Best Warzone Loadouts: Top Pacific Season 2 builds

Call Of Duty Warzone Pacific Nebula V Ammo
Call Of Duty Warzone Pacific Nebula V Ammo (Image credit: Activision)

Call of Duty: Warzone is now in its second season of the Warzone Pacific update that brought about massive changes to the popular free-to-play battle royale. With each new patch, the popular meta of weapon loadouts changes as the developers continue to nerf and buff the weapons and equipment according to player feedback. Still yet, not every meta is going to be suitable for every player. Sometimes it can be just as important to understand the meta to counter it so much as to fall in line with it.

Call of Duty: Warzone Pacific Weapons

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Call Of Duty Warzone Pacific Cooper Carbine Loadout

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When Warzone originally launched in 2020, the battle royale game was meant to tie in with Modern Warfare (2019). However, the overwhelming popularity of the game changed the landscape for future Call of Duty titles. As the launch of Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War loomed in the fall of 2020, it was evident that continued success for the franchise was riding on Warzone integration. Cold War's roster of Operators, armory of weapons, and customization features were eventually worked into Warzone along with a shared Battle Pass system.

With the release of Call of Duty: Vanguard in 2021, however, the already present cracks surrounding the premium and free-to-play titles' integrations were becoming more ominous. Vanguard's integration into Warzone has not been quite as smooth as the developers had hoped. Nevertheless, they persisted and Warzone Pacific was born with an entirely new map and setting. However, there were new issues with balance as the game now blended a variety of weapons spanning several different eras.

Vanguard's World War II setting was in danger of pitting woefully underpowered firearms from the 1940s against modern high-power assault rifles and machine guns. The struggle to balance these weapons has led to a fracture in the playlists available for Warzone, as modes like Vanguard Battle Royale limit players only to Vanguard's available armory and attachments, whereas modes like Rebirth Resurgance leave all the guns on the table. Here are some loadouts you can put together to make the most of the weapons available to you, no matter which mode you enjoy.

Cooper Carbine

  • Recoil Booster
  • 18" Ragdoll G45
  • Slate Reflector
  • Removed Stock
  • M3 Ready Grip
  • 9mm 60 Round Drums
  • Compressed Rounds
  • Fabric Grip
  • Vital
  • Fully Loaded

Grau 5.56

  • Monolithic Suppressor
  • Tempus 26.5 Arch
  • Commando Foregrip
  • 60 Round Mags
  • No Stock

Owen Gun

  • M1929 Silencer
  • Gawain 188mm Shrouded
  • Slate Reflector
  • Removed Stock
  • Mark IV Skeletal
  • 7.2 Gorenko 72 Round Drums
  • Hollow Point
  • Fabric Grip
  • Acrobatic
  • Quick


  • Monolithic Suppressor
  • Singuard Custom 27.6'
  • Tac Laser
  • Sniper Scope
  • Short Comb FTAC

Call Of Duty Warzone Pacific Ppsh 41 Loadout

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  • Oil Can Silencer
  • Kovaleskaya 230mm B03P
  • ZFA 3.5x Rifle Scope
  • Removed Stock
  • Carver Foregrip
  • 8mm Nambu 71 Round Mags
  • Hollow Point
  • Pine Tar Grip
  • Fleet
  • Quick


  • Recoil Booster
  • 300mm Wilkie Custom
  • 1229
  • SA 43 Folding
  • Carver Foregrip
  • 7.62 Gorenko 48 Round Mag
  • Hollow Point
  • Pine Tar
  • Acrobatic
  • Quick


  • MX Silencer
  • ZAC 600mm BFA
  • Slate 2.5x Custom
  • Anastasia Padded
  • M1941 Hand Stop
  • Sakura 75 Round Drum
  • Lengthened
  • Polymer Grip
  • Tight Grip
  • Fully Loaded

Call of Duty: Warzone's future

Call Of Duty Warzone Pacific Season 2 Chemical Plant

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If the past is anything to go by, there are three to four more seasons of content potentially coming to Call of Duty: Warzone Pacific with each new season bringing about new weapons as well as inevitable changes to the viability of various loadouts. Call of Duty: Warzone is also expected to receive a sequel in the fall of 2022 that is expected to launch along with the next premium Call of Duty title, a sequel to 2019's Modern Warfare. It remains to be seen what effect the Microsoft's acquisition of Call of Duty's publisher, Activision, will have on the franchise.

Cole Martin

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