The Type 63 loadout in Warzone is an underrated alternative for those wanting to use a Black Ops Cold War tactical rifle in Verdansk.
With the DMR 14 easily being the most popular gun in Call of Duty: Warzone at the moment, it's easy to imagine it receive a nerf in the coming weeks. As such, the Type 63 remains a good option, not only for those who may want to stay ahead of the curve, but also want a tad bit more damage on their semi-auto rifle.
Type 63 Loadout Warzone: Best Attachments to Use
- Muzzle: Gru Silencer
- Barrel: 16.4" Titanium
- Optic: Axial Arms 3x
- Underbarrel: Spetsnaz Ergonomic Grip
- Rear Grip: GRU Elastic Wrap
First and foremost, players will want to unlock and equip the last muzzle for the Type 63—the Gru Silencer. This is pretty much the 1980s version of the Verdansk staple Monolithic Suppressor, adding more damage range to the Type 63 with sound suppression.
Contrary to past patterns with class setups, however, the barrel of choice for the Type 63 is the 16.4" Titanium. As discovered by YouTuber JGOD, this short barrel actually adds the most fire rate and bullet velocity despite what it is says in game at the moment.
While the optic ultimately comes down to personal preference, the Axial Arms 3x seems like the way to go here for those medium-to-long rage engagements.
The Spetsnaz Ergonomic Grip underbarrel gives the Type 63 much needed vertical and horizontal recoil control.
While some might opt for an ammunition attachment to increase the Type 63's stock 25 round magazine, the GRU Elastic Wrap is a great option since it quickens the ADS speed and also adds flinch resistance.
For more on Call of Duty: Warzone, feel free to check out our coverage of the perfect secondary to the Type 63, the akimbo Diamattis.