Customizing your loadout is an essential part of the Warzone 2.0 experience. It’s important to understand the current loadout meta to give yourself every possible advantage. On this page we’ll break down the best warzone loadouts based on the latest patch.
Warzone 2.0 loadouts refers to a set of customizations that a player can make that will impact their weaponry selection and perk package selection. These customizations will have a large impact on playstyle but also competitiveness as the game meta changes (“meta” refers to strategies used for competitive play that are most effective). Players often seekout (and share) loadouts to keep up with the latest meta.
In Warzone 2.0, a user can customize (follow links to detailed breakdowns of each):
Click each weapon to view complete loadout details, including recommended attachments and perks.
Many warzone veterans have commented that Warzone 2.0 players more like a traditional Battle Royale-style (methodical and often slow-paced) game than the original warzone, especially if you were a Resurgence regular. Currently, the only map available, Al Mazrah, is fairly large and will advantage certain playstyles (long range rifles and snipers). In addition to the larger map, players have remarked that TTK (time to kill) is short, which make features like low recoil and short ADS (aim down sites) critical to success in Warzone 2.0. It’s definitely worthwhile to get a few drops in to grab some first hand experience before trying to wrap your head around optimizing your loadouts.
As Warzone 2.0 and Modern Warfare 2 are still fairly new, it may take you a while to grind out all your attachments. This is a great opportunity to try out different playstyles and primary weapons to see what feels right for you.
If you want to take weapon customization to the limit then be sure to checkout our guide on how to grind out gun camos as fast as possible.
Zleague.gg has one of the largest communities of Warzone players on our mobile app. Download the app today and share your favorite loadouts in the feed to get feedback from other community members. You can share clips to show your custom loadouts in action and find yourself some new followers. While you’re there, try the Team Up feature to form new squads and check out each member’s performance stats.
Will players move to Apex Legends given the negative feedback Warzone 2 has received from community?
It’s no secret that many Warzone fans aren’t happy with how Warzone 2 was rolled out. This outcry from loyal players has prompted Activision to quickly follow-up with major changes in Season 2 of Warzone 2, with many seeing this as a reversal to Warzone 1 mechanics (in a good way).
However, will Warzone 1 players return in droves or has the damage already been done? One title that has been gaining in popularity while Activision figures out what they want Warzone 2 to become is Apex Legends. Taking a look at the data available through Steam, we see that while Warzone has been losing players, Apex Legends has been gaining:
Couple this with popular streamers, like DrDisrespect claiming that Apex Legends is a better Battle Royale, players must be wondering what this means for the future of Warzone 2.
“There’s so many different elements in the game that require a sense of brains to make a decision and to execute the decision. That’s why I like Apex. You could feel intelligent design behind the game“, explains DrDisrespect in a recent YouTube video.
Looking to play some duos or trios this weekend? Zleague.gg has one of the largest communities of Warzone players on our mobile app. Download the app today and share your favorite loadouts in the feed to get feedback from other community members. You can share clips to show your custom loadouts in action and find yourself some new followers. While you’re there, try the Team Up feature to form new squads and check out each member’s performance stats.
You can also test out your loadouts in competitive play with Z League’s Warzone tournaments. All of Z League’s tournaments leverage proprietary skill-based matchmaking (SBMM) algorithms to ensure that you’re always placed in a division with similarly-skilled players.