Best Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 weapons

Now this Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0.1 Update It’s been out for a while, and we’ve got a clearer idea of ​​what the game’s weapon is. There are some clear winners to move on from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II, but there are other top-notch weapons that might surprise you. Of course, the weapon profile is constantly shifting as Activision updates the way firearms perform, so we’ll be sure to update this with each new patch.

These are the best Warzone 2.0 Weapons for the first season, sorted by weapon type. Keep in mind that some categories will be skipped, as they don’t have any viable options—let alone definition—at the moment.

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assault rifles

Taq 56

TAQ-56 in Warzone 2.0.

The TAQ-56 is currently the best assault rifle in the game. It is easy to use, has little recoil and kick, provides a fast time to kill (TTK), and has very clean iron sights, giving you a weapon attachment slot. This gun has a lot going for it, as it is a practical, versatile choice in the assault rifle category.

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Kastov 762 in Warzone 2.0.

Although the TAQ-56 is easily superior in many situations, the Kastov 762 actually performs better in certain scenarios. Kastov 762 has better TTK than TAQ, between 30 and 45 meters, and technically deals more damage across the board. Of course, since the Kastov is essentially an AK-47, it’s a lot slower and has significantly more recoil, so it’s not as dominant as it sounds. However, it is a great alternative to the TAQ-56 if you are a more skilled player.

Submachine guns

Fennec 45

Fennec 45 in Warzone 2.0.

Technically speaking, the Fennec 45 has one of the best TTKs up close, thanks to its ridiculous rate of fire of about 1091 rpm. So, on paper at least, it’s a meta weapon you should absolutely use, especially since you’ll likely win most 1v1 gunfights. The catch is that this gun has a low mag chamber chambering at 45, which means you’ll blast through the ammo pretty quickly. With that in mind, it’s not practical on Trios or Quads, where you’ll likely need to reload after each elimination. With that said, for solos, doubles, and 1v1 situations, this thing is untouchable.

Lachman pour

The Lachmann Sub in Warzone 2.0.

For a more practical option, we recommend the Lachmann Sub (primarily the MP5). This gun has comparable TTKs to the Fennec and a slower rate of fire, which means it’s less forgiving, but it won’t blast through ammo quickly. The Lachmann has plenty of power and does well in the mid-range, making it a versatile choice. It’s a little trickier to use than the Fennec, but if you plan on playing Trios or Quads, Lachmann’s is the way to go.



RPK in Warzone 2.0.

When it comes to range, practicality, and ease of use, few weapons come close to the RPK. This LMG is one of the best in the game, excelling over 45m and 60m. Since it’s an LMG, it’s definitely a slower option, but as long as you’re actually aiming at someone before they see you, you’ll likely win a gunfight.


RAAL MG in Warzone 2.0.

The RAAL MG is technically more powerful than the RPK, offering better TTK in most situations. It is dominant up close, at midrange, and even at distance, with a faster bullet speed than the RPK. However, this weapon feels much slower in almost every way, which can make the difference between winning and losing a gunfight. It has slow ADS speed, reload times, sprint-to-fire speed, and overall mobility, so it definitely has its downsides. However, once you actually make contact with the shots, this gun is absurdly good.

Marksman Rifles


EBR-14 in Warzone 2.0.

Since most of your links are in Warzone 2.0 It will happen in the long run, it’s a good idea to have a semi-auto shotgun to secure kills from afar. This is where the EBR-14 comes in, offering massive damage and ease of use, allowing you to quickly land follow-up shots with ease. It’s a little trickier to use than an assault rifle, but if you can spam the trigger fast enough, you’ll dominate the EBR-14.

sniper rifles

XMR Diet

The Victus XMR in Warzone 2.0.

While many of the game’s sniper rifles are powerful, the entire class is a little underutilized as it no longer secures one-hit kills on a fully covered enemy. The exception is the Victus XMR rifle, which is available as part of the Season 1 Battle Pass. It has high bullet speed, great handling, and is the most practical of all the snipers in the game. It’s a little slower, sure, but that’s a small price to pay because you can knock players down in one shot. If Activision updates other snipers to do the same thing, the sniper’s look will certainly be different, but for now, the Victus XMR is the clear winner.

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