We already broke down a version of this weapon before in a previous Prestige Primer, but this specific Weapon Blueprint is already configured with the weapon’s optimal attachments as chosen by the pros.
It includes the Ranger Barrel, which boosts Bullet Velocity speed significantly to ensure shots hit their target quick down range, instead of the often-seen Optic attachment on the weapon’s usual “Call of Duty League pro” five-attachment set-up. However, you can either deal with the weapon’s iron sights, which aren’t too obtrusive with all things considered, swap out the Barrel, or decide to run the Gunfighter Perk and slap on an Optic in addition to a 40 Rnd Magazine.
Those who followed the Primer so far know why these attachments are great, but how do you play with them? This weapon is built for accurate fire, so long as you know where to shoot and can handle the weapon’s recoil, it can get the job done. Map knowledge is absolutely key to succeeding with this weapon, as knowing which sightlines there are across maps – even down tight alleyways or over barrels, windows, and other obstacles – are your building blocks to winning engagements.
You may not want to get close to players with CQB weapons, such as the AK74u, while using this assault rifle, but if you do, you could try to go prone quickly or jumping to try and throw off their aim. Just don’t let your own movements throw you off!
As for how this weapon can fair in Warzone, it may be better to swap its attachments for more longer-range play. Think about using the Agency Suppressor, as it boosts range (only with Warzone) and Bullet Velocity, in addition to a mid-range Optic and/or an Extended Magazine in place of the Wrap and Stock. However, you may want to keep one of those and sacrifice a better sight picture or more mags, if you want to be able to snap down sights quickly or have fantastic Sprint to Fire speeds for aggressive play.
No matter how you kit this weapon for Warzone, use it for good: bring our agent Adler home.
Execute the mission.