The best Grau 5.56 loadout in Call of Duty: Warzone Season 4 Reloaded
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While there are absolutely stronger assault rifle choices in Call of Duty: Warzone Season 4 Reloaded, the Grau 5.56 and its top loadout are still among the best that players can choose.

The Grau 5.56 has been either in the meta or on the fringe of it since it was introduced in 2020. The original dominant AR in Warzone, the Grau is arguably the most consistent rifle in the entire game. Boasting terrific all-around stats, including a great time-to-kill, players still can’t go wrong with picking the Grau 5.56 in Season 4 Reloaded.

Of course, players who try and compare the Grau with something like the KG M40 or STG44 will find that the newer guns are stronger. However, this doesn’t mean that players put themselves at a disadvantage when they equip the Grau 5.56 in Warzone. Still, players will need to equip the rifle’s best attachments, otherwise, they will be submitting themselves to the mercy of whatever gun the enemy is using.

To see the full loadout for the Grau 5.56 in Warzone Season 4 Reloaded, keep reading below.

Best Grau 5.56 loadout in Warzone

The Grau’s top loadout in Warzone hasn’t changed in two years, and it’s not changing now. Players have simply found the best combination of attachments for the weapon and have stuck with them.

  • Muzzle: Monolithic Suppressor
  • Barrel: Tempus 26.4″ Archangel
  • Optic: VLK 3.0x Optic
  • Underbarrel: Commando Foregrip
  • Ammunition: 60 Round Mags

Kicking things off in the loadout is, of course, the Monolithic Suppressor. A staple on any Modern Warfare loadout, this muzzle boosts damage range, recoil control, and keeps players off of the radar. This is followed up by the Tempus 26.4″ Archangel barrel to further boost damage range. Rounding out the loadout is the Commando Foregrip to improve accuracy and the 60 Round Mags to give players double the normal amount of bullets in each magazine.

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.