TFUE rose to fame as a Fortnite player, but since moving to Call of Duty: Warzone he's been no less dominant, and his RAM-7 / Streetsweeper loadout has piqued the interest of a great many pros and players...
TFUE's build revolves around the RAM-7, which might sound surprising to some of you as it's not been in the CDL (Call of Duty League) meta for quite a few months now. Many players are still insisting on the FFAR instead, despite recent nerfs, but it seems that TFUE and his Warzone clan have struck gold with the forgotten RAM-7. So let's go ahead and take a look at the build.
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What Attachments Does TFUE Use With The RAM-7?
TFUE uses the following attachments with the RAM7:
- Muzzle: Monolithic Suppressor
- Barrel: FSS Ranger
- Optic: VLK 3.0x Optic
- Underbarrel: Commando Foregrip
- Ammunition: 50 Round Mags
When you take a look at the build, a lot of its recent success makes sense. A suppressor is an absolute necessity in Warzone, and the monolithic will always be king in this respect because it's going to buff range at the same time. The FSS Ranger is also going to be improving range, and importantly, bullet velocity, which makes hitting moving targets a lot easier. The Commando Foregrip and 50 Round Mags are also a no-brainer in Warzone for improved handling and firepower.
TFUE's optic choice is more interesting, the VLK 3.0x has always been popular for mid-range engagements in Call of Duty: Warzone, but a lot of players will take a close-range sight instead, or sacrifice the optic altogether. With the VLK 3.0x, you can optimize the RAM-7 for longer ranges, but you'll need something else to rely on when you get into CQB. TFUE's suggestion? The Streetsweeper.
What Attachments Does TFUE Use With The Streetsweeper?
TFUE uses the following attachments with the Streetsweeper:
- Muzzle: Agency Choice
- Barrel: 13.3" Hammerforged Barrel
- Laser: SWAT 5mW Laser Sight
- Ammunition: STANAG 18 RNDs
- Stock: SAS Combat Stock
The suppressor is going to do for the Streetsweeper exactly what the Monolithic does for the RAM-7: increased range alongside sound suppression. The barrel will help increase the fire rate, which is going to be absolutely key for a semi-auto, while the laser provides some much-needed handling improvements for follow-up shots. The STANAG is also an obvious choice, because as with so many Warzone weapons: attachments that provide extra ammunition are always good. You could exchange the SAS stock with no-stock for maximum mobility, but this will make your follow-up shots harder to hit.
What Perks Does TFUE Use?
TFUE goes with these perks in Warzone:
- Perk 1: EOD
- Perk 2: Overkill
- Perk 3: Amped
No real surprises here, if you're running two-gun with Overkill, then you're going to be taking Amped for the faster weapon swap, that's Warzone 101. EOD is not as necessary as it was back in the god-forsaken days of the C4 / RPG meta, but it will reliably help you in most games.
What Equipment Does TFUE Use:
TFUE uses this equipment in Warzone:
- Lethal: Thermite
- Tactical: Heartbeat Sensor
The Heartbeat Sensor has been hugely popular since Warzone's launch, and for good reason; it's effectively going to give you all the close-range intel you need, and it's only getting stronger with the decline of the 'Ghost' perk in the meta. Thermite is also popular, but this choice could be substituted for a number of powerful lethal options. Thermite's specialty is really vehicular destruction, so use them wisely!