The best sniper rifles in Warzone 2.0 deal with devastating amounts of damage over long distances and are stable enough to allow quick additional shots.
The best sniper rifles in Warzone 2.0 deal with devastating amounts of damage over long distances and are stable enough to allow quick additional shots. Warzone 2.0 allows players to carry three weapons, you can cover all bases with short, medium and long-range guns.
Warzone 2.0 has been long enough for a meta to emerge. Sadly, snipers aren’t part of it. Generally speaking, warzone 2.0’s gameplay design aims to eliminate sniping as a playstyle. That is, because snipers are no longer one-shot down with headshots by default. Let’s see what are the best sniper rifles currently in Warzone 2.0
Here are all information about the Top 5 Best Sniper Rifles in Warzone 2.0 given below :
The LA-B330 has some impressive ADS (target down site), low repeatability, and relatively light weight (compared to SP-X), but has been overtaken by other snipers in terms of raw damage output, fire rate, and weight. Still, if you prefer to use snipers for medium-distance fights, the LA-B isn’t a bad choice.ADS is impressive, but it’s effectively pointless when it does so little damage at the border. However, follow-up shots are moderately fast and easy to land, so LA-B is slightly better than SP-X in our opinion.
While the SP-X80 has low recoil and a really good ADS speed, it lags far behind other snipers when it comes to damaging output. You’ll need three shots to score a goal, making it impractical compared to other snipers currently in the game. In fact, the SP-X80 does so little damage in Warzone 2 that you’ll probably need three shots on target. This makes the weapon completely unviable, as even the worst players will be able to cover and plate by then.
Now we are cooking. The MCPR still can’t drop down, but it can reliably break three plates and damage the meat because it’s a “heavy sniper.” Of all the heavy snipers it has the best ADS time, so if they ever revert changes to sniping and allow at least the heavier sniper to do one-shot down, it could be meta. With a clip of 10 rounds, the MCPR-300 can do the quick work of an entire team.
The Victus was number one for quite some time due to a broken construction that allowed The Victus to do enough damage down with a headie. It used high-explosive ammo, which significantly increased the damage. But of course, the gunpowder was removed shortly afterwards. So now The Victorus is just a slow, heavy sniper who can’t do a one-shot.
Signal 50 has the same disadvantages as MCPR or Victus, but the fire-rate is so good. Usually the fire-rate in Warzone is pointless, but it becomes much more relevant when you need multiple shots. So so far, the signal takes the crown. It boasts a high damage output similar to MCPR and Vectus, but the high fire rate ensures you can quickly adhere to that second lethal shot.