The best Swiss K31 loadout in Call of Duty: Warzone Season 5
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The Swiss K31 and Kar98k have been battling it out for the slot of best sniper in Call of Duty: Warzone for multiple seasons. Their blend of mobility and damage range is unmatched in the battle royale. In terms of deciding which weapon is stronger, it’s really up to the player and the loadout they use. For players who enjoy the Swiss K31 better in Warzone, they can use a devastating loadout that will wipe away any enemies in front of them.

While the Kar98k has a similar loadout, the Swiss K31 has increased base damage working for it. This is a trade-off for less ADS time and range, as compared to the Kar98k, but players mainly use these snipers in medium range. This means the Swiss’ shortcomings in these stats are less noticeable, especially with its recommended loadout equipped.

Best Swiss K31 loadout in Warzone

The loadout for the Swiss K31 utilizes a few different attachments to ensure that it has balanced stats. Players will need a slightly quicker ADS time and a stronger range to match the Kar98k.

Players will definitely notice a difference in the Swiss with this specific loadout equipped:

  • Muzzle: GRU Suppressor
  • Barrel: 24.9″ Combat Recon
  • Laser: SWAT 5mW Laser
  • Underbarrel: Bruiser Grip
  • Rear Grip: Serpent Wrap

To start, the loadout uses the GRU Suppressor for extra damage range, vertical recoil control, bullet velocity and sound suppression. Bullet velocity is also upped by the 24.9″ Combat Recon barrel, in exchange for some idle sway control.

The rest of the loadout is all about mobility. The 5mW Laser and Serpent Wrap increase ADS time while the Bruiser Grip adds some extra movement speed. Players will be running around the map quite frequently with the Swiss K31, so some extra speed is invaluable.

If anything, this loadout ensures that the Swiss K31 can compete with, or perhaps even pass, the Kar98k in Warzone.

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.