It's not just the loadout that he uses, but the button mapping, the mouse settings, and even the video settings that you might want to use.
Sometimes using these can give you an edge, and if you're really trying to be competitive then you'll want every little bit of help you can get. Mimicking a pro is a good way to learn, and it may even help you develop your own style and preferences.
So, here is everything you need to know about how Nadeshot plays Warzone.
Nadeshot Warzone Loadout
Nadeshot, like much of the Warzone community, likes the M4A1. He uses it as his primary with the Monolithic Suppressor Muzzle, the Stock M16 Grenadier Barrel, the Operator Reflex Sight Optic, 60 Round Mags Ammunition, and Commando Foregrip Underbarrell attachments.
He favours the Kar98k as a secondary weapon with the Sniper Scope optic attachment. This way he has a good chance at any range, with the M4A1 being versatile at most ranges and the Kar98k covering it's few weak spots.
On top of these, he uses the Cold Blood, Overkill, and Amped perks with the Semtex and Heartbeat Sensor items to round it all out.
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Nadeshot Warzone Button Mapping
These are Nadeshot's Warzone button mappings according to Best Gaming Settings.
- Reload: R
- Prone: Left Ctrl
- Crouch: C
- Jump/Mantle: Space
- Use/Interact: E
- Change Stance/Slide: V
- Sprint/Steady Aim: left Shift
- Toggle Camera: V
- Toggle Firing Mode: B
- Melee: Caps Lock
- AutoRun: H
- Map: M
- Scoreboard/Inventory: Tab
- ADS: RMB
- Throwables: G
- Special Ability: Q
- Equipment 4
- Health Kit: X
Nadeshot Tech Set-Up
He uses the Ducky One 2 Mini RGB keyboard, which is nice and compact for even the smallest desks.
Last but not least, he uses the Astro A40 headset, so he can always hear his enemies coming. That last one is surprisingly important in Warzone thanks to the excellent sound design.