Season Three of Call of Duty: Warzone introduced new weapons, a new Verdansk ’84 map, and more. However, the content has not stopped there. The CARV.2 is the latest tactical rifle to be added into Call of Duty: Warzone. In the battle royale, it is a strong contender due to its strong base damage and accuracy.
To unlock the CARV.2, you have to complete a challenge. It tasks you with rapidly getting two or more kills in 10 different matches with a tactical rifle. If you prefer, you can always buy the weapon through the in-game store. The CARV.2 Konsole blueprint is available to purchase in the Plastik Prototype bundle.
Call of Duty: Warzone CARV.2 class
- Muzzle: Agency Silencer
- Barrel: 20.8” Strike Team
- Underbarrel: Field Agent Foregrip
- Optic: Axial Arms 3x
- Ammunition: 45 Round Drum
To begin your class, an essential attachment for the CARV.2 in Warzone is the Agency Silencer. This provides multiple benefits to your weapon such as sound suppression, allowing your shots to stay concealed on the mini map. At the same time, you will experience a boost to your vertical recoil control, bullet velocity, and effective damage range. Pairing this with the 20.8” Strike Team Barrel will further improve the effective damage range and bullet velocity of the weapon. Next, the Field Agent Foregrip is a valuable attachment when improving your accuracy. The attachment will improve both your horizontal and vertical recoil control.
In terms of selecting an Optic, the Axial Arms 3x is a popular choice, as it provides a strong level of magnification. This will allow you to confidently take on long range fights, while being able to shred through players at medium range. To complete your class, use the 45 Round Drum Magazine to have a larger ammunition capacity. Although this attachment does not fully maximize your ammunition, it does provide you with enough without any significant drawbacks.
As the CARV.2 is suited to long range gunfights in Warzone, you should pair it with a weapon that is ready to fight in close-quarter combat. A shotgun, pistol, or submachine gun are all viable options to make your loadout as versatile as possible.