Play Call Of Duty Warzone like Tommey: how to match the pro streamer's loadout and button mapping

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Call of Duty: Warzone is a lot of fun even if you're losing. However, it's a lot more fun if you keep winning, or at least getting a lot of kills in each round. That's why you might want to know how to play Call of Duty: Warzone like Tommey.

Tommey has an exceptional K/D ratio, and while all of the pros use whatever they find on the field, he makes an art of it.

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If you've been watching recently you'll have seen him running around with dual pistols and assault rifles, saving people like Nadeshot on his team, and just generally cleaning up.

So, here's everything you need to know to play Call of Duty: Warzone like Tommey.

Tommey Warzone Loadout

Unlike a lot of the expert Call of Duty players out there, Tommey's loadout is surprisingly hard to lockdown. So, we're actually using his stats from CoD Tracker instead.

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He favours the MP5 above all other weapons, it would seem, which makes a lot of sense given how powerful the submachine gun is. It's possible that he uses the Subsonic Integral Suppressor Barrel, the Classic Straight-Line Stock Stock, the Stippled Grip Tape Rear Grip, the 45-Round Mags Ammunition, and the Commando Foregrip Underbarrel attachments. At least, that's what we would use given his aggressive playstyle.

He also has a lot of kills with the M4A1. Again, we don't know for sure, but it's possible he uses the same attachments as Nadeshot, given how often they play together. That means he might be using the Monolithic Suppressor Muzzle, the Stock M16 Grenadier Barrel, the Operator Reflex Sight Optic, 60 Round Mags Ammunition, and Commando Foregrip Underbarrell attachments.

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Did you know that Tommey plays on PS4?
Did you know that Tommey plays on PS4?
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Tommey Warzone Button Mapping

Tommey plays on PS4, which makes Button Mapping far more likely to follow along with the standard set up that most of us use. So, here's what it's likely to look like based on what a lot of people, including the streamer NickMercs, play with:

  • Jump/Mantle: X
  • Crouch/Prone/Slide: O
  • Use/Reload: Square
  • Switch Weapon: Triangle
  • Use Tactical Equipment: L1
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  • Use Lethal Equipment: R1
  • Aim Down Sight: L2
  • Fire Weapon: R2
  • Sprint/Tactical Sprint/Steady Aim/Change Zoom: L3
  • Melee: R3

So, until Tommey makes a point of properly announcing his set-up, this is the best roundup we can give you about playing Warzone in his style!

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