The G-43 is a unique weapon in Call of Duty: Vanguard multiplayer that hasn’t earned its place among the top weapons as of yet. Other weapons have taken the spotlight in the early going but the G-43 is definitely worth players’ time if they decide to level it up. During this process, they’ll discover that a certain set of attachments on the G-43’s loadout can be extremely useful in Vanguard.
With Warzone Pacific launching in a couple of weeks, it might be prudent for players to begin leveling the G-43. Last year, the DMR 14 Marksman Rifle in Black Ops Cold War took over Warzone when the two games integrated. While it’s unclear whether the G-43 could do the same when Vanguard integrates, it’s worth it for players to be prepared. They can get used to the G-43 by equipping its best loadout in Vanguard prior to Season 1.
Best G-43 loadout in Vanguard
At the basis of the G-43 loadout is an attachment that actually turns it into more of an assault rifle. This attachment, paired with other standard ones to improve recoil control and damage range, make the G-43 a formidable weapon in Vanguard multiplayer.
- Muzzle: F8 Stabilizer
- Barrel: Wyvern 570MM Full-Auto
- Optic: Slate Reflector
- Stock: Wyvern Skeletal
- Underbarrel: SMLE Pistol Grip
- Magazine: 8MM Klauser 20 Round Mags
- Ammo Type: Lengthened
- Rear Grip: Stippled Grip
- Proficiency: Fleet
- Kit: Fully Loaded
The main attachment players want to equip is the Wyvern 570MM Full-Auto barrel. This makes the G-43 a fully-auto rifle and can decimate enemies at medium-range. To help further that cause, players can also equip the F8 Stabilizer and 8MM Klauser 20 Round Mags for extra damage range and bullets to compensate for the new fully-auto firing.
The rest of the loadout focuses more on mobility. The Wyvern Skeletal and SMLE Pistol Grip improve ADS and sprint-to-fire speeds while the Fleet Proficiency increases movement speed. The final attachment of note is the Lengthened Ammo Type for maximum bullet velocity to put down enemies even quicker with this G-43 loadout.
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