The C58 is a new assault rifle in Warzone Season 4. It’s slow-firing, but heavy-hitting, and it looks set to compete with the meta. Here’s the best attachment setup for the C58, and a loadout to run it with.
Warzone Season 4 is finally here, and it’s a hot one. Sweeping balance changes, satellites crashing all over Verdansk, and two great new weapons. Those new weapons are freely available to players once they reach level 15 and level 31 of the Battlepass. The C58, unlocked at level 31, is an assault rifle – and it looks really promising. It's got a slow rpm, so it isn't very forgiving, but for players who can reliably land upper–torso/headshots, this weapon is going to compete at the top–tier. In this article, we want to give you a rundown of the C58 and its optimal setup.
What's The Best Attachment Setup For The C58 In Warzone?
- Muzzle: Agency Suppressor
- Barrel: 18.5" Task Force
- Optic: Axial Arms 3x
- Underbarrel: Field Agent Grip
- Ammunition: 45 Rnd Drum
The task force barrel has been reworked across all BOCW ARs and LMGs to give huge bullet velocity and recoil buffs - so that's going on. Then for the suppressor, we went for the 'Agency Suppressor' to stay off the radar and continue boosting the range and velocity. The 45 Rnd Drum is giving those much–needed extra rounds, but without the lethal reduction to our ADS. The Field Agent Grip continues to do God's work in the recoil department (pretty much a given on most Warzone builds) and the Axial Arms 3x is the best mid-range optic available in BOCW. It's no VLK, but we like it.
What's The Meta Loadout For The C58 In Warzone?
The C58 is a great weapon, but you're going to want to be pushing it into that marksmen's role and rely on something else up close - we suggest an LC10, so you can draw from two ammo pools. If the recent XM4 buffs are tempting you to go in that direction, this would also be a good choice for the build.
The Best Attachment Setup For An LC10 In Warzone
- Muzzle: Agency Suppressor
- Barrel: 11.9" Reinforced Heavy
- Stock: Raider Stock
- Ammunition: 45 Rnd
- Rear Grip: Speed Tape
The LC10 has become a reliable counterpart to many of the long-range builds in recent weeks. It's right in between competing at the absolute top–tier and getting nerfed, so we hope it can continue avoiding the attention of devs for now. The setup we've gone for is a typical LC10 attachment composition - we're going to want to increase that range a touch, but in ways that won't hurt our ADS.
Perks And Equipment
- Perk 1: E.O.D.
- Perk 2: Overkill
- Perk 3: Amped
- Lethal: Thermite
- Tactical: Heartbeat Sensor
E.O.D. is the default choice when your build isn't lacking anything, and this generalist loadout isn't, so we'll take that. Overkill is necessary for the LC10 of course, while Amped will keep us switching between that and the C58 in good time. With the close-range capability that the LC10 is providing this build, we can switch between longer-range firefights and aggressive pushes, so both the Heartbeat Sensor and Thermite have been chosen to aid in those CQC plays.
That was our guide on how to best put the C58 to use, we think you'll see quite a few in the coming weeks, so make sure to get grinding before the competition!
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