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The FARA 83 was widely considered the best weapon in Call of Duty: Warzone for a majority of Season 4. It had unmatched damage and accuracy that paired nicely with its moderate fire rate. However, Raven Software had seen enough of the FARA in Verdansk and decided to nerf it with Season 4 Reloaded.
This nerf has dropped the weapon’s status quite significantly. While many players still use it, the FARA is no longer considered the best weapon in the game. There are other assault rifles, like the C58, that can easily match its output and even offer some additional benefits. Still, some players are still equipping the FARA and need to learn the best loadout for it.
Best FARA 83 loadout in Warzone
The biggest nerf to the FARA 83 in Season 4 Reloaded of Warzone was to its damage profile. Its headshot multiplier, minimum and maximum damage range were all nerfed with the update. This now puts it on par with the wide majority of assault rifles in Season 4.
While it might not have the redeeming qualities that it once did, the FARA is still a solid rifle to use. It keeps its laser-like accuracy and decent fire rate. The only thing that needs some adjusting is its damage range, which can be fixed in the recommended loadout.
- Muzzle: GRU Suppressor
- Barrel: 18.7″ Spetsnaz RPK Barrel
- Optic: Axial Arms 3x
- Underbarrel: Spetsnaz Grip
- Ammunition: Spetsnaz 60 Rnd
For sheer damage range purposes, the GRU Suppressor and 18.7″ Spetsnaz RPK Barrel are the perfect solutions. Both offer an increase to the stat and add some additional recoil control as well. The RPK Barrel also increases bullet velocity while the GRU Suppressor silences shots.
Bringing up the rear of the loadout is the Spetsnaz Grip. This offers even more recoil control. The Spetsnaz 60 Rnd mag also allows more bullets in the clip. Finally, the Axial Arms 3x scope is a perfect zoom for those medium to long-range gunfights that this FARA 83 loadout dominates in Warzone.
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.