Warzone 2 expert’s underrated LMG loadout dominates despite recent nerf

Warzone 2 Sakin MG38 and JGODActivision / YouTube: JGOD

Warzone 2 Season 5 Reloaded brought a lot of changes to the weapon meta, allowing players to have different options to choose from. Luckily, Warzone 2 expert JGOD shared a “broken” underrated LMG loadout that still dominates despite recent nerfs.

Warzone 2 offers a wide selection of over 70 weapons, granting players the freedom to select their preferred weapons. However, to gain an advantage over opponents, the key lies in equipping the best weapons fulfilling as many critical points as possible.

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Season 5 Reloaded brought about significant changes to the weaponry in Warzone 2, resulting in a shift in the game’s meta that affects both close-quarters and medium-to-long-range combat.

These changes allow players to try out different weapons, with LMGs emerging as a top-tier choice. Luckily, Warzone 2 expert JGOD has shared his best loadout for the “underrated broken” Sakin MG38 LMG that continues to dominate within the game despite a recent nerf.

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JGOD’s best Sakin MG38 loadout for Warzone 2

  • Barrel: 20″ Bruen Silver Series
  • Muzzle: TY-LR8
  • Optic: AIM OP-V4
  • Ammunition: 7.62 High Velocity
  • Underbarrel: XTEN Nexus Grip

To kick off JGOD’s Warzone 2 best Sakin MG38 loadout, he opted for the 20″ Bruen Silver Series Barrel, which improves the gun’s damage range, bullet velocity, and recoil control, combined with the 7.62 High Velocity Ammunition to further boost the bullet velocity.

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Next, he opted for the TY-LR8 Muzzle to enhance the horizontal recoil control. To further enhance its performance, he equipped the XTEN Nexus Grip Underbarrel, which improves aiming idle stability and also recoil stabilization, which is crucial for landing accurate shots at mid to long ranges, especially in maps like Al Mazrah.

Lastly, he picked the AIM OP-V4 Optic to easily target enemies at long distances, allowing players to efficiently kill enemies due to the weapon’s very low recoil.

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Although JGOD states that the weapon’s biggest weakness is its slow reloading, he also points out that the remarkably low recoil and the “crazy fire rate” make it a “very broken” weapon to use in the game, despite recent Season 5 Reloaded nerfs.

For more on Warzone, be sure to check out why players are begging devs to fix the “boring” state of the battle royale mode or how players are convinced a night mode will arrive soon in the game.

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