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There are some weapons in Call of Duty: Warzone that have never truly left the meta. Guns like the MP5, Kar98k and others, are consistently in the mix each season. Also featured on that loadout list is the Kilo 141, the first assault rifle to top the meta when Warzone first released.
The Kilo has been a mainstay for players who need a trusty rifle. Its stats have never really been altered, meaning it doesn’t go through the process of being removed and added back to player loadouts. Speaking of loadouts, the Kilo 141 has a very competitive one in Season 3 of Warzone, that can challenge any other weapon of its kind.
Best Kilo 141 loadout in Warzone
Like other rifles atop the meta, the Kilo 141 boasts terrific accuracy, range and damage. It has a decent time-to-kill but will be outgunned by a strong tactical rifle. In terms of regular rifles though, little can overpower the Kilo 141.
These stats allow the Kilo’s loadout to be a little more flexible than others. Accuracy is still key with this weapon in season 3 though. Its damage and range are already strong but are helped further by the non-existent recoil that the Kilo’s top loadout features.
- Muzzle: Monolithic Suppressor
- Barrel: Singuard Arms 19.8″ Prowler Barrel
- Optic: VLK 3.0x Optic
- Underbarrel: Commando Foregrip
- Ammunition: 60 Round Mags
Starting off, the Monolithic Suppressor is the preferred muzzle attachment for nearly every weapon in Warzone. It reduces recoil and suppresses gunfire to keep players off the map. Another attachment to help with recoil is the Commando Foregrip.
For a barrel, the Singuard Arms 19.8″ Prowler Barrel is as good as it gets. This attachment boosts the Kilo’s damage, range and bullet velocity but does sacrifice some ADS time. Finally, the final two attachments are the VLK 3.0x Optic and the 60 Round Mags, both of which are fairly self-explanatory.
Players who enjoy getting into medium to long-range gunfights in Warzone will undoubtedly love this Kilo 141 loadout.
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.