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There is suddenly a whole new entourage of submachine guns that are viable in Call of Duty: Warzone Season 4 Reloaded but the best Armuguerra 43 loadout keeps this favorite weapon at the top of the meta still.
The recent midseason update buffed a number of SMGs, including the long-forgotten Uzi from Modern Warfare. This has added an entirely new layer to the meta, giving players more options than ever. While the older games are getting the bulk of attention in Season 4 Reloaded, Vanguard still holds the most dominant weapons in Warzone. One such gun that players can always fall back on is the Armaguerra 43, which still has a terrific Warzone loadout even after all of the recent buffs and nerfs.
The Armaguerra 43 was once the best SMG to use in Warzone. Its mobility and damage range were at the top of the SMG class, making it one of the better options for the smaller maps of Fortune’s Keep and Rebirth Island. While other guns might have surpassed it in the meta since, the Armaguerra 43 still has a top-notch loadout that can down enemies in a flash.
Best Armaguerra 43 loadout in Warzone
The Armaguerra’s loadout has actually changed slightly since the early days of Season 4. YouTuber and streamer IceManIsaac has designed a loadout that maximizes the Armaguerra 43’s strafe speed, giving players a better shot at keeping their aim assist on enemies. An increase in strafe speed allows players who are aiming down sights to catch up to enemies who are moving quickly.
- Muzzle: Recoil Booster
- Barrel: Imerito 180mm Short
- Optic: Slate Reflector
- Stock: Imerito TA Skeletal
- Underbarrel: SG98 Compact
- Magazine: 8mm Kurz 72 Round Mags
- Ammunition: Subsonic
- Rear Grip: Grooved Grip
- Perk 1: Vital/Hardscope
- Perk 2: Quick
While this loadout has many of the Armaguerra’s usual attachments, there are also a few attachments to boost strafe speed, such as the Grooved Grip and SG98 Compact underbarrel. This loadout makes the Armaguerra 43 a deadly threat at close to medium range.
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.