Once players manage to equip themselves with the best weapons in Blackout, their chances of winning should increase dramatically. With every Call of Duty release, the fan base naturally gravitates toward a certain set of weapons that are either overpowered, easy to use, or just plain broken. Faster reload allows you to dish out more shots without pausing to reload. It can be used effectively, like the Titan, by slower-paced players, though. Here's a smattering of guns we've come to enjoy for different types of scenarios that might help you make some informed choices.
The weapon has a very minor edge over the Paladin in fire rate, though. In this Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Blackout Weapons Guide, we will show you every type of weapon that is available in the game and detail you how they fair against opponents. Even with a high clip size, the Titan has a slow reload speed. Its bolt action means Paladin fires slowly, so it requires some definitive sniper skills, but it compensates with damage and less bullet drop than other rifles, which should make aiming a bit easier. Sniper Rifle Comparison Table Attachment Reason Deal higher damage as you're effectively carrying two guns, which goes well with its high fire rate. However, no scopes can be attached to this weapon which is fair in trying to balance this rifle.
As a revolver, however, it takes a pretty long time to reload the Mozu, and you only get six rounds in the weapon before you have to do this. Rampart 17 Technically an assault rifle because of its automatic fire, the Rampart 17 is nevertheless a tremendous option for medium-long engagements. However, the Koshka is the Blackout sniper rifle you should look for. Hellion Salvo This launcher can lock onto vehicles before you fire, making it a powerful and accurate weapon. Attach a laser sight and extended mag to make this the ultimate hip-fire weapon.
Likewise, you can get away with some long-range engagements with the right rifles and optics, even if you're not much of a sniper or marksman. That means you less damage from blasting away at enemies, but the gun automatically stops you from spraying ammo all over the place. Important to note: the five guns listed are based on multiplayer and not Blackout, since the battle royale mode tweaks the weapons a bit to make it more battle royale-friendly. When you want to knock out a lot of people fast, accept no substitutes. We still have narrowed down some of the weapons that we think come very useful in the type of combat that usually occurs in Blackout. For this reason, the Koshka is also adept in mid-range firefights where the vast majority of Blackout shootouts take place. Whether you're decimating your opponents with a rocket launcher or picking them off one by one with a precision sniper rifle, Call of Duty has some of the best virtual weapons in the industry.
The game will also offer a traditional multiplayer component, albeit with a few tweaks like specialists thrown into the mix. It's had a damage nerf from the beta, it seems, but still kicks out a solid punch and handles very nicely. This gives you room for a specialty weapon for taking out helicopters or ground vehicles — just make sure you keep plenty of reserve ammunition in stock. This sniper is perfect for players who want to be aggressive with their gameplay, while still being powerful enough for those who would rather take their time with their shots. Black Ops 4 will be taking a few different approaches to the experience: it , but it will offer a number of. It is a good starter gun since it is available from rank one. Trashing a squad's means of getting around is fun, especially while they're inside it.
Can Improve Veteran Gameplay The latter half of this article will also focus on weapons that can help veteran players play better. The Paladin is the community's choice for the best of the bunch, and ours too, with its slow bolt action more than made up for with enormous damage and minimal drop-off at range. The total unpredictability of how you might encounter other players is part of the draw of the battle royal genre, after all. You probably won't come across the Titan super often, but when you do, it can be pretty exciting. Paired with the Skull Splitter Mod, you can basically pick off enemies from long ranges, without even using a Sniper Rifle! Be sure to use the stock attachment, allowing you to move faster while aiming down sights, to take advantage of the combination of good damage with mobility. The Titan is a bit unwieldy, but it's great in two scenarios: closer ranges and tight interior encounters where you can just pour punishment on anyone unlucky enough to be there, and suppressing fire at longer ranges. Load the Cordite up with a 2x scope and every attachment it can carry and it can just about manage at mid-range.
Whack them on and your gun becomes essentially a laser beam. The drawback is that none of this holds up at long range. Share on Facebook Tweet this Share features multiple guns across several different weapon classes, each with their own perks and drawbacks. Can usually take down an enemy in one or two bursts if aiming at the upper chest and letting the recoil reach the head for maximum damage. Check out our rundown of the , or for tactics we have a. This weapon comes with the worst recoil in any of the other weapons with only the iron sights to aim for.
Whether you need to lay down some suppressing fire, empty rounds into an enemy vehicle, or clear out a building, the Titan possesses the raw power and 75-round box magazine to get the job done. Hopefully this lever-action rifle is buffed soon. The fast rate of fire makes it lethal at close and medium range, all while maintaining accuracy. To help you figure out which weapons are the best at the moment, we broke the 20 primary weapons down into three tiers. The War Machine is also very useful for taking out enemies who are hiding behind cover, making it surprisingly effective during the final stages of a match. The fast movement speed means you can get up close and personal for almost every gunfight, especially with the number of routes throughout each map. If you can sit tight and catch players unawares, the Paladin will serve you well--especially if you can build your skills so you only need a couple of shots.
There's some recoil, but in close-quarters play at the start or very end of a game that's less of an issue than at longer distances - plus, Call of Duty's recoil is considerably lower than in other battle royales in general. With game setting updates dropping left and right, keeping track of gun stats may seem like a daunting task. We have chosen this weapon when you are playing in squads as it can be very handy in taking down multiple enemies in one shot. Thanks to the multiplayer beta that took place during the summer, fans of the franchise had a decent idea about what weapons they should be using in the full release. This weapon also works best in close combat range in buildings when you have to go through rooms for resources. If you have perfect aim and manage to land a direct hit, the Hellion Salvo can also kill an enemy in one shot, but it has very little blast damage otherwise. However, as of November 24, one Youtuber has cataloged and organized each and every guns one shot kill ranges for fans to pour over.