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The Krig 6 is the one assault rifle that players run more than any other in Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War League Play. Although this fixture could be crumbling a bit with the recent boom of the FFAR, the Krig 6 is still the preferred rifle for most players and professionals of League Play around the world.
As such, there’s a deadly loadout for the Krig 6 that’s tailored for competitive. This loadout turns the AR into a killing machine capable of taking over any League Play match.
Best Krig 6 loadout for Black Ops Cold War
When players load into League Play, the remnants of this loadout will already be in the create-a-class. Treyarch implemented professionally approved pre-made loadouts in League Play. Each of these loadouts feature different attachments, equipment and perks that serve all manner of playstyles in Black Ops Cold War.
However, most players have taken to creating their own loadout, or copying one from a professional player, that they know works. The recommended loadout for the Krig 6 comes from the Call of Duty League and is currently in use by most assault rifle players. Of course, if it’s good enough for them, one would presume it’s good enough for the general population.
- Optic: Microflex LED
- Muzzle: Infantry Compensator
- Barrel: 19.7″ Ranger
- Underbarrel: Field Agent Grip
- Magazine: 40 Rnd
- Handle: Airborne Elastic Wrap
- Stock: Raider Stock
The immediately noticeable factor of this loadout is that it utilizes seven attachments. This is done through the Gunfighter Wildcard, which is popular among assault rifle classes in League Play. ARs typically don’t need as many perks as submachine gun players do; it’s recommended to swap the Perk Greed Wildcard with Gunfighter.
The actual loadout is extremely straightforward. Recoil is reduced, bullet velocity and magazine size are increased and, finally, mobility is boosted. Players will be hard-pressed to find a more balanced Krig 6 loadout in Black Ops Cold War, and they should have no problem slaying out in League Play with it equipped.
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.