Call of Duty: Warzone Pacific Season Three has introduced an array of new content, with the highly anticipated Operation Monarch beginning tomorrow. Most recently, Treyarch surprised us by adding the new UGR submachine gun to Black Ops Cold War and Warzone Pacific. If you are looking for a powerful UGR class in Warzone Pacific, look no further, as this guide has you covered.
Already, the UGR has some desirable qualities such as a good amount of mobility and a steady fire rate. This class focuses on improving the accuracy and range of the weapon to make it an even bigger threat on the battlefield.
Call of Duty: Warzone Pacific UGR class
- Muzzle: GRU Suppressor
- Barrel: 10.7” Task Force
- Stock: KGB Skeletal Stock
- Rear Grip: Serpent Wrap
- Underbarrel: Spetsnaz Grip
Let’s begin by breaking down the class. The first attachment is the GRU Suppressor, which provides multiple benefits to your gun. You’ll experience increased vertical recoil control, bullet velocity, and effective damage range. This attachment also adds sound suppression to the weapon, keeping your shots hidden from enemy detection. When selecting a barrel, the 10.7” Task Force further improves your effective damage range and bullet velocity while adding to your strafe speed.
The KGB Skeletal Stock is a strong option for a faster sprint to fire time, aim down sight firing move speed, and aim walking movement speed. These features all prove useful in close-quarter combat. Then, the Serpent Wrap will give you an edge by making your aim down sight time even quicker. Finally, the Spetsnaz Grip completes this UGR class by boosting the accuracy with greater horizontal and vertical recoil control.
A UGR class is best suited to close range engagements in Warzone Pacific. To achieve a versatile loadout, you should pair it with a weapon that can take out enemies at long range. An assault rifle, light machine gun, and sniper rifle are all viable options. Currently, the Automaton and STG 44 are deadly assault rifles in Caldera and Rebirth island.