Best Pulemyot 762 loadout for Warzone Season 1 Reloaded

Nathan Warby
Pulemyot 762 with Warzone logo

LMGs are the go-to weapons in Warzone when it comes to beaming down your opponents and the Pulemyot 762 is at the top of the pack. If you’re looking to carry the best Pulemyot loadout in Warzone Season 1 Reloaded, here are all the attachments, Perks, and Equipment you need to use.

Warzone Season 1 Reloaded is nearing its final few weeks, much to the excitement of Call of Duty fans who are gearing up for Season 2 in the battle royale. The mid-season update brought a couple of new weapons, the HRM-9 SMG and TAQ Evolvere LMG, and the devs also introduced several balance changes for weapons and their attachments.

One of these changes was to the JAK Annihilator Bullpup Kit for the Pulemyot 762, which essentially made the LMG perform like an Assault Rifle. However, despite the nerf, Pulemyot 762 remains the most dominant LMG in Warzone, and if you’re looking to run its best loadout, here are all the attachments, Perks, and Equipment you need to use in Season 1 Reloaded.

Best Warzone Pulemyot 762 loadout attachments

Pulemyot 762 with attachments in Warzone
A Conversion Kit is required to get the most out of the Pulemyot 762 in Warzone.
  • Conversion Kit: Jak Annihilator Bullpup Kit
  • Barrel: Jak Annihilator Long Barrel
  • Muzzle: VT-7 Spiritfire Suppressor L
  • Stock: Commando D-15 Recoil Reduction Pad
  • Optic: Corio Eagleseye 2.5x

We kick off our best Pulemyot 762 loadout in Warzone with the most important attachment of them all, the Jak Annihilator Bullpup Kit. This Aftermarket Part drastically improves the speed and mobility of the LMG, making it feel more like an Assault Rifle.

Next up is the Jak Annihilator Long Barrel, buffing its range and bullet velocity even further, making it absolutely deadly over large distances. Then, we’ve gone for the VT-7 Spiritfire Suppressor L to keep you off the radar and help with some of the recoil.

To ensure the Pulemyot is as accurate as possible, you can equip the Commando D-15 Recoil Reduction Pad Stock. Finally, the Corio Eagleseye 2.5x is a clean sight with additional zoom, but you can easily change this for your preferred Optic.

Best Warzone Pulemyot 762 loadout Perks & Equipment

  • Perk 1: Double Time
  • Perk 2: Sleight of Hand
  • Perk 3: Tempered
  • Perk 4: High Alert
  • Lethal: Semtex
  • Tactical: Stim

Perks and Equipment are vital to the best Pulemyot 762 loadout in Warzone, and we start with Double Time and Sleight of Hand. The former increases the length of your Tactical Sprint, while the latter drastically speeds up reload times.

We also advise running Tempered, as it decreases the number of plates needed for maximum armor, which could come in handy towards the end of a match. Then, High Alert will notify you when a rival player looks at you, helping you react quickly.

Equipment-wise, a Semtex can earn you quick kills or instantly remove a player’s armor, while Stims offer a useful health and movement boost after taking damage.

How to unlock Pulemyot 762 in Warzone

MW3 Operator firing Pulemyot 762 LMG
The Pulemyot 762 excels thanks to its Bullpup Kit.

Warzone players can unlock the Pulemyot 762 in Warzone by reaching Level 4. This is the same rank that custom classes become available, so you can instantly start leveling the LMG up and equipping meta attachments.

Best Pulemyot 762 alternatives in Warzone

The Bruen Mk9 is a great alternative to the Pulemyot 762 in Warzone Season 1, as it’s already established itself as one of the best long-range guns in the game. On the other hand, you could go for the classic RPK, which can more than hold its own against MW3 weapons.

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About The Author

Nathan is a Senior Writer at CharlieIntel. He’s an expert in EA Sports FC, Call of Duty, and Overwatch, as well as superhero games, including Marvel’s Spider-Man. With a master's degree in Magazine Journalism from Nottingham Trent University, he worked as a Trainee Reporter for Derbyshire Live before moving into games media, with bylines at Dexerto, Cultured Vultures, and more. You can contact Nathan by email at [email protected].