While you could easily look into playing like any pro Call of Duty player, let's say Nickmercs or TrainwrecksTV, you could also try and go even higher.
What's higher than a pro though?
Well, how about someone that teaches the pros, one of the coaches, like Crowder. He's an impressive player for sure, but you need to know how to copy him.
So, here's everything you need to play Call of Duty: Warzone like Crowder.
Crowder Warzone Loadout
Crowder did us a huge favour and has an entire video dedicated to his settings, loadouts, and even some general tips. In it, you can see that he has 3 M4A1 loadouts, 1 hybrid M4A1 MP7 loadout, 3 MP7 loadouts, 2 AK loadouts, and a Hardline Loadout.
We're just going to go over his first loadout, which is his M4 Overkill loadout. This, unsurprisingly, uses the M4A1 as his primary weapon, with the Task Force set-up, which includes the Monolithic Suppressor, the Corvus Custom Marksman, the No Stock, the Commando Foregrip, and the 60 Round Mags attachments.
He then has the HDR as his secondary weapon with the Monolithic Suppressor, the 26.9" HDR Pro, the Tac Laser, the FTAC Stalker-Scout, and the Sleight of Hand attachments.
Finally, he uses the Double Time, Overkill, and Amped perks, and finished the loadout off with the C4 as his lethal and Stun Grenade as his tactical choices.
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Crowder Warzone Button Mappings
According to the same video, Crowder has the following button mappings for mouse and keyboard in Warzone:
- Prone: Left Ctrl
- Sprint: Left Shift
- Reload: R
- Next Weapon: 2, 3
- Weapon Mount: Z
- Alternate Fire: P
- Melee/Finishing Move: V
- Use Lethal Equipment: G
- Use Tactical Equipment: Q
- Use Field Upgrade: X
- Use Armor Plate: 4
He also uses a controller occasionally too though and uses the Tactical Flipped button layout. So you can match him no matter your preference.
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