Call of Duty: Warzone 2 is now officially live for all players. Any user can drop into Al Mazrah, either as a solo or in a squad, and experience the new battle royale for themselves. While many aspects of the game have changed from its predecessor, there are quite a few aspects that have not been touched. The ability to make a Custom Loadout has remained the same, so players should make a few loadouts before they drop into their first match. To see how to actually acquire a loadout in Warzone 2, you can check out our previous guide. If you’re wondering what loadout to use in Warzone 2, then you might want to check out the M4 before any other gun.
The M4 was predicted to be one of the best-performing assault rifles in Warzone 2 due to how strong it is in Modern Warfare 2. As such, the M4 has already become one of the most popular weapons in the game on the first day. If you have the M4 leveled up, then you’ll be able to take advantage of its strongest set of attachments.
To see the full loadout for the M4 in Warzone 2, keep reading below.
Best M4 loadout in Warzone 2
The M4 is already a great assault rifle without any attachments, so players don’t need to equip any special attachments on its loadout. The best loadout for the M4 is a basic one, but it improves all of the AR’s base stats to make it one of the best Warzone 2 weapons.
- Muzzle: Echoless-80
- Barrel: Hightower 20″ Barrel
- Optic: Cronen Mini Pro
- Underbarrel: FSS Sharkfin 90
- Magazine: 60 Round Mag
This loadout is reminiscent of the M4’s loadout from the original Warzone. We have the Echoless-80 suppressor to keep you off of the radar; it will also increase damage range, recoil control, and bullet velocity. That’s followed up by the 20″ Hightower Barrel to also boost damage range. The Cronen Mini Pro is great close-mid range gunfights while the FSS Sharkfin 90 increases stability. Finally, the 60 Round Mag allows players to stay in gunfights longer without having to reload.
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