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Best Tundra Warzone class - best attachments, perks, and equipment

Check out the best Tundra Warzone loadout to take out your enemies from a distance with lethal precision.

Warzone Tundra class: A red and grey sniper rifle set against a black background

 You can no longer get or use the Tundra in Warzone because this version of the game was shut down. However, this guide will be updated and will be useful if the Tundra returns.

Call of Duty Warzone has some of the most satisfying sniping gunplay out there, no matter the era. With monstrous bolt-action rifles like the Kar98k and Swiss K31 featuring prominently in our list of best Warzone guns during the Black Ops Cold War era, there was little space at the top for any other sniper.

However, the LW3 Tundra class saw a resurgence later in the game’s life cycle, and for good reason. Packing oodles of bullet velocity and the ability to one-shot targets, the Tundra was a monster at range. While the Kar98k and Swiss K31 remained the most popular snipers, more and more Tundras were finding their way into players’ best Warzone loadouts.

Naturally, the best Tundra class Warzone emphasized the characteristics that made it so potent at stock. With this setup, the Tundra pretty much became a hitscan weapon until you got to super long distances, making it a solid choice in Warzone.

Nevertheless, that couldn’t save it. With the removal of Black Ops Cold War’s integration with Warzone, its arsenal and all of its content were removed too. That means that you can no longer get the Tundra in Warzone. Worry not though as there’s always a chance it could return to add more variety to one of the best battle royale games on PS5 and Xbox. And if it does return, you’ll want to know the best LAPA build in Warzone.

Best Tundra class Warzone

The best Warzone Tundra loadout was:

  • Wrapped Suppressor
  • 29.1” Combat Recon
  • SWAT 5mw Laser Sight
  • 7 Rnd
  • Serpent Wrap

With maximising bullet velocity being the name of the game, the inclusion of the Wrapped Suppressor and 29.1” Combat Recon barrel were natural choices for us. The suppressor also extended the Tundra’s effective damage range and ensured you didn’t make a ton of noise when taking pot shots. In other words, it let you assassinate your foe without giving your position away.

For optics, we opted for the SWAT 5mw Laser Sight, which not only counteracted the lost ADS time from the Wrapped Suppressor – something the Serpent Wrap also helped with – but also gave a nice boost to the Tundra’s stability when lining up your shots.

Magazine-wise you had a couple of options. The 7 Rnd mag was a great choice if you weren’t super confident and wanted to have a bit of a cushion to make sure your target goes down between reloads. If you weren’t fussed about extra capacity and like to reload between shots, then the Fast Mag was the way to go.

Of course, you would be hard-pressed to win a game with a sniper alone, so we recommended running the Tundra in tandem with one of the best assault rifles or SMGs Warzone had to offer:

Best Tundra class Warzone perks and equipment

If you heeded our advice and opted for a sniper support loadout, then Overkill was a necessity. Aside from that, E.O.D and Amped would serve you well.

In the lethal slot, we recommended packing some C4, while a Heartbeat Sensor was crucial for making sure a building’s safe to occupy before setting up shop with your shiny new Tundra Warzone loadout.

The LW3 Tundra may not have been hitting the headlines like its glitzier cousins, but with this build, it was certainly hitting heads.