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Warzone: The Best LW3-Tundra Setup & Loadout

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Warzone LW3 Tundra Setup Loadout
Is it too slow to be worth using or not? | © Activision Blizzard

The LW3-Tundra is one of the more competitive snipers introduced to Warzone by Black Ops Cold War and if you're starting to level one up than you've come to the right place - here's the meta attachment setup and best loadout for an LW3-Tundra in Warzone

Warzone Season 5 is well underway, but as we approach the end of this era and the end of Verdansk, there are still a few more weeks to enjoy the weapons that came with Black Ops Cold War. 

The LW3-Tundra was one of the more interesting weapons that came with BOCW - it's a sort of hybrid between the new generation of aggressive snipers and the older, long-range snipers. It's a perfect choice for those that want something snappy but are still working on their ability to counteract drop-off and take reliable leading shots. 


Warzone LW3-Tundra Setup

  • Muzzle: Wrapped Suppressor
  • Barrel: 29.1" Combat Recon
  • Underbarrel: Bruiser Grip
  • Rear Grip: Airborne Elastic Wrap
  • Laser: 5mw Laser Sight 
LW3 Attachments
Pretty much identical to a Swiss K31 meta build | © Activision Blizzard

This is a typical build for the more aggressive, faster snipers. But to use the LW3-Tundra effectively we'll be pressing it into that 'aggressive sniping' role. So we're maximizing ADS and movement speed while trying to maintain as much velocity as possible. We've also chosen the default optic here because it's good enough (obviously not in the ZRG's league, and laughably poor compared to the ol' Kar sight, but serviceable). 

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Secondary, Perks, And Equipment In An LW3 Tundra Loadout

  • Secondary: Milano 821 (Axial 3x, Bruiser Grip, Agency Suppressor, 55 Rnd STANAG, and Recon Barrel)  
  • Perk 1: Cold-Blooded
  • Perk 2: Overkill
  • Perk 3: Combat Recon
  • Lethal: Semtex
  • Tactical: Heartbeat Sensor

The LW3-Tundra is a sniper, and so naturally, you'll be needing a sniper support. We think that in the current meta, the Milano 821 is you're the best bet for most situations. 

Where you would normally take E.O.D. in the first slot, we've opted for Cold-Blooded to counter the new perk – Combat Recon. We'll be taking Combat Recon ourselves while it's so strong.

And for equipment, the Claymores are a sniper's best friend, so they're definitely coming to cover the doors and abseil points. While the Heartbeat should give us that much-needed advantage when CQC teams do try and push. 

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