Call of Duty: Warzone Best Grau 5.56 Loadout

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Looking for the best Grau loadout in Warzone? It’s a weapon that has quickly become the most popular choice in Warzone, and it’s a top pick in multiplayer as well. We experimented with a lot of different setups, and we finally nailed the best one.

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In this guide, we’ll show you the best Grau 5.56 Warzone loadout, which is easily the most popular AR in the game. The Grau was introduced back in the Modern Warfare Season 2 Battle Pass at Tier 15. Many players love this weapon because of its usefulness in all situations. It’s a beast at long range and can drop people up close too. You can easily shred through enemies at any distance with this high rate-of-fire, laser-beam of a weapon.

Between the Grau 5.56 and the M4A1, it’s tough to pick a favorite. Recently, most people tend to be running overpowered Grau 5.56 loadouts. The Grau 5.56 is likely the best assault rifle in Warzone at the moment. It has less recoil than the M4A1 and tends to be slightly more effective at long ranges.

When you run this loadout, keep in mind a lot of attachments come down to personal preference. This loadout is customized to win Warzone games and minimize recoil, improve stability, and increase bullet velocity. Experiment with different setups to find what suits your playstyle best.

Best Grau 5.56 Loadout for CoD Warzone

Here are the attachments for the Grau loadout to run in Warzone

  • Muzzle: Monolithic Suppressor
  • Barrel: FSS 26.4″ Archangel / FFS 20.8″ Nexus
  • Underbarrel: Commando Foregrip
  • Ammunition: 50 Round Mags / 60 Round Mags
  • Rear Grip: XRK Void II

This Grau Warzone setup optimizes weapon accuracy for long-range battles while making sure it’s still dominant in medium and close-range combat. As with every Warzone loadout, we opt for the Monolithic Suppressor to stay hidden on the radar.

Iron sights on the Grau are good enough, but you can always go for an optic if you feel the need. We’d probably drop the Rear Grip if we were to go with an optic instead. The Commando Foregrip helps to stabilize recoil and make the gun easy to control.

The FFS 20.8″ Nexus barrel is a bit lighter than the Archangel, and we like them both. Originally, we were liking the Archangel, but the Nexus edged out over it in the long run. Try them both out and see which one you like better. You might come up with a different conclusion than us.

Extended mags are a must-have in Warzone because ammo tends to go quickly, and if you’re surviving until the very end, you will need it. For that reason, we go with the 50 or 60-round magazines. 

XRK Void II grips improve aim down sight speed and sprint to fire speed. These attachments make the gun slightly faster overall, which you will notice. The recoil control takes a bit of a hit with these grips, but the weapon is still amazingly accurate. As an alternate setup, you could try running the Tac Laser, but you might notice it makes the gun a bit slower.

When it comes to secondary weapons, if you’re running an Overkill perk, you’ll want to go with an SMG like a P90 or a sniper rifle like the AX-50 or HDR. Again, it comes down to whatever weapons you can use to win. It would help if you were running a clone of this loadout, where you could pick up the rocket launcher for an anti-vehicle weapon.

As far as perks, we’d recommend Double Time for increased Tactical Sprint time and faster recharge time, and Amped for quicker weapon switching speed and equipment usage speed. Some other good alternatives are Cold-Blooded and Ghost because they will keep you hidden from people using thermals and hide you from heartbeat sensors.

These attachments, equipment, and secondary weapons make for the best Grau loadout in Warzone. With Season 4 of Warzone out, the meta might change, and we could see a nerf to the Grau considering. If that happens, you might consider looking at a Fennec loadout or a nice CR 56 AMAX setup.

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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