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JGOD Shows Off 'Meta' Warzone Attachment That Reduces Recoil by 30%

"What you're essentially doing is getting 30% less recoil and you can pretty much use it on any long-range meta build when it comes to Vanguard."
"What you're essentially doing is getting 30% less recoil and you can pretty much use it on any long-range meta build when it comes to Vanguard." / Image courtesy of JGOD, Activision

It appears the next meta attachment in Call of Duty: Warzone may have just been identified by content creator JGOD.

As longtime Warzone players probably know, the Vanguard era of the battle royale has seen a number of attachments rise in use over the seasons, from the Polymer Grip to the Taped Grip and Hatched Grip.

Breaking it all down in a recent YouTube video eloquently titled, "Try This Attachment for 30% Less Recoil in Warzone," JGOD showcased how the Bipod is perhaps the attachment that all players should be giving a try in Call of Duty: Warzone as soon as possible.

Warzone Bipod Underbarrel Attachment

"A lot of people haven't really talked about it because it's one of those things that's been around since the beginning and it really hasn't changed how it functions," JGOD said in the video. "Even in Modern Warfare, we had the Bipod on a lot of different weapons, it's just they weren't all that practical. But with the map works, and the way recoil works in the game, it is a very effective tool if you're planning to challenge people at very far ranges."

JGOD went on to show how the Vanguard Bipod underbarrel attachment improves the recoil and on any long-range meta build by 30% when mounted, crouched or prone.

"Obviously, there are some drawbacks," JGOD said. "When you are crouched, you move way slower so you're more of like a sitting duck. You're going to be more prone to getting headshot sniped.

"But, if you are on a long-range [angle] and you just want to get that much more accurate and you're accustomed to maybe positioning where you can be in a crouched position, you can maximize this and you're going to be able to shoot that much straighter which, at the end of the day, is kind of what the first-person shooter is about."

Ultimately, as JGOD explained, the Bipod could be an effective alternative to the M1930 Strife Angled, M1941 Hand Stop and Carver Foregrip on weapons like the KG M40 and STG44.


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