The best Tec-9 loadout in Call of Duty: Warzone Season 3
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The best Tec-9 loadout in Call of Duty: Warzone Season 3

A way to shake up the meta

The meta of Call of Duty: Warzone is about to get shaken up yet again with the release of Season 4 just over the horizon, and Raven Software is likely making preparations to release a slew of weapon balancing changes. Before that happens, players can shake up the meta themselves by using some underrated guns in Season 3, like the Tec-9 from Black Ops Cold War, which has a great, mobile loadout in Warzone.

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The Tec-9 doesn’t do anything better than other submachine guns in the game, especially those SMGs from Vanguard. The MP40, Welgun, and Armaguerra 43, for example, all possess stronger stats and generally better performance. However, the Tec-9, with the right loadout, can come close to matching those guns. This allows players to use the Tec-9 without hampering themselves gameplay-wise. Also, they could be ahead of the curve if Raven Software decides to buff the Tec-9 with the Season 4 update.

Best Tec-9 loadout in Warzone

Compared to other top weapons in Warzone, the Tec-9 actually has a decent time-to-kill. The Tec-9 has a 540 ms TTK within 15 meters, which is slightly better than the Welgun, which has a 704 ms TTK. If players are accurate enough, then they can kill extremely quickly with the Tec-9 and its top loadout.

  • Muzzle: Full Auto Repeater
  • Barrel: 7.3″ Reinforced Heavy
  • Underbarrel: Field Agent Grip
  • Magazine: STANAG 48 round
  • Rear Grip: Airborne Elastic Wrap

To help with staying on target, players can utilize the Field Agent Grip to increase recoil control. The Reinforced Heavy barrel provides extra range while the Airborne Elastic Wrap improves mobility so players can dominate in close-range. While it might not be the top SMG in Warzone, the Tec-9 is a serviceable weapon that’s enjoyable to use.

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