News - Battle Rifles Ranked Worst To Best. Warzone 2
Modern warfare ii worst to best introduction
Well, you're about to learn about all the battle rifle's unique stats and how they stack up against each other because you clicked on a Modern Warfare 2 worst-to-best series where I rank all weapons within a class after I've unlocked Platinum camo and have a considerable amount of experience with each.
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4th place battle rifle
The battle rifles The worst battle rifle in the game, hands down, is the Lochman 762, starting us off at the number four spot. The season 2 update said the lochman 762 got buffed in the patch notes, but in game the lochman actually got nerfed really hard, so much so that is definitely the worst battle rifle now that it's a two-to-three shot kill requiring more accuracy at range, it'll then fall off to a three shot kill only at 43 meters and beyond.
It already had a slower fire rate, and they nerfed it even more in season two, so now the Lockman is the slowest killing battle rifle in the majority of situations. top of that, it has some challenging recoil; it's bouncy; it has significant sway and slow re-center speed, which makes it tricky to use at mid-range and beyond; and it makes this the most inconsistent battle rifle from experience now.
I prefer to use the battle rifles in semi-auto. Mode this applies to all the battle rifles when you switch them to full auto; they generally kill slower and are more challenging to use because of the additional recoil. There is one battle rifle that I'll point out where full auto has its benefits; otherwise, I'll always recommend that you use these in semi-auto, for example, to bring this back to the Lochman.
The Lochman Kin one-shot headshot is within its first damage range in semi-auto; it can't do this in full auto, and that one-shot headshot is pretty nice. A nice trait is that it has the fastest aim-down sight speed in the class, but that's countered by a slower than average reload time of 4 seconds.
At least there's a fast-mag option for this weapon if you want to sacrifice an attachment slot. Prior to the update. I actually had the Lockman at the bottom of the list; it will likely never be an above-average weapon because of its bouncy recoil, and it needs a significant fire rate buff to be good, and that would encroach on the other battle rifles and require a significant class-wide rebalance, which is why I'm confident in sliding the Lockman 762, at worst.
3rd place battle rifle
Next up at the number three spot, I have the Attack V, which is a decent rifle. Originally, I had it at number two on my list, but an upcoming battle rifle had a significant buff that pushed the attack down in season two. The attack is a two- to three-shot kill, requiring more accuracy at range. It will fall off to a 3-4 shot at 46 meters and beyond, and unlike the Lochman, the attack cannot do a one-shot headshot, which kinda sucks, but if you can land shots, the attack V can be competitive with the other battle rifles and other classes, outgunning a decent amount of weapons the further out you get in range.
Shots should be easy with the attack V because the recoil is fairly minimal and it also has a fast reload. Now, the aim down sight speed is slower than average, but the good news is you can stack a lot of the faster handling attachments that harm your recoil, and your recoil actually doesn't get very hard; it's still very usable, so you can improve the slow aim down sights and all the handling stats and still land your shots consistently. The tacv is easy to use; it's a reliable weapon; obviously, it's not the best being at the number three spot, but it's good, and you can put in some work with it.
2nd place battle rifle
Runner-up, at the number two spot, is the SO14, which was a decent weapon before the season 2 update, but it got a significant buff to its fire rate, and now it is the fastest killing battle rifle in semi-auto.
You need to be effective with it; you need to hit chest and up for that faster kill rather than wasting ammo like the other three rifles, but if you can land those shots, you can kill in as little as 111 milliseconds, which is essentially tied with the Rao LMG as the fastest killing non-one-shot weapon in the game.
The SO14 is also the one battle rifle that doesn't put you at a massive disadvantage when you use it in full auto, thanks to its fast fire rate, while its close-range potential is slow in full auto. The four- to five-shot kill you can get at mid- to long-range can outgun the other battle rifles in semi-auto mode, not just full-auto semi-auto.
As well, it's going to perform better in semi-auto mode, but I highly recommend you give it a try in full auto if you haven't already. It handles just like an assault rifle now, and while the SO14's damage is fantastic, it's not at the top spot because it's held back by its handling speeds. It has the slowest aim down sights and the slowest sprint to fire in class, and while not the slowest, the reload speed is slower too.
This sluggishness isn't ideal for a battle rifle's role, so I just can't give it the number-one spot because the number-one battle rifle is much more versatile.
1st place battle rifle (best!)
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This will then fall off to a 3- to 4-shot kill at 43 meters and beyond. In between all the battle rifles, the F-TAC Recon should feel the most consistent. You have to land shots from the waist up at any range for the fastest time to kill; it doesn't switch to chest-up only or anything like that like the other battle rifles do.
It is also the only battle rifle that has the ability to one-shot the head within the closest damage range, along with the lockman. The F-Tech has the second-fastest aim-down sight speed, trailing very closely behind the Lochman, which is the fastest. Reloading the battle rifle in class now, the downsides to the F-TAC Recon are its inconvenient 10-round magazine.