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

The best Tundra class Warzone has to offer will serve you well down in Verdansk

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

Call of Duty Warzone has some of the most satisfying sniping gunplay out there. With monstrous bolt-action rifles like the Kar98k and Swiss K31 featuring prominently in our list of best Warzone guns, there seems to be little space at the top for any other sniper.

However, we’ve seen a recent resurgence of players opting for the best LW3 Tundra class, and for good reason. Packing oodles of bullet velocity and the ability to one-shot targets, the Tundra is a monster at range. While the Kar98k and Swiss K31 remain the most popular snipers, more and more Tundras are finding their way into players’ best Warzone loadouts.

Naturally, the best Tundra class Warzone players should be using right now looks to emphasise the characteristics that make it so potent at stock. So expect to load up on attachments which amp up its bullet velocity. With this setup, the Tundra pretty much becomes a hitscan weapon until you get to super long distances, making it a solid choice in Verdansk, and an even better option if you want to ping targets from across Rebirth Island.

Without further ado, here’s the best Tundra class Warzone can provide right now.

Best Tundra class Warzone

  • 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 are natural choices. The suppressor also extends the Tundra’s effective damage range, and ensures you don’t make a ton of noise when taking pot shots.

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

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

Of course, you’re going to be hard-pressed winning a game with a sniper alone, so we’d recommend running the Tundra in tandem with one of the best assault rifles or SMGs Warzone has to offer:

Best Tundra class Warzone perks and equipment

If you do heed our advice and opt for a sniper support loadout, then you’ll definitely need to take Overkill. Aside from that, E.O.D and Amped will serve you well while you try and put a high-caliber round on a penny.

In the lethal slot we’d recommend packing some C4, while a Heartbeat Sensor is 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 be hitting the headlines like its glitzier cousins, but with this build it’ll certainly be hitting heads. Next time you take a trip to Verdansk or Rebirth Island, you should definitely keep a Tundra by your side – it is, after all, one of the best Warzone classes we’ve seen this season.

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