The best Basilisk loadout in Warzone
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The Magnum pistol was one of the most infamous weapons throughout the two-plus-year history of the original Warzone. While the Magnum itself wasn’t that strong, it had a certain attachment that made it a nightmare to go up against in close range. Veterans of Warzone know that the attachment we’re referencing is the Snakeshot ammunition. If you didn’t like the Snakeshot in Warzone, we have bad news for you, as it’s back this year. The only pistol that has access to this ammunition is the Basilisk pistol, which has a terrifying loadout in Warzone.

The Basilisk hasn’t been too popular so far in Modern Warfare 2, as the pistol can be a pain to level up. However, those who have taken the time to level the Basilisk have been running around maps with the Snakeshot ammunition equipped. To take matters further, players have also been using Akimbo with the Basilisk, meaning they have two pistols with Snakeshot ammo. This has been effective in MW2, so why not try and translate the success to Warzone?

To see the best loadout for the Basilisk in Warzone, check out the guide below.

Best Basilisk loadout in Warzone

As I aforementioned, the Basilisk is at its best when players have the Snakeshot ammo and Akimbo equipped. This gives players the maximum amount of firepower, but the Basilisk can really only be used at close range with this setup.

  • Barrel: 10.5″ FTAC Arrow
  • Laser: Revo-LSD 7mW
  • Trigger Action: Bryson HTA
  • Ammunition: .500 Snakeshot
  • Rear Grip: Akimbo Basilisk

To go along with the Akimbo and Snakeshot ammo, I’ve equipped a couple of attachments to make the Basilisk kill even quicker. The first is the 10.5″ FTAC Arrow barrel, which improves damage range and recoil control. Next, I have the Bryson HTA Trigger Action to boost fire rate and the Revo-LSD 7mW Laser for improved hip-fire accuracy.

While I don’t recommend rocking this loadout over an Overkill secondary, it’s a solid choice for a pistol should you choose to use one.

Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 7+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.