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Best MCW Loadout for Warzone

Here’s the best AR to use in MW3 and Warzone Season One. Full MCW guide for new Warzone map Urzikstan

Modern Warfare 3 and Warzone Season One has just dropped, and if you’re loading into Urzikstan for the first time you’ll need a great loadout. The MCW is by far the best option as your Assault Rifle for day one, with almost no recoil making it exceptionally good at range.

With the hundreds of attachments available in Modern Warfare 3, along with Warzone’s brand new Perk system, it’s tough to figure out what to use. But we’ve got you covered, with the best attachments, perks and equipment for the perfect Warzone Urzikstan loadout.

Best MCW Loadout for Warzone

  • Optic: Corio Eagleseye 2.5x
  • Barrel: 16.5” MCW Cyclone Long Barrel
  • Muzzle: VT-7 Spitfire Suppressor
  • Magazine: 60 Round Mag
  • Stock: RB Regal Heavy Stock

To build this MCW loadout for Warzone, we’re focusing on reducing recoil to set up this weapon best for long-range gunfights. To do this, we use the VT-7 Spitfire Suppressor and 16.5” Cyclone Long Barrel which both improve the bullet velocity, damage range and recoil control of the MCW. In addition to this, the Corio Eagleseye 2.5x Optic is the best in the game, giving you a zoom that helps with long-range fights, but also being extremely clean and not obscuring your vision.

The RB Regal Heavy Stock is also great for reducing recoil, making this MCW build have almost none at all, and the 60 Round magazine allows you to take down multiple enemies without needing to reload.

Best Perks & Equipment for Warzone

  • Perk 1: Double Time
  • Perk 2: Battle Hardened
  • Perk 3: Tempered
  • Perk 4: High Alert
  • Lethal: Semtex
  • Tactical: Stim

The Perk system in Warzone works differently to Multiplayer, so you’ll need to choose a custom Perk package. From there, we’ll use Double Time as Perk One, allowing you to move around the map faster, and Battle Hardened as Perk Two as this will nerf any tactical grenades that come towards you.

For Perk three, we’ll use Tempered as this allows you to only need two plates instead of three, making it much easier to always have full health. High Alert is our Perk four as this alerts you when an enemy is looking at you so you’re never caught off guard.

The Lethal and Tactical equipment is mostly down to personal preference, but we like the Semtex as this allows you to clear out buildings with ease, and the Stim to boost your healing speed and give you a short movement boost.