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The PPSh-41 is one of the most-picked weapons in Call of Duty: Warzone Pacific Season 1. It has been duking it out with the MP40 for dominance over the submachine gun meta but players can’t go wrong with either weapon. However, the MP40 doesn’t have the overall versatility of the PPSh-41. Players have even discovered a new PPSh-41 loadout in Warzone Pacific that doesn’t require the use of aiming down sights.
Since the PPSh-41 has such a high rate of fire, it’s a perfect candidate for a hip-fire loadout. Hip-fire loadouts are those that use attachments to boost hip-fire accuracy at the expense of ADS and sprint-to-fire speeds. If players can be just as accurate when hip-firing a weapon, then that’s an ideal situation. The PPSh-41 possesses a loadout that allows it to do just that in Warzone Pacific.
Best hip-fire PPSh-41 loadout in Warzone Pacific
As players would expect, this loadout was created by a high-profile content creator AverageJoeWo. The creator published a new YouTube video recently that showcases this exact PPSh-41 loadout. The hip-fire accuracy of the loadout is maxed out to give players a deadly weapon that they don’t even need to aim down sights with.
- Muzzle: Oil Can Silencer
- Barrel: Kovalevskaya 230mm B03
- Optic: ZF4 3.5x Rifle Scope
- Stock: Removed Stock
- Underbarrel: Carver Foregrip
- Magazine: 8mm Nambu 71 Round Mags
- Ammo Type: Incendiary
- Rear Grip: Pine Tar Grip
- Perk 1: Fleet
- Perk 2: Quick
There are some strange attachments on this loadout that allow it to be a hip-fire machine. The Oil Can Silencer kicks things off, with the Removed Stock helping as well. However, the ZF4 3.5x Rifle Scope is the real key to the loadout, as players can maximize their effectiveness while hip-firing when they throw the scope on the PPSh-41.
The rest of the loadout is designed to increase recoil control and damage. The Incendiary rounds especially help with this, as they can deal damage over time. Players will want to use this loadout in close quarters to maximize their potential with it.
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.