A new season means two new weapons. One of them is a cowboy-style underlever shotgun, the other is the Grav (pictured above). As an AR, the Grav is obviously the one we're looking at more closely. And yes, it does have meta potential. Especially as a close-range AR.
Here's the best attachment setup for the Grav, and a rundown of the loadout you'll want to use with this weapon.
What's The Best Attachment Setup For The Grav In Warzone?
- Muzzle: Suppressor
- Barrel: 21.3" Task Force
- Magazine: 50 Rnd
- Rear Grip: Airborne Elastic
- Stock: Raider Stock
A lot of Grav setup guides will be copy-pasting the usually long-range AR attachments, but this isn't optimal for the gun - the C58 is a better option for long-range anyway. No, we're pressing the Grav into the role of sniper support, and this way, we'll take advantage of its strong close-range damage profile and the very nice default irons.
With the optic attachment now empty, we can fill our five slots with a real focus on handling. Hence, we've taken the suppressor over the agency suppressor, and we've gone for a rear grip rather than an underbarrel attachment.
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Secondary, Perks, And Equipment In A Grav Loadout
- Secondary: Swiss or Kar.
- Perk 1: Cold-Blooded
- Perk 2: Overkill
- Perk 3: Combat Recon
- Lethal: Claymores
- Tactical: Heartbeat Sensor
The Grav is a great all-rounder when you can couple it with a Kar or a Swiss to deal with anything 50m and out. We don't quite have the speed of SMGs though, so we aren't going maximum aggression with stuns, we're playing it more conventionally with a Heartbeat Sensor instead.
This is a very fun weapon, and we think it'll be popular, but if you're looking for a standard AR with a 3x then just stay with the ol' reliable CWAK or maybe a C58.