoil control. Also, this attachment has a built-in suppressor, a nice bonus. Following the barrel are attachments for close-range: The Tac Laser and Stippled Grip Tape. The former boosts hip-fire accuracy and the latter increases sprint-to-fire time.
Rounding out the loadout is the Merc Foregrip to further reduce recoil, and the 40 Round Drum Mags for a larger clip size. This Fennec loadout might just stay in the Warzone meta for the duration of Season 4.
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.