Looking for the best M13 loadout in Warzone? With the right attachments, this assault rifle can do some work. Comparing it to other Warzone guns in its class, it performs exceptionally well in the 40-60 meter range. After that, it begins to fall off against other weapons like the Grau and M4A1.
In this guide, we will breakdown the best attachments for this assault rifle in Warzone. We also take a look at the weapon stats and best perks to run in your setup.
Best M13 loadout in Warzone
Here is the best M13 loadout in Warzone:
- Muzzle: Monolithic Suppressor
- Barrel: Tempus Marksman
- Optic: Monocle Reflex Sight / VLK 3.0x Optic
- Ammunition: 60 Round Mags
- Rear Grip: Stippled Grip Tape
- Damage (body): 24-19
- Damage (headshots): 36-28
- TTK (body shots): 650-845 ms, or 11-14 shots
- TTK (headshots): 390-520 ms, or 7-9 shots
First, and most importantly, is the attachment everyone runs on their best Warzone loadouts. We’re talking about the Monolithic Suppressor, of course. You probably already know, but if you don’t, this attachment suppresses your shots. That means you won’t show up on the radar whenever you shoot your gun.
Tempus Marksman adds damage range, bullet velocity, and recoil control. The downside to this attachment is a slight mobility drop, with lower aim down sight speed and movement speed.
In Warzone, it’s crucial to have a lot of ammo on reserve, so the 60 round mags is a great choice. The extra magazines slow down your mobility a bit, with a slight hit to movement speed. Even though this attachment says is slowly down aim down sight speed, it does not.
To make up for the mobility stats lost on the other attachments, we want to pick up the Stippled Grip Tape to pump up the aim down sight speed and sprint to fire speed. You can also mess around with using the Merc Foregrip and Skeleton stock as an alternative.
These attachments make for the best M13 loadout in Warzone at the moment. You can swap out the optic for whatever you prefer. The VLK 3.0x will be your most accurate option if you don’t mind a little slower aim down sight time.
For perks, we always run two loadouts. The first loadout has Cold Blood, Overkill, and Amped, and the second loadout has Cold Blood, Ghost, and Amped. Swap to the second loadout towards the end game and swap your secondary weapon from the previous loadout. Doing this gives you a free Overkill perk.
In the current season meta, you will probably want to run a Heartbeat Sensor and C4. Heartbeat Sensor has unlimited uses and can help locate those pesky campers. The C4 will help you out when it comes to countering vehicles and getting rushed by enemies.