Rebirth Island has seen a huge uptick in popularity in Call of Duty: Warzone Season 2 Reloaded. Raven Software made some changes that make the map far more competitive and enjoyable than it was previously. As such, players have started to need a different kind of weapon. Rebirth is full of close-quarters action, so players can’t lug around a huge assault rifle or light machine gun most of the time. This means more agile submachine guns have become more meta than before. Agile submachine guns like the Milano 821, for example, have loadouts in Warzone that make them perfect for the gunfights on the island.
However, since the Milano 821 is an older weapon from Black Ops Cold War, some newer players might not have its most up-to-date loadout. If you fall into that category, you can keep reading below to see exactly what you should be using on the Milano in Warzone.
Best Milano 821 loadout in Warzone
The Milano 821 is a mobile-first SMG that can deal a ton of damage with the right attachments. It also doesn’t feature much recoil, meaning you can be deadly accurate while firing. Although, the Milano does need some help in the bullet velocity department, which the recommended loadout below addresses.
- Muzzle: Agency Suppressor
- Barrel: 10.5″ Ranger
- Laser: Tiger Team Spotlight
- Stock: Raider Stock
- Ammunition: STANAG 55 Rnd Drum
The first two attachments on the loadout, the Agency Suppressor and 10.5″ Ranger, are the keys. They both increase bullet velocity, as well as damage range. This means the Milano will kill much faster than before, given its bullets are traveling quicker.
The rest of the loadout aims to improve mobility and magazine capacity. The Tiger Team Spotlight helps with hip-fire accuracy while the Raider Stock boosts sprint-to-fire speed when going to aim down sights. Finally, the STANAG 55 Rnd Drum provides some extra bullets in each magazine so you can take on multiple teams at once.
This Milano 821 loadout in Season 2 of Warzone is sure to provide high-kill games for players on Rebirth Island and even Caldera.
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