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The selection of sniper rifles in Call of Duty: Warzone is vast. From quick-scoping snipers like the Kar98k and Swiss K31 to long-range beasts like the HDR, there are multiple options available to players. However, there are also options that have fallen to the wayside.
The LW3 Tundra from Black Ops Cold War is one such weapon. Despite dominating the sniper category last year, the LW3 Tundra and its loadout have been forgotten in Warzone.
This is mostly unwarranted, as the Tundra has a plethora of good qualities that make it a terrific option in the sniper rifle category. It simply doesn’t have the quick-scoping or long-range prowess of other snipers in the game. This Cold War sniper slides right into the middle of those categories, which could be appealing to some players in Season 2.
The full loadout for the LW3 Tundra in Season 2 is viewable below.
Best LW3 Tundra loadout in Warzone
In order to make the LW3 Tundra viable in Season 2, especially on the hectic Rebirth Island, players will have to increase its mobility. Specifically, players want to focus on the LW3 Tundra’s sprint-to-fire time, as that makes it stronger at quick-scoping. The recommended loadout for the LW3 Tundra in Season 2 does just that and more, as players can see below.
- Muzzle: Wrapped Suppressor
- Barrel: 29.1″ Combat Recon
- Laser: SWAT 5mw Laser Sight
- Underbarrel: Bruiser Grip
- Rear Grip: Serpent Wrap
The attachment to pay attention to is the Serpent Wrap, as this increases overall sprint-to-fire time. The SWAT 5mw Laser Sight also helps in the mobility department, giving players better hip-fire accuracy.
With the incoming changes to sniper rifles in Season 3 of Warzone, the LW3 Tundra might be one weapon to watch out for. It features great stats and a top-tier loadout as of right now. Whether Raven Software nerfs or buffs snipers in Season 3, the Tundra should be one that remains strong and could be inserted into the meta soon.
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.