Warzone expert claims nerfed rifle is meta again thanks to one attachment

Joseph Pascoulis
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Warzone content creator Sally Is a Dog has revealed a new loadout for a nerfed rifle that they claim is now back in the meta thanks to one attachment.

Since the MW3 integration, Warzone has seen its fair share of different weapon metas, with the most recent seeing the AMR9 and RAM-7 absolutely dominate, with options such as the HRM-9 and MTZ-762 waiting in the wings.

Meta options are usually nerfed, and we’ve already seen the devs do this to the MTZ Interceptor and WSP Swarm. The original rifle that players were using a lot at the start of Warzone Season 1 was the BAS-B.

However, it was quickly nerfed due to its easy-to-control recoil and lethal range that put enemies down with ease. That said, popular content creator Sally Is a Dog has claimed that the BAS-B is meta once again thanks to a single attachment.

Sally Is a Dog said, “They nerfed it, but bad news, it is now back and that is thanks to one specific attachment,” the JAK BFB muzzle.

According to Sally Is a Dog, this attachment turns Warzone‘s BAS-B into an “absolute laserbeam,” as he showed off the low recoil in the firing range.

The JAK BFB muzzle attachment for the BAS-B improves the BAS-B’s recoil gun kick by 60%, while also reducing horizontal and vertical recoil by 20% and 40% respectively.

The only downside to the JAK BFB muzzle on the BAS-B is that it will increase your radar detection time and make your handling and mobility slightly worse. This can be countered with other attachments that improve handling and mobility, such as the Ravage-CS Stock.

If you’re looking for a new rifle to use in Warzone, the BAS-B is certainly worth a go with the JAK BFB attachment, as the most important thing is hitting your shots, so a weapon with low recoil is ideal.

About The Author

Joseph is a Senior Writer at CharlieIntel, specializing in shooters such as Call of Duty, Apex Legends, Fortnite, and Overwatch. He also enjoys Souls-likes, the Resident Evil franchise, and Tekken. After writing for KeenGamer, he joined CharlieIntel in 2021. If Joseph isn't writing about games, he's most likely playing them. You can contact him at [email protected].