Generally, most Call of Duty: Warzone players stick to two assault rifles: the M4A1 and Grau 5.56. Both are tremendously balanced weapons that provide high damage outputs and come with a slew of useful attachments. However, there’s another AR that should also garner your consideration, and that’s the Kilo-41.
Best Kilo-41 loadout
The Kilo-41 doesn’t do anything extremely well. Instead, the rifle does everything fairly decent, with no statistic truly lacking. So, you’re never going to be putting yourself at a disadvantage while using it in Warzone.
That said, there’s a wide variety of attachments to choose from with the Kilo-41. You can equip a stealthy loadout or go the opposite direction and use an all-out assault loadout. Though, we feel that it’s best to go with one that utilizes attachments from both of these spectrums.
- Muzzle: Monolithic Suppressor
- Barrel: Singuard Arms 16.6″ SOCOM
- Stock: Forge TAC Ultralight
- Underbarrel: Tactical Foregrip
- Ammunition: 50 Round Drum Magazines
This class is perfect if you’re looking to play balanced. The attachments don’t lean too far to either aggressive or stealthy. You can, of course, make a few loadouts that maximize different areas, but this one is the best overall class.
Using the Monolithic Suppressor is a must on nearly every Warzone loadout. The muzzle keeps you off the radar while also increasing damage and range. We’re also utilizing the 50 Round Drum Magazines to make sure reloading isn’t a problem. The negatives of the magazines are canceled out by the Forge TAC Ultralight stock, which is a lighter version of other options in the category.
The one aspect this loadout does not feature is an optical sight. If you feel so inclined, you can swap out the Tactical Foregrip or 50 Round Drum for an optic. We recommend the Aim-Op Reflex Sight or Cronen Mini Reflex, as both of these sights are great for short to medium-range.