How to play Call of Duty Warzone like Gunless: loadout, button mapping, controller binds and more info

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Playing Call of Duty: Warzone is a lot like making a cup of tea. You can pick it, put it in a cup, pour the milk in last unless you're a monster, and then you forget about it and have to microwave it later.

Alright, maybe Warzone it's nothing like making a cup of tea, but it is damn good fun, and it'll probably end up being the reason your tea keeps going cold anyway.

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There are a lot of excellent Warzone players out there, and if you want to learn how to play like them, then it's a good idea to see the weapons they tend to use as well as how they control the game.

So, here is everything you need to know about how Gunless plays Call of Duty: Warzone.

Gunless Warzone Loadout

Gunless is one of those players who flit around with what they're using a lot. If you watch a video of them streaming, chances are there'll be a moment or two where they're tweaking one of the loadouts.

It means it's pretty hard to see what they use in Warzone generally, especially when they often call in loadout drops to get their squad to use them instead of using them themselves. The good news though, is that the stats available on Cod Tracker show a definite bit of favouritism for the M4A1.

The M4A1 is an all-around powerhouse of an Assault Rifle, and a lot of pros use it equipped with the Monolithic Suppressor Muzzle, the Stock M16 Grenadier Barrel, the Cronen LP945 Mini Reflex Optic, and the 60 Round Mags Ammunition attachments.

Overall though, Gunless does pretty well no matter what weapon they pick up, and that just takes a lot of practice to emulate.

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Gunless Warzone Button Mapping

Gunless uses a PS4 controller, which means there are far fewer keys to map to, but it also means a more standard approach to controlling the chaos of Warzone. While we don't know for sure, this is probably how the buttons are mapped, based on what other pros like NickMercs are doing:

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