How to make Warzone’s crazy CR-56 AMAX Stun Launcher troll class
An interesting and insane CR-56 AMAX class has been made that looks to provide something different. Find out how you can make this hilarious, trolling class with ease.
99 times out of 100, players are competing to land a sacred Warzone Victory and brag to their friends about who has the most wins. Season 2 of Warzone has been plagued by endless “meta” loadouts featuring the AUG, FFAR, MAC-10, and Kar98K.
However, when you see the same classes over and over during the course of a game’s season, it can become repetitive and tiresome. This is why one Reddit user may have stumbled onto greatness with the creation of one very trolly class designed to infuriate fellow Warzone players.
-Arhael- has gone against the norm to devise a loadout of great beauty that is extremely effective in battle.
Here is what you’ll need to create the crazy CR-56 AMAX loadout.
- Barrel: XRK Zodiac S440
- Laser: 5mW Laser
- Ammunition: 45 Round Mag
- Underbarrel: M203 40mm Concussive
- Perk: Sleight of Hand
The key to this loadout is the M203 40mm Concussive underbarrel. By having this equipped, you get to store up to SEVEN stun rounds to bombard players with.
As you can see in a demonstration video from -Arhael-, there is great potential for this loadout to absolutely slap and ruin opponents in a 1v1. One stun round leaves them immobile and vulnerable for a few seconds, allowing you to pounce.
The video showed how crucial this attachment can be as smaller circles promote regular, close-range battles. Having this equipped made easy work for anyone they came into contact with.
Is this necessarily a technique that is going to become a permanent fixture in CoD: Warzone going forward? Probably not.
Does it take away from the fact that this is a beautifully toxic class that is guaranteed to infuriate any opponent you stun, leave defenseless, and kill? Absolutely not.
This is a great deviation from the usual meta and is worth trying out during Season 2. Just don’t blame us if you get messages from aggrieved victims.
Image credits: Activision