The best Grau 5.56 loadout in Call of Duty: Warzone Season 3
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For any veterans of Call of Duty: Warzone, the Grau 5.56 is remembered as the weapon that first overtook the game. Its dominance in the early going of Warzone was unmatched and it took several weeks before the developers decided to nerf it.

In Season 3, the assault rifle doesn’t have any of that clout. Instead, it’s a middling weapon that only pops up in the killfeed when players want to try out older loadouts. However, the Grau 5.56 is still a serviceable weapon that features little recoil, decent damage and average mobility. With the correct loadout, it can be a viable weapon that competes with some of Warzone’s top rifles.

Best Grau 5.56 loadout in Warzone

The Grau 5.56 doesn’t have too many redeeming qualities in Season 3. Instead, it features many average stats that don’t tip the scales in either direction. Because of this, many players now overlook the Grau when designing an AR loadout in Warzone.

Its average stats actually work in the Grau’s favor, though, as the loadout can feature any attachment.

  • Muzzle: Monolithic Suppressor
  • Barrel: Tempus 26.4” Archangel
  • Underbarrel: Commando Foregrip
  • Ammunition: 60 Round Mags
  • Rear Grip: Stippled Grip Tape

With this Grau 5.56 loadout, there’s no specific area in which it excels in Warzone. It’s built for medium-range gunfights but it can also work in close-range, due to the Stippled Grip Tape. This rear grip attachments boosts both ADS and sprint to fire time.

For medium-range fights, the Monolithic Suppressor and Tempus 26.4″ Archangel attachments are in use. The former reduces recoil and keeps players off the radar while the latter increases damage range and bullet velocity and reduces recoil.

Rounding out the loadout is the Commando Foregrip and 60 Round Mags; two standard attachments for ARs in Warzone. While this Grau 5.56 loadout won’t turn many heads, in the right hands, it might pop a couple of them in Warzone.

Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 6+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.