Call of Duty: Warzone 1 Shot EBR Loadout

This guide focuses on the EBR, which is a marksman rifle that is not supposed to be able to 1-shot players but does anyway. Normally, this weapon cannot 1-shot players unless they are wearing 1 plate or less and you get a headshot on them.

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Many players have been running this particular loadout recently to get easy 1-shot kills. We’re not entirely sure why you need this exact loadout to do it. It may be a bug or not working as intended, but we’re going to show you exactly what you need.

Battle Pass

First, you will need the paid Battle Pass and level it to tier 51 for the Epic Blueprint called Line Breaker.

Once you have unlocked this blueprint, go into your EBR loadout and head into the armory where you can select this particular blueprint. Once you select that particular blueprint, the attachments don’t matter. You can choose to put on any attachments you’re comfortable with.

For whatever reason, this is the only EBR that can 1-shot players wearing full armor. This is even true if you have 0 attachments on the weapon. Here’s an example loadout we like to run with the EBR

EBR Loadout

For the Optics we like the Cronen because it allows us to perform well at a medium range, but you can choose to run any scope you like here. If you prefer to snipe long range you may want to use a sniper scope. Suppressors are a must-have in Warzone to conceal our position. Extended magazines are also must-have because we need as much ammo as possible.

  • Muzzle – Monolithic Suppressor
  • Barrel – FORGE TAC Precision 20.0″
  • Optic – Cronen C480 Pro Optic
  • Stock – FSS Raider Chassis Elite
  • Ammunition – 20 Round Mags

That’s all there is to it for this EBR 1-shot loadout. Again, the attachments are up to you. All you need to do is run the Line Breaker blueprint to magically unlock one-shot headshot capabilities.

About the author

Cole Andrews

Cole is a lifelong PC gamer who loves FPS, RPG, and MMO games. The first PC game that got him hooked was the Counter-Strike beta in 1999. He has thousands of hours in all of the old-school Blizzard games like Starcraft, Warcraft, and Diablo.

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