The best HDR loadout in Call of Duty: Warzone Season 3
HDR loadout in Warzone
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The best HDR loadout in Call of Duty: Warzone Season 3

The new top dog in the sniper rifle class

In Season 3 of Call of Duty: Warzone, a new sniper rifle has claimed the top spot in the meta. Thanks to the nerfs to the Kar98k and Swiss K31, players have found a new weapon to dominate with. Players have decided to return to Warzone’s original dominant sniper, the HDR, thanks to its fantastic loadout in Season 3.

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The problem some players might have with the HDR is that they weren’t playing when it was a popular gun. After all, the HDR was really only popular up until the introduction of Black Ops Cold War, at which point guns like the Swiss K31 and LW3 Tundra took over the game. Players who have never used the HDR before might be clamoring for its best loadout so they can go toe-to-toe with players in the new season.

Players can see the full loadout for the HDR in Season 3 of Warzone if they keep reading below.

Best HDR loadout in Warzone Season 3

The loadout for the HDR hasn’t been altered too drastically since its original rise to meta dominance in the early seasons of Warzone. However, many fans might have forgotten and not even know what that loadout is now in 2022.

  • Muzzle: Monolithic Suppressor
  • Barrel: 26.9″ HDR Pro
  • Laser: Tac Laser
  • Stock: FTAC Stalker-Scout
  • Magazine: 9 Round Mags

This loadout begins as many Modern Warfare loadouts do, and that’s with the Monolithic Suppressor. This attachment allows players to stay stealthy and reduce their recoil. The rest of the loadout is designed to increase damage, range and mobility. The HDR Pro barrel accomplishes the increase in damage and range while the Tac Laser and FTAC Stalker-Scout boost mobility.

Players will be able to dominate any facet of Warzone with this HDR loadout in Season 3.

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