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Warzone: Kilo 141 Attachment Setup & Loadout

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Warzone Kilo 141 Loadout
The Kilo is still a great choice for the average player | © Activision Blizzard

The Kilo is an older weapon in Warzone, being a Modern Warfare OG. And while it fell in popularity at the launch of Black Ops Cold War, the weapon balance is returning to a place where the Kilo can thrive. It's a wonderfully forgiving weapon - perfect for newer players. So, here's the complete attachment setup for the Kilo–141 and a great full class loadout to use alongside the Kilo

Once so popular, the Kilo is returning to its rightful place in the kingdom of meta. With great accuracy and very controllable recoil, the Kilo was always known as a beamer, but with the damage advantage over the M13 that made it a truly optimal choice. And that ease of use never left the weapon, but its TTK struggled to keep up with the pack in the early seasons of BOCW's integration. 

Raven's fantastic work on the meta has allowed the Kilo to thrive again though, with its TTK returning to par with the other weapons in its class. Now don't be mistaken - it's not a shredder, but it certainly kills quickly enough, and its ease of use is worth reiterating again. Especially for console players who feel the effects of recoil especially strongly. But enough chat, let's build this Kilo 141 class, and we'll begin with the attachment setup

Warzone Kilo 141 Setup

  • Muzzle: Monolithic Suppressor
  • Barrel: Singuard Arms 19,8“ Prowler
  • Optic: VLK 3.0x Optic
  • Underbarrel: Commando Foregrip
  • Ammunition: 60 Round Magazine
Kilo 141 Setup
A setup all too familiar to lovers of the older MW weapons | © Activision Blizzard

This is the Warzone setup for most Modern Warfare ARs, and it continues to do sterling work. The Monolithic keeps us off radar but extends range - essential for Verdansk - as does the longer barrel. The 60 round magazine is another must, given the extended firefights Warzone draws you into, while the foregrip offers a nice balance between increased control and mobility. The optic is a preference, but you'll need one; these irons aren't comfortable enough to use. The VLK is a go-to for mid-range as it simply offers the cleanest sight picture of the optics. But to each their own. 

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What's The Best Loadout For The Kilo 141

  • Primary Weapon: Kilo 141 
  • Secondary Weapon: AMP63
  • Perk 1: E.O.D.
  • Perk 2: Ghost
  • Perk 3: Tracker
  • Lethal: Semtex
  • Tactical: Heartbeat Sensor

This loadout is going to strive for ease–of–use, so that alongside the Kilo, it can provide a great option for newer players, or simply those having a tough night. 

The AMP63 is a great place to start, this is the new full-auto sidearm, and thanks to recent buffs, it's effectively a pocket SMG. In terms of perks, E.O.D. and Tracker are standard choices for a build like this, and we've specifically gone for Ghost as we believe it's the optimal choice for newer players. The grenades choice here is going to be Semtex, again for simple ease of use and effectiveness, and the Heartbeat Sensor should fit nicely into a more defensive playstyle.

That was our Kilo 141 class, we specifically tailored it for ease of use, and we think with this setup a lot of players will get the most out of the weapon. 

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