Warzone is as much a game as chance as it is about skill. You need to be good, for sure, but you also need to be lucky. They say it's better to be lucky than good, but it's not always that simple.
The thing is, short of becoming a weirdly superstitious person, you can't change your luck, you just have to hope you get blessed by RNG.
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You can improve your skill though, by practising. Of course, you can also try and mimic someone who is better than you.
If you're on the lookout for someone to copy, might we recommend copying the way Trainwrecks TV plays Warzone? So, here's everything you need to do just that.
Trainwreckstv Warzone Loadout
Trainwrecks uses the Overkill perk to be able to use the XRK M4 as his primary, which is a powerful blueprint variant of the M4A1, otherwise known as an improved version of one of the best guns in the game.
He then uses the HDR Sniper Rifle with the Monolithic Suppressor muzzle, the 26.9" HDR Pro barrel, the Tac Laser laser, the FTAC Stalker-Scout stock, and the Presence of Mine perk attachments. His loadout fits his playstyle, which tends to favour long-range combat over all else.
He also uses the Double Time and Tune Up perks alongside the Frag Grenade as his lethal and Heartbeat Sensor as his tactical.
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Trainwreckstv Warzone Button Mappings
While we don't know TrainwrecksTV's button mappings for certain, it's highly likely that they fall in line with other pro players:
Use/Interact: FJump/Mantle: SpaceProne: Left CtrlCrouch: CChange Stance/Slide: VSprint/Steady Aim: Left ShiftToggle Camera: VToggle Firing Mode: BReload: RMelee: Caps LockAuto Run: HMap: MScoreboard/Inventory: TabAim Down Sight: Right Mouse ButtonSpecial Ability: QEquipment: 4Health Kit: X
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