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As every player expected, the Bren from Call of Duty: Vanguard is one of the top weapon options in Warzone Pacific Season 1. The light machine gun is an average weapon in Vanguard multiplayer, but thanks to some specific attachments it dominates on Caldera. One of the main reasons why is because the Bren has so many useful attachments to equip on its loadout. Players can opt for a long-range build or use mobility attachments to have it excel in close-range. However, perhaps the most popular route is equipping the Bren with the attachments to increase its time-to-kill.
The Bren already kills quickly in Warzone Pacific with any adjustments from the loadout players decide to throw on it. With some specific attachments, though, players can increase its TTK even more and possess one of the most lethal weapons on Caldera.
Best TTK Bren loadout in Warzone Pacific
The main attraction to using a Vanguard LMG in Warzone Pacific is one specific barrel attachment. This attachment gives the LMGs no damage range drop-off, meaning they’ll kill in the same amount of shots at any distance. By pairing this with other attachments to increase damage, players can blow through enemies with just a few bullets.
- Muzzle: Mercury Silencer
- Barrel: Queen’s 705mm Royal
- Optic: SVT-40 PU Scope 3-6x
- Stock: Hockenson SP2B
- Underbarrel: m1941 Hand Stop
- Magazine: 6.5 Sakura 40 Round Mags
- Ammunition: Lengthened
- Rear Grip: Polymer Grip
- Perk: Tight Grip
- Perk2: Fully Loaded
The Queen’s 705mm Royal barrel is the attachment that gives the Bren no damage range drop-off. This is paired with the Mercury Silencer and 6.5 Sakura 40 Round Mags to give the Bren the most possible damage possible. The rest of the loadout focuses on recoil control and flinch resistance. This Bren loadout is perfect for medium to long range gunfights in Warzone Pacific. It also pairs nicely with the MP40 as a secondary, making for possibly the best weapon combination in Season 1.
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.