FaZe Booya rediscovers iconic Warzone meta with Cold War AR
Warzone pro FaZe Booya has revealed a blast from the past Warzone loadout that highlights one of the most well-liked weapon metas in Warzone history.
FaZe Booya is back with another loadout that is set to dominate Rebirth Island. Recently, the Call of Duty content creator showcased a unique Kilo loadout and now he has his sights set on yet another beloved weapon from Warzone’s past.
If you’ve been playing Warzone for years, you’ll know that Black Ops Cold War provided some of the most overpowered weapons the battle royale has ever seen. It turns out many of these weapons are still viable today and this Assault Rifle is no different.
The FFAR meta was enjoyed by the majority of Warzone players due to how fun it was to wield the weapon. The Assault Rifle wasn’t exactly easy to use with its notable recoil but it provided some entertaining gunfights at close and medium range.
FaZe Booya FFAR Warzone loadout
- Muzzle: Suppressor
- Underbarrel: Bruiser Grip
- Stock: Raider Stock
- Magazine: STANAG 50 Rnd Fast Mag
- Rear Grip: Serpent Wrap
Although you may have fond memories of the FFAR, Booya’s attachments are certainly different from what they were at the peak of the FFAR meta.
A major change altered the Suppressor attachment in Warzone Season 3, and it’s been a mainstay for Cold War weapons ever since. It will increase bullet velocity, ADS speed, and sprint to fire speed.
You probably remember how smooth strafing with the FFAR felt while in a gunfight and that hasn’t changed. The Bruiser Grip adds a ton of movement speed to the AR which will make it feel lightning quick as you look to finesse enemy players.
The Serpent Wrap and Raider Stock are two more attachments that focus on making this AR move as fast as possible. This may result in the FFAR being somewhat difficult to control but you’ll definitely get your shots off first in most gunfights so make your bullets count.
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Image Credit: Activision / FaZe Booya