The Cold War AUG once dominated the playground in Call of Duty: Warzone. Its triple firing pattern makes it easy for players to take down players in just a few pulls of the trigger, allowing you to stop power similar to a sniper, while still leaving plenty of room for each shot. shoot. Since then, it has been heavily nerfed, making it more difficult for less experienced players to use. But if you’re balancing your shots, you can still sweep the floor with AUG (CW).
It’s better if you know how to build your AUG (CW) properly with the right attachments. As a tactical rifle, there aren’t too many options when it comes to reloading, but there are a few variations and things you should know when equipping your AUG (CW). In this guide, we’ll take a look at a weapon overview, along with some payloads to suit your playstyle. These are the best AUG (CW) downloads in Call of Duty: Warzone.
Let’s dive into the AUG (CW) overview first, before looking at the load results. This weapon is a tactical rifle, not to be confused with Modern War AUG (annoying with the exact same name). You will often hear Raven Software refer to the AUG (CW) as the Charlie Tactical Rifle to distinguish between the two. This is mainly used at long range and has a three-shot pattern, meaning that each time you pull the trigger, only three bullets fire before you have to pull the trigger again (as opposed to full auto). ).
Due to being semi-automatic, the AUG (CW) is not the easiest weapon to use. Many players may choose to only use fully automatic weapons, as they are generally more forgiving. But if you have a quick trigger finger and are good at controlling the recoil, the AUG (CW) might be for you. It’s a great weapon, but you have to execute your shots fast to make it effective. One cool thing about the AUG (CW) is that it comes with a built-in optical tube, freeing up an attachment slot for you. Speaking of attachments, let’s get into builds.
|Bin||Task Force 19.8 ″|
|share||SAS Combat Stock|
|Bottom bin||Field agent forewarned|
|Ammunition||45 Rnd Drum|
AUG (CW) is, of course, for long range, but you can really build it for more aggressive playstyles up close. It won’t look like an SMG, but you can definitely dominate mid-range if you know how to build it. With tactical rifles, we almost always recommend the Agency silencer muzzle. This will keep you out of the minimap, but will also improve control over vertical recoil, bullet velocity, and effective damage range. Even with a mid-range build, you still want good bullet speed and as much recoil control as possible. You can swap this out for a regular Silencer, but generally we recommend a Dealer Silencer so you can still do longer range shots.
This is followed by a 19.8 ″ Special Forces barrel, which increases effective damage range and bullet velocity. Usually with a mid-range build you won’t need to prioritize bullet velocity, but since this is a tactical rifle you’ll want all the range boosts you can get. The cool thing about Task Force Barrel is that it increases bullet speed and range without affecting mobility. Then to compensate for heavier attachments you should apply SAS Combat Stock. This will improve your movement speed when firing, walking target’s movement speed, and target’s down-of-sight (ADS) rate of fire. This will greatly improve the speed at which you can move while shooting at enemies.
Skip the Optic for this build and apply Field Agent Foregrip Underbarrel instead. You’ll want this attachment as it improves your vertical and horizontal recoil control and eliminates the Taskbar penalties. AUG (CW) currently has medium to high recoil, so this attachment should serve you well. Finally, we recommend that you always carry at least Rnd 45 Empty Ammo. You can use a larger magazine size, but the larger the magazine, the slower your ADS time. Forty-five rounds is usually a lot, especially since AUG (CW) doesn’t have slow reload times.
When it comes to the rest of the loading process, most of the perks will be the same as you might be used to. For slot 1, most players use Double Time or EOD as they are most useful in a practical sense; for slot 2, Ghost or Overkill is never a bad choice, but many skilled players have really turned to High Alert, as it will notify you when enemy players are looking at you, while perk slot 3 is almost always Amped for faster weapon swaps.
As for gear, we strongly recommend Molotovs for your deadly location and Stun or Heart Rate Sensor for your tactical placement. There is more room to experiment with the device because of the many possible options.
|Bin||Joint Grade 19.6″|
|optics||Axial Arms 3x|
|Bottom bin||Field agent forewarned|
|Ammunition||45 Rnd Drum|
Normally we try to include three builds in our reload guide, but since the AUG (CW) is really only designed for long range, there aren’t many options for using this weapon. With that in mind, let’s dive into the standard long-range structure, intended for battles at ranges of about 50-100 meters or so. Again, start with the Agency Silencer Muzzle, which is the best for long range, while also keeping you out of the minimap.
After that, we recommend changing to a 19.6-inch Match Level Bucket to increase the damage range. Now, this is when things get complicated. You’ll notice with the previous mid-range version we recommend using Task Force 19.8″, which will improve your bullet speed. However, that attachment greatly reduces vertical and horizontal recoil control, which is not recommended with a long-range build. It’s a trade-off, and both attachments are good, but AUG (CW) is inherently difficult to control. That’s why we like Match Grade, because it doesn’t affect your recoil. You don’t benefit from having a high bullet speed if the weapon recoil is so high that you can’t even hit your shots. If you find this weapon’s recoil controllable, try the Task Force from afar and see how you do – but the Match Level seems more appropriate.
Then apply Axial Arms 3x Optic, the standard for ranged builds like this. Of course, you could opt for something with a higher zoom, but 3x seems to be the hot spot. Also, make sure you go through the various statistics tables, as this can greatly improve your performance. We like the On Point umbrella. The rest of the build is pretty much the same as the mid-range version. Go with the Field Agent Foregrip Underbarrel for improved vertical and horizontal recoil control, as well as the 45 Rnd Empty Ammo. With this reload, you can absolutely use a higher magazine size because you have to be far enough away from the target to safely reload. ADS speed is another factor to always consider with large sizes.
Regarding privileges, the same recommendations still apply. For this build, the High Alert perk is highly effective as it will help you avoid snipers or other players who will shoot you from a distance. Or having Overkill to carry an SMG or other close range weapons is also a great idea with this reloading process. We also recommend having Claymores to keep an eye on your back as you’ll likely be opening up shop somewhere.