Playing Call of Duty: Warzone like Ninja is certainly something that people might want to aim for. We're talking more about his set up and button mapping, but making money by playing games is probably more what a lot of people are aiming for.
Well, we can't help you make money like Ninja, though dying your hair blue and trying to floss seem to be a part of the equation.
What we can do is help you match his loadout, button mapping, and maybe even tell you the tech he uses to play with.
So, here is everything you need to know to be able to play Call of Duty: Warzone just like Ninja.
Ninja Warzone Loadout
Gfinity Esports reports that Ninja favours an Assault Rifle as his primary weapon. He likes to use the Kilo 141 as his weapon of choice.
Ninja then uses the Flash Guard Muzzle, Scout Combat Optic, Recon Perk, 50 Round Mags, and Commando Foregip Underbarrel attachments. These all allow him to pack a punch across a variety of ranges.
He then uses the 1911 pistol as his secondary weapon, but often switches it out to an SMG where possible. He takes the Cold Blooded, Ghost, and Amped perks, and then the Frage Grenade as his lethal and Flash Grenade as his tactical.
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Ninja Warzone Button Mapping
Ninja uses the following button mapping according to Best Gaming Settings.
- Reload: R
- Prone: C
- Crouch: Left Ctrl
- Jump/Mantle: Space
- Use/Interact: E
- Change Stance/Slide: V
- Sprint/Steady Aim: Left Shift
- Toggle Camera: V
- Toggle Firing Mode: B
- Melee/Zoom: Caps Lock
- Auto Run: H
- Map: M
- Scoreboard/Inventory: Tab
- Aim Down Sight: Right Mouse Button
- Field Upgrade: X
- Lethal Equipment: Mouse Button 5
- Tactical Equipment: Mouse BUtton 4
- Use Armour Plate: 4
Ninja Tech Set-up
Ninja has a lot of money, so you shouldn't be too shocked to find out that his gear isn't exactly cheap, according to Pro Settings. Click any of the following links to jump over to a product page and make a purchase.
He also seems to like his own name on things, which is why he uses Finalmouse Air58 Ninja CBR Edition as his mouse. He glides that around on a HyperX Fury S Pro SE X-Large mouse mat.
He uses the Alienware AW2518H monitor for the best picture possible, a Ducky One 2 Mini RGB keyboard for its precision and funny name, and the Beyerdynamic DT 990 Pro headset so he can always hear the sound of his enemies as well as his own voice.
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