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The Double Barrel shotgun has become infamous in Call of Duty: Vanguard multiplayer thanks to its top loadout. Players, especially those who play Shipment and Das Haus, know the Double Barrel all too well. However, in Warzone Pacific, the gun hasn’t garnered the same traction. That might change, though, when players try out the Double Barrel as a secondary loadout on Caldera in Warzone Pacific.
Players from Vanguard will know the best Double Barrel loadout utilizes the Akimbo attachment. This allows players to have two of the shotguns in their hands for added lethality. While this is still a viable loadout in Warzone Pacific, players should opt for more accuracy with the weapon over double the firepower. Of course, this comes down to personal playstyle, but players can check out the recommended Double Barrel loadout in Warzone Pacific for themselves below.
Best Double Barrel loadout in Warzone Pacific
As with every other shotgun in Warzone, the Double Barrel’s only real use is as a secondary weapon with the Overkill perk. The primary weapon should be an assault rifle or sniper rifle to engage in longer range gunfights. With the Double Barrel, players should be keeping gunfights close, which is what its top loadout specializes in.
- Muzzle: G28 Compensator
- Barrel: LJ-18 Defender
- Stock: SA-12R
- Underbarrel: Mark VI Skeletal
- Ammo Type: Incendiary
- Rear Grip: Fabric Grip
- Perk: Vital
- Perk 2: Quick
The damage of this loadout is what makes it stand out from other shotguns. The Incendiary Ammo Type is a cheap tactic but it allows players to deal fire damage to enemies they hit. This reduces damage range but as long as players keep gunfights close, it won’t matter much. Damage is also increased with the Vital perk, which increases the critical hit area.
The rest of the loadout focuses on recoil control and mobility. Players will be able to pull up the Double Barrel faster and also keep it under control when firing its two shots.
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.