Getting Started in Warzone - Part 2: Best Assault Rifle Loadouts

Getting Started in Warzone - Part 2: Best Assault Rifle Loadouts

Season 6: Best Assault Rifle Loadouts

Tips and TricksPosted on  by Aaron "Better Actions" Knowles

I don’t know about you, but the Assault Rifle is a staple in my Call of Duty: Warzone diet. Great range, great damage and a balance of accuracy and magazine size. Their popularity is only outweighed by their versatility, and using the Gunsmith customization system, you can really style them to your needs.

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Tips and Tricks
Posted on  by Aaron "Better Actions" Knowles

I don’t know about you, but the Assault Rifle is a staple in my Call of Duty: Warzone diet. 

Great range, great damage and a balance of accuracy and magazine size. Their popularity is only outweighed by their versatility, and using the Gunsmith customization system, you can really style them to your needs.

But the question remains; what is the Season 6 meta looking like for AR’s?

Here's a list of of every Assault Rifle in Warzone, ranked.

  1. Cold War AK-47
  2. XM4
  3. FARA 83
  4. QBZ-83
  5. Grau 5.56
  6. CR-56 AMAX
  7. M4A1
  8. Grav
  9. AS VAL
  10. C58
  11. EM2
  12. Krig 6
  13. RAM-7
  14. M13
  15. Kilo 141
  16. FFAR 1
  17. Groza
  18. Oden
  19. AN-94
  20. FN-SCAR
  21. FAL
  22. FR 5.56
  23. Modern Warfare AK-47

Best AR Loadout for Warzone

5. Grau 5.56

GameFace's Chief of Tech Talks Battlefield 2042 Beta

GameFace's Chief of Tech Talks Battlefield 2042 Beta

Review Time: The Good, The Bugs, and the Insane Amount of People on the Map!

NewsPosted on  by Aaron "Better Actions" Knowles

If you blinked, you likely missed DICE’s Battlefield 2042 beta. The first Battlefield 2042 beta ran a short shelf-life from October 6th through the 9th (for those who met the requirements) or just the 8th and 9th for the few unlucky who didn’t meet those preorder or subscription service requirements.

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GameFace's Chief of Tech Talks Battlefield 2042 Beta

Review Time: The Good, The Bugs, and the Insane Amount of People on the Map!

News
Posted on  by Aaron "Better Actions" Knowles

If you blinked, you likely missed DICE’s Battlefield 2042 beta. The first Battlefield 2042 beta ran a short shelf-life from October 6th through the 9th (for those who met the requirements) or just the 8th and 9th for the few unlucky who didn’t meet those preorder or subscription service requirements (see here).

Players were reportedly going to get access to a new and exciting map and an even newer, cooler mode. That mode was Conquest on the new Orbital map. One of our lucky GameFace staff members had the opportunity to join the beta and playtest all the components of the upcoming release of Battlefield 2042!

According to Declan Lubbersen, GameFace’s chief of technology, his initial thoughts were that “the Battlefield 2042 open Beta was an absolute blast to play.” Declan continues saying, “however, there’s still a lot of work to be done. If DICE can resolve the major issues [...] we can buckle in for an epic experience on November 19th.”

The Good

DICE's New Hazard Zone mode to be revealed SOON!

DICE's New Hazard Zone mode to be revealed SOON!

Hazard Zone: “An all-new, high-stakes, squad-based game type" for the Battlefield franchise

NewsPosted on  by Aaron "Better Actions" Knowles

DICE's New Hazard Zone mode will be revealed October 14 at 8am PST/11am EST/ 4pm BST. Hazard Zone, previously described by DICE as “an all-new, high-stakes, squad-based game type for the Battlefield franchise" that is a modern take on the multiplayer experience traditionally offered by DICE but very different from “all-out Warfare’s Conquest or Breakthrough modes.”

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DICE's New Hazard Zone mode to be revealed SOON!

Hazard Zone: “An all-new, high-stakes, squad-based game type" for the Battlefield franchise

News
Posted on  by Aaron "Better Actions" Knowles

Dice’s New Hazard Zone mode will be revealed October 14 at 8am PST/11am EST/ 4pm BST.

Hazard Zone, previously described by DICE as “an all-new, high-stakes, squad-based game type for the Battlefield franchise" that is a modern take on the multiplayer experience traditionally offered by DICE but very different from “all-out Warfare’s Conquest or Breakthrough modes.”

Back in August, data miner @Temporyal shared details suggesting that Hazard Zone will play a lot like Battlestate Games' Escape from Tarkov. Players are expected to battle AI enemies while fighting to reach extraction points without losing their loot.