The best TR-76 Geist loadout in Warzone
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The Season 6 update has arrived in Call of Duty: Warzone and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, delivering an entire new slate of content to both games. This is the final season before MW3 drops in November, so you better unlock everything that you can before then. One of the pieces of content you want to unlock sooner rather than later is the new TR-76 Geist assault rifle. The TR-76 Geist resembles the RAM-7 in design, and it features quite a strong loadout in Warzone.

Without any attachments on it, the TR-76 Geist is a pretty solid all-around weapon. It doesn’t have much recoil, especially when used with the right attachments, and its damage range is extremely lethal no matter where an enemy is. The AR is a little slow, but that’s to be expected, and it has a decent fire rate as well. All in all, the TR-76 Geist is fine with no attachments, but a possible meta weapon with the proper loadout.

To see the best loadout for the TR-76 Geist in Warzone, check out the guide below.

Best TR-76 Geist loadout in Warzone

  • Barrel: Bruen Bridle 60
  • Optic: Aim OP-V4
  • Stock: Expedite Grid Pad
  • Underbarrel: FTAC Ripper 56
  • Magazine: 45 Round Mag
TR-76 Geist loadout Warzone
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This is perhaps one of the more basic loadouts you can make for the TR-76 Geist, but after some testing, it absolutely shreds enemies.

The Bruen Bridle 60 barrel and FTAC Ripper 56 help out tremendously with lowering any lingering recoil while the Expedite Grip Pad gives you a little mobility to make snapping onto enemies a little easier. The 45 Round Mag is the highest capacity magazine the TR-76 Geist can use while the Aim OP-V4 is still the king of long range scopes in Warzone.

Related: The best TR-76 Geist loadout in MW2

It remains to be seen whether or not the TR-76 Geist will become meta in Warzone, but this loadout gives it a solid chance.

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.