What is the best Warzone Lachmann 762 loadout? If you’re ready to drop into the popular battle royale, but struggling to decide what to use, might we recommend the Lachmann 762 for your custom loadout? This battle rifle may be unwieldy at first, but don’t let that fool you – it’s devastating once set up correctly. So, here’s the best Warzone Lachmann 762 loadout and class setup ahead of your next battle royale game.
The Call of Duty Warzone Lachmann-762 is a beast of a battle rifle – with the right attachments, anyway. Don’t worry about working those out, though, we’ll fill you in on everything you need to know below. With its recent buffs, the Lachmann-762 loadout has been creeping into the Warzone meta to become one of the best Warzone guns out there.
Best Warzone Lachmann 762 loadout
The best Warzone Lachmann 762 loadout is:
- Muzzle: Sakin Tread-40 (+0.15, +0.45)
- Barrel: 15.9″ Lachmann Rapp Barrel (-0.03, +0.13)
- Underbarrel: FTAC Ripper 56 (+0.35, +0.70)
- Optic: Aim OP-V4 (-1.65, -1.35)
- Magazine: 50 Round Drum
The Lachmann-762 is known for its heavy recoil, so reining that in is one of our main priorities when it comes to making a strong build for this weapon. However, once that’s done, you’ll end up with an absolute beast of a weapon with one of the best time-to-kill stats in the entire game. Furthermore, even though we recommend firing this weapon in full-auto most of the time, the Lachmann-762 is a battle rifle. This means that it has enhanced stopping power and bullet penetration compared to assault rifles, letting you shoot enemies through walls much easier.
So, to start things off, we recommend using the Sakin Tread-40 muzzle. This is the perfect first attachment in this Lachmann-762 loadout as it provides both horizontal and vertical recoil control. Sure, it does reduce aim down sight speed and aiming stability, but the added recoil control is too good to pass up, especially when tuned to further improve the handling of the weapon using a +0.15 horizontal tuning and +0.45 vertical tuning.
On a similar note, we’ve opted for the 15.9 Lachmann Rapp Barrel to further rein in the kick of the weapon. Improving hip fire accuracy, recoil control, damage range, and bullet velocity, you really couldn’t ask for much more out of an attachment. However, the weapon will take a hit to aim down sight speed, hip recoil control, and movement speed as a result. This can make it hard if you’re going up against the likes of the Warzone Lachmann Sub loadout or Warzone ISO 45 loadout. We recommend a -0.03 horizontal tuning and +0.13 vertical tuning.
It doesn’t stop there though, to take the recoil kick down another notch when using this battle rifle in full-auto, the FTAC Ripper 56 underbarrel attachment should be your go-to. The added recoil stabilization goes a long way in helping you land consecutive shots to drop your opponent in the blink of an eye. The improved hip fire accuracy and aiming idle stability are welcome, though not all that impactful. It will further damage aim down sight speed and walking speed though, so be sure to stay out of SMG range. As for tuning, we recommend a +0.35 horizontal tuning and +0.70 vertical tuning, though it’s always best to fiddle around to find out what works for you.
Given the intended range of the Lachmann-762 and the rather heavy kick, you’re going to want to use an optic attachment. Our personal pick is the Aim OP-V4, which offers a clear mid-range optic. However, the SZ Recharge-DX is very similar, and even a standard red dot can work to help you maintain target.
Last but not least, you can’t go wrong with the 50 Round Drum magazine attachment. Massively increasing our ammo capacity, the 50 Round Drum will let you take on multiple foes in full-auto and give you some much-need wiggle room if you miss some shots. It will, however, tank our agility, hindering aim down sight speed, movement speed, sprint to fire speed, and reload quickness. As a result, it’s best to bring a more mobile secondary weapon with you.
This Warzone Lachmann-762 loadout is inspired by a build by WarzoneStats, and you can see a similar setup in action by ‘Metaphor’ in the video below:
And, that is everything you need to know throwing together a solid Lachmann-762 build and setting yourself up for one of the best Warzone loadouts available right now.
Best Warzone Lachmann 762 class setup
Now, discussing the rest of your Lachmann-762 class, you’re going to want to pair this heavy-hitting but sluggish weapon with something that can handle close-range combat encounters. That’s why we recommend using the Lachmann Sub, ISO 45, or the best Warzone Fennec 45 loadout – all of which should offer you a fantastic option for short-range firefights. You could even pair it with the Warzone Lockwood 300 loadout for some shotgun action.
As for the rest of the loadout, you’re going to want to equip Drill Charges as your lethal and Smoke Grenades in your tactical slot. The Drill Charge is going to let you deal precision explosive damage at a distance and flush enemies out of cover – right into the sights of your Lachmann-762 -while Smoke Grenades should help you out-manoeuvring foes.
Lastly, perks have a big impact on the playstyle of any loadout, so it’s worth taking the time to plan it out. We recommend Overkill, High Alert, Fast Hands, and Double Time. Overkill is a must since it lets you carry two primary weapons, which you’ll need for a close-range backup weapon. Meanwhile, High Alert gives a warning when enemies are aiming at us, which is vital when moving around the map. Fast Hands and Double Time both increase speed and handling, which the Lachmann-762 is sorely in need of.
Best Warzone Lachmann 762 alternatives
The best Warzone Lachmann-762 alternatives are the TAQ-V, the Kastov 762, and the FR Advancer.
The Warzone TAQ-V loadout is a similarly mid-range battle rifle capable of a lightning-fast TTK. If you’re looking for something very similar to the Lachmann-762, then this is your best option.
On the other hand, the Warzone Kastov 762 loadout and the Warzone FR Advancer loadout are assault rifles that excel at surprisingly long ranges. They’re both certainly more agile than the Lachmann-762, though don’t have quite as much stopping power and penetration.
Well, that’s everything you need to know to make the best Warzone Lachmann-762 loadout and build. You’re now ready to take the top spot in one of the best competitive FPS games on the market.