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As Call of Duty: Warzone Season 3 has nerfed several players’ most-used weapons, there’s been a search for the next meta gun. Players are trying out multiple different weapons and loadouts in an attempt to get ahead of the competition. However, if there’s been one gun tried more than others, it’s the LC10 submachine gun.

A DLC gun in Black Ops Cold War, the LC10 is becoming increasingly popular in Warzone. It features great stats, which make even its base version a joy to use. Of course, throwing on attachments turns it into a much better weapon; one that rightfully belongs in the meta.

Best LC10 loadout in Warzone

While the Black Ops Cold War MP5 still reigns supreme in the SMG category, the LC10 has been slowly creeping up on it. Players are either tired of using the MP5 or see the value that the LC10 brings to the table in a battle royale setting.

Its damage is next to none in Warzone and, with the right attachments, it features almost no recoil. This is all paired with other elements that make the LC10’s recommended loadout a real threat to the MP5.

  • Muzzle: Agency Suppressor
  • Barrel: 13.9″ Task Force
  • Underbarrel: Field Agent Grip
  • Ammunition: 55 STANAG Rnd
  • Stock: Raider Stock

The biggest negative against the LC10 is its somewhat high recoil. To help mitigate this, the Agency Suppressor and Field Agent Grip are in place. Both vertical and horizontal recoil are reduced, making the LC10 a laser beam at medium-range.

Following those attachments is the 13.9″ Task Force barrel, which increases damage, range and bullet velocity. To make the most out of these stat increases, the STANAG 55 Rnd mag is equipped to ensure that players can fire off as many bullets as possible.

Finally, the Raider Stock is a staple of SMG loadouts. It increases sprint-to-fire time and ADS firing move speed; two huge boosts when using an SMG.

The MP5 might be the better option overall but the LC10 certainly stakes its claim when players are at a buy station or loadout drop.


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.


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