How to make Modern Warfare’s G36C in Warzone
Call of Duty: Warzone was released with Modern Warfare 2019 so it’s only right that you can create nostalgic weapons from the franchise with certain attachments. Here’s how you can make Modern Warfare’s G36C in Warzone.
There is an enormous amount of weapons to choose from in Warzone Pacific, and that’s without considering all the different builds you can make with attachments. The battle royale now has three CoD titles integrated into the game, bringing the weapons from each of these games along with them.
With that being said, there are plenty of hidden weapons players can create with certain attachments, one of which is the G36C. Here’s how you can make Modern Warfare’s G36C in Warzone.
This weapon is the G36C Assualt Rifle, which was always known for being a hard-hitting, great mid-range option for multiplayer, but what about in Warzone?
Thanks to YouTuber TheKoreanSavage, aka K3, we have a great idea of how to recreate this weapon in Warzone, so let’s take a look.
Warzone Holger Modern Warfare G36C loadout
- Weapon: Holger-26
- Muzzle: Monolithic Suppressor
- Barrel: XRK Ultralight
- Underbarrel: Ranger Foregrip
- Magazine: 30 Round Mags
- Perk: Sleight of Hand
First off, in order to make the G36C players will need to use the Holger-26, which is actually an LMG. Despite being in the LMG weapon class, this loadout uses attachments that make it feel much more like an Assualt Rifle.
Luckily, there is a blueprint for this weapon that decks it out with most of the attachments you need to create the G36C in Warzone, and it’s called the Dream Maker.
The only difference between the weapon blueprint and the loadout above is that K3 opts for the Monolithic Suppressor and Ranger Foregrip over the Holographic Sight and XRK Axis stock.
We then have the XRK Ultralight barrel and 30 Round Mags to make the LMG feel more like the Assault Rifle the G36C is. Some may feel that the 30 Round Mags is slightly too small, so they could opt for something bigger or stick to solos and duos.
Well, there you have it, that’s how you can create the G36C from the original Modern Warfare in Warzone Pacific. There’s potential that weapons like the G36C could see a return in Modern Warfare 2, which is rumored for a 2023 release.
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