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Warzone Pacific Mid-Season 1 LMG Tier List

DBLTAP's LMG tier list for Call of Duty: Warzone Pacific, updated for the Season One Mid-Season Update.
DBLTAP's LMG tier list for Call of Duty: Warzone Pacific, updated for the Season One Mid-Season Update. / Image courtesy of Activision

Our Warzone Pacific Mid-Season 1 LMG tier list is here to break down which of the guns are the best to use in Caldera and Rebirth Island with the launch of Raven Software's Mid-Season Update.

Midway through the debut season of the Warzone Pacific era, Raven continues to churn out patches in hopes of fixing issues and balancing the meta. With their latest patch, plenty of the player base's popular options at the moment received tweaks in particular. As such, here are the best LMGs to use in Call of Duty: Warzone Pacific after the update.

Warzone Pacific Mid-Season 1 LMG Tier List

S Tier

Bren
Bren / Image courtesy of Ralston Dacanay, Activision

In the S Tier are three Vanguard LMGs that have established themselves as ahead of the rest of the pack, not only in the weapon category but the entire mid-to-long range meta altogether. The Bren, MG42, and Type 11 are all extremely easy to use, as well as supremely strong.

A Tier

Stoner 63
Stoner 63 / Photo courtesy of Ralston Dacanay, Activision
  • PKM
  • Bruen Mk9
  • DP27
  • RPD
  • Stoner 63
  • MG 82

In A Tier are six options that are pretty good and remain generally very balanced to use in Warzone. From the Bruen Mk9 to the RPD, feel free to try these guns out to see if you can find an underrated sleeper.

B Tier

SA87
SA87 / Image courtesy of Ralston Dacanay, Activision
  • SA87
  • RAAL MG
  • FiNN LMG

These weapons in B Tier remain viable, but could use a slight buff in order for more players to seriously consider mastering them.

C Tier

M91
M91 / Image courtesy of Ralston Dacanay, Activision
  • M60
  • MG34
  • Holger-26
  • M91

The C Tier includes guns that definitely need a buff in Warzone. Being that these are LMGs, they're all likely not worth a custom loadout drop, and therefore will almost never see the light of day in most games.