A precise rifle even at great distances
Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War Krig 6 Setup Guide
We're slowly working our way through all the weapons in Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War to give you the best setups for each weapon. Today we're looking at arguably the most accurate assault rifle in the game: the Krig 6.
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The Krig 6 was already very popular in the alpha and beta of Black Ops Cold War. It is unlocked at level 16 and is in a way a mixture between the AK-47 and XM4. Slightly higher rate of fire than the AK and higher damage than the XM4, all with phenomenal accuracy. With its almost non-existent recoil, even during prolonged continuous fire, it is particularly suitable for fights at longer distances, but will not let you down in close combat either.
Krig 6 Setup
Our attachment strategy is always to further emphasize a weapon's strengths. Since there are definitely better alternatives for short distances, such as the MP5, we focus on making the Krig 6 as strong at long-range combat as possible:
- Muzzle: Infantry Compensator
- Barrel: 19.7" Ranger
- Underbarrel: Foregrip
- Handle: Airborne Elastic Wrap
- Stock: Raider stock
With the muzzle and foregrip we reduce the recoil of the Krig as much as possible. The infantry compensator reduces the vertical recoil by 12%, while the foregrip reduces the horizontal recoil by 15%. The damage and range of the Krig are already very good, which is why we prefer the 19.7" Ranger as a barrel. It increases the projectile velocity by 100%, which makes for much more reliable hits, especially at longer distances.
We use the last two attachments to increase mobility. The handle shortens the time for aiming by 30% and increases our twitch resistance by 90%, which leads to precise shots even while under fire. Finally, the Raider stock increases the sprint-to-fire speed by 30% and the running speed when aiming by 40%.
All in all, we get a weapon with minimal recoil, correspondingly high precision and very good range as well as high damage. The Krig 6 is therefore not necessarily suitable for fast run-and-gun gameplay, but is a real beast for fights at medium and long distances.
Original article by EarlyGame's Lukas Ballat.