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Warzone Season 3 Reloaded LMG Tier List

DBLTAP's LMG tier list for Call of Duty: Warzone, updated for Season 3 Reloaded.
DBLTAP's LMG tier list for Call of Duty: Warzone, updated for Season 3 Reloaded. / Image courtesy of Activision/Screenshot: Ralston Dacanay

Our Warzone Season 3 Reloaded LMG tier list is here to break down which of the guns are the best to use in Caldera and Rebirth Island, following the launch of Raven Software's latest major balancing update.

With the Season 3 Reloaded patch, the LMG weapon class was pretty much the only one that mostly remained untouched as only the Whitley and Type 11 received some slight buffs. However, that's not to say that the community hasn't figured out which of the options are most viable in the meta at the moment. As such, here is how the LMGs stack up in Call of Duty: Warzone Season 3 Reloaded.

Warzone Season 3 Reloaded LMG Rankings

S Tier

DP27
DP27 / Image courtesy of Ralston Dacanay, Activision

Kicking things off in S Tier are the two LMGs that have proven to still be reliable long-range options in the current meta: the Bruen Mk9 and DP27.

A Tier

MG 82
MG 82 / Image courtesy of Ralston Dacanay, Activision

In A Tier are three LMGs that statically are comparable to the two above, but just aren't as popular at the moment. The Type 11, in particular, here is perhaps the most likely to move up the list considering it just got buffed. Feel free to try these LMGs out to see if you can find an underrated sleeper.

B Tier

Bren
Bren / Image courtesy of Ralston Dacanay, Activision

These six LMGs in B Tier remain viable, but could use a slight buff in order for more players to seriously consider mastering them. Included here are the two most popular LMGs in the game, the RPD and the Bren. Due to the nerfs they've received over the seasons, however, it's likely best for those still using these LMGs to try out the options above.

C Tier

Whitley
Whitley / Image courtesy of Ralston Dacanay, Activision

Lastly, these C Tier LMGs have been behind in the pack for far too long and are not close to having a place in the meta. 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.

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