With the high-paced speed of Call of Duty: Warzone matches nowadays, players need a weapon that can kill fast and efficiently. This goes double for players looking to hop into a match on Fortune’s Keep or Rebirth Island. With the size of those maps, close-range encounters are all but a certainty. While there are certainly great options from Vanguard, players might want to dip into the Modern Warfare well during Season 4. If they do, then they should consider using the Fennec, which has an extremely fast-killing loadout in Warzone.
The Fennec is widely known among veteran players for having one of the best time-to-kills in the entire game. The submachine gun hasn’t been in the meta for quite some time due to the newer integrations taking the spotlight. However, despite this, players should try out the Fennec in Season 4 and see if it’s worth a secondary SMG slot on their loadouts. To make that experience better, players would need to use the recommended set of attachments for the Fennec.
To see the full loadout for the Fennec in Warzone Season 4, keep reading below.
Best Fennec loadout in Warzone
One aspect that puts the Fennec above most other SMGs from older games is its fire rate; the SMG fires faster than almost any other weapon in Warzone, allowing it to achieve ahigh TTK. However, it does still need some additional attachments to make it viable in gunfights.
- Barrel: ZLR 18″ Deadfall
- Laser: Tac Laser
- Perk: Sleight of Hand
- Underbarrel: Operator Foregrip
- Ammunition: 40 Round Drum Mags
The Fennec has a built-in suppressor, so using the Monolithic Suppressor is pointless. Instead, players can use the Tac Laser and Sleight of Hand to greatly improve their mobility. These attachments are paired with the Operator Foregrip for extra recoil control and the ZLR 18″ Deadfall barrel for added damage range. The 40 Round Drum Mags’ increased capacity allows players to kill more than one enemy with the Fennec before having to reload.
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.