Call of Duty: Warzone 2
FaZe Booya reveals Warzone’s best CDL Volk loadout to get you playing like a pro
Warzone expert FaZe Booya has brought Vanguard’s Volk to Rebirth Island following the weapon’s dominant streak in the CDL.
The Call of Duty League has been taken over by Vanguard’s Volk AR and Ean ‘FaZe Booya’ Chase has brought the dominant weapon to Warzone as he devastates Rebirth Island.
On April 3, 2022, the Volk was immortalized in Call of Duty League history after Los Angeles Guerrillas substitute Kris ‘Spart’ Cervantez firmly established it as a meta weapon on the way to one of the most memorable losers bracket runs in the history of competitive Call of Duty.
As the Guerrillas took home the Major 2 event, both Spart and the Volk rose to prominence. It didn’t take long for Call of Duty pros to take notice of the Volk’s abilities as Warzone specialist FaZe Booya cooked up a powerful Warzone Volk loadout.
Since the start of Warzone Pacific, the Volk has failed to make an impression on the weapon meta. However, all that could be set to change as top streamers and Warzone pros start to focus on this versatile Assault Rifle.
Booya uses the Volk as a Sniper support weapon and it truly shines in this role. If you’re someone who enjoys busting out the Kar98k on Rebirth Island, the Volk will act as the ideal combination weapon.
FaZe Booya Volk Warzone loadout
Both in the CDL and in Warzone, the Volk is not used as a traditional Assault Rifle. Instead of taking long-range gunfights with this weapon, the Volk excels at close-range and medium-range encounters.
- Muzzle: Recoil Booster
- Barrel: Krausnick 428mm 05V
- Optic: Slate Reflector
- Stock: Reisdorf 22V Adjustable
- Underbarrel: M1941 Hand Stop
- Magazine: 7.62 Gorenko 40 Round Mags
- Ammo Type: Lengthened
- Rear Grip: Stippled Grip
- Perk 1: Fleet
- Perk 2: On-Hand
The damage output of an Assault Rifle combined with an SMG’s fast fire rate makes the Volk a menace in the battle royale. You’ll notice that this hybrid weapon utilizes a Slate Reflector which is an attachment that isn’t usually seen on Warzone ARs.
For starters, Booya opts for the 7.62 Gorenko 40 Round Mags as battle royale gameplay requires a large magazine size. Booya’s loadout is nearly identical to Spart’s — which you can find in our guide to the best Vanguard Ranked Play loadouts — but there are some key differences.
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Then, we also have the Recoil Booster in place of the T1 Flash Hider and Lengthened as opposed to FMJ, which also differs from Spart’s Volk loadout.
It’s not uncommon for certain attachments to suit the battle royale meta, while not finding a place in multiplayer loadouts. It turns out this is the case when it comes to the Volk.
For more Warzone content, check out the 10 most popular weapon loadouts in Warzone Pacific Season 2 Reloaded to see which weapons players love to use.
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