The Warzone 2 has a slew of powerful weapon options, and a single powerful Marksman Rifle, which is currently being slept on, can knock out opponents in two shots.
There are a slew of powerful weapons to choose from in Warzone 2. SMGs are excellent for getting up close and personal with enemies, while Sniper Rifles are excellent for defending opponents from a distance.
Players are looking for the finest weapons to use in battle in Season 2, and while there are plenty of popular options to choose from, one underrated Marksman Rifle is showing some promise.
Klubo, a Warzone 2 YouTuber, showcased his loadout for the EBR-14 Marksman Rifle in his January 30 video. He praised the weapon's ability to shoot enemies out in just two shots during long-range combat.
Klubo explained: "If you guys can hit headshots with this tool, you can two-shot people." In Warzone 2, enemies will be eliminated immediately when landing headshots with this weapon.
In Warzone 2, the EBR-14 loadout was overpowered.
- Muzzle: ZLR Talon
- Barrel: 22’ Boremaster
- Underbarrel: FTAC Ripper 56
- Optic: Forge Tac Delta 4
- Magazine: 20 Round Mag
This loadout utilizes the ZLR Talon muzzle and a 22′′ Boremaster barrel to increase the weapon's bullet velocity and damage range, allowing it to endure significant damage in long-range battles.
The FTAC Ripper underbarrel aids with hip fire accuracy, aiming idle stability, and recoil stabilization. Using the Forge Tac Delta 4 optic allows you to pick off enemies, and the 20 Round Mag gives you plenty of ammunition to defeat many enemies.
This setup allows you to immediately two-shot players in Al Mazrah. The EBR-14 Marksman Rifle has not been a popular pick for a while, so it’s worth giving it a shot ahead of Warzone 2 Season 2.
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