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There were only a handful of weapons buffed by Raven Software in the Call of Duty: Warzone Season 4 Reloaded update. The studio decided to reduce the time-to-kill on a majority of guns to balance the battle royale, but a few weapons were changed in the other direction. One of those few is the Krig 6 assault rifle from Black Ops Cold War.
The Krig 6 has fallen out of favor in Season 4 after being a solid option in Season 3. It was overshadowed by guns like the FARA 83 and XM4, which had higher time-to-kills. Though, with the Season 4 Reloaded update, the Krig 6 received a slight buff to its damage while its counterparts mostly received nerfs. This means it’s time to explore the new best loadout for the Krig in Warzone.
Best Krig 6 loadout in Warzone
The exact buff for the Krig 6 in Season 4 Reloaded is as follows:
- Minimum Damage increased from 25 to 26
While this might not seem like much at first glance, it does help the Krig 6’s overall time-to-kill. This now puts it more in line with the FARA 83’s damage profile, which is considered the top AR in Warzone. The buff doesn’t change up the Krig 6’s recommended loadout much, but it should kill slightly quicker in Season 4.
- Muzzle: Agency Suppressor
- Barrel: 15″ CMV Mil-Spec
- Optic: Axial Arms 3x
- Underbarrel: Field Agent Grip
- Ammunition: Salvo 60 Rnd Fast Mag
To further increase the Krig’s damage, the Agency Suppressor is in place. This muzzle also suppresses sound when firing. In the barrel slot, the 15″ CMV Mil-Spec ensures the Krig 6’s bullet velocity is on par with top ARs in Warzone.
Closing out the loadout is three standard attachments that all do their job excellently. The Axial Arms 3x scope is one of the best optics in Warzone and the Field Agent Grip is a tried and true option for all ARs to reduce recoil. Finally, the Salvo 60 Rnd Fast Mag will make sure players don’t run out bullets too quickly when they’re reigning down fire with the Krig 6 in Season 4.
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.