The M13 is Modern Warfare’s fastest firing fully automatic Assault Rifle. Here’s a step-by-step tutorial on creating the optimal loadout for the M13 in Warzone Season 3 Classified Arms.
The M13 is a fully automatic Assault Rifle with the fastest fire rate in the game. The gun was part of Warzone’s post-launch meta. With an extended magazine and proper build, the weapon can beam players in long-range gunfights with ease. The gun gained popularity due to the mission “Clean House” from Modern Warfare (2019).
The gun was used by content creators a lot before the addition of Grau 5.56 in the game. The gun remained unparalleled due to its fire rate, and the only weapon able to go head to head with this Assault Rifle was the M4A1. The gun was used by some riflers in CDL pro play, however, it did not last for long.
The M13 has not been significantly nerfed or buffed since the launch of Warzone. The gun is more or less in a balanced state. It is suitable for intermediate players and is capable of being a main primary weapon as well as a sniper support option.
How to Unlock M13 in CoD Warzone
The M13 is part of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare’s weapon pool. It is an Assault Rifle (A.R.), an unlockable weapon available after reaching level 39. It is part of the post-launch weapon line available to all players from day one.
The best tip for leveling up in Call of Duty: Warzone is to spend more time in-game. The experience (XP) system in Warzone is pretty straightforward. The more time you spend in-game, the more XP you will gain. Additionally, completing daily and weekly challenges will provide extra XP, which will be helpful to level it up faster. After unlocking and leveling it up quickly, players can choose from various attachments.
Best M13 Loadout
Muzzle: Monolithic Suppressor
Barrel: Tempus Marksman
Optic: VLK 3.0x Optic or 4.0x Flip Hybrid
Underbarrel: Commando Foregrip
Magazine: 60 Round Mags
Anyone familiar with the weapon pool in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare should know how powerful the monolithic suppressor is, regardless of the weapon. The extra power makes any weapon more viable in long-range gunfights. The main disadvantage of choosing a monolithic suppressor is a slower walking speed when aiming and a slower A.D.S. (aim down sight) speed.
Similarly, Tempus Marksman barrel is the way to go for the M13. It will improve damage range, bullet velocity, and recoil control significantly. The sole drawback is the slower aim down sight and movement speed, which will be rectified later with other attachments. Tempus is undoubtedly the meta attachment for M13 as the barrel increases the weapon’s efficiency by a considerable margin.
The V.L.K. 3.0x Optic and the Commando Foregrip are both additions that significantly boost the Assault Rifle’s aim down sight speed. A faster aim down sight speed will enable players to snap onto opponents and secure effortless kills quickly. In addition, the optic will provide a 3x magnification for more excellent long-range vision. The 4.0x Flip Hybrid is also a feasible optic choice for the Assault Rifle, and the optic is a 2 in 1 hybrid sight with a scope and holographic sight.
Finally, 60 Round Mags will provide players with extra ammunition. More ammunition will lessen the problem of frequent reloading for players.
Best Equipment and Perks for M13 Loadout
Tactical: Stim (Modern Warfare), or Heartbeat Sensor (Modern Warfare)
Lethal: Throwing knives (Modern Warfare), or Claymore (Modern Warfare)
Perk – 1: Quick Fix, or E.O.D
Perk – 2: Overkill
Perk – 3: Amped, or Combat Scout
Quick Fix is an excellent perk for players who are continuously engaged in gunfights, as it enables rapid health recovery when an enemy is killed. Choosing E.O.D. to take less damage from non-killstreak explosives and fire is also feasible.
Overkill as the second perk is a must. Players can carry an extra primary weapon in the secondary slot. Pairing PPSh-41 or Kar98k with this Assault Rifle will make the loadout more potent, and the secondary will help in handling both long to mid-distance gunfights with ease. Our PPSh-41 loadout focuses on a close-range S.M.G. build.
Amped is the best way to switch between guns quickly. Faster switching between weapons will give players an advantage over other players. The perk combat scout briefly highlights the entire team when an opposing player is shot.
As for tactical, stim gives an instant health regeneration upon use. The Heartbeat Sensor can assist in tracking down other players in the area and planning the next fighting tactic. Throwing knives as lethal can be a backup in a close gunfight.
It has a one-shot potential on players with a minimal level of armor. Furthermore, instantly throwing a knife after downing a player will eliminate the player regardless of the range. Also, Claymore can be used instead of throwing knives to watch flank when stationary.
All the Latest M13 Buffs and Nerfs
The M13 has not been significantly nerfed or buffed since its launch. It has always remained in a balanced stage. The community has always agreed with the standpoint that the gun is balanced and it requires no buffs or nerfs.
The weapon has remained in the top 25 of Warzone’s lifetime meta. The gun is comparatively weaker than the other Assault Rifles in the meta, but it is not beginner-friendly due to the high fire rate and horizontal recoil.
Other Alternatives to the M13 in the Current Meta
Other alternatives to the M13 are Cooper Carbine (Hybrid AR), Armaguerra 43 (S.M.G.), and PPSH-41 (S.M.G.). Cooper Carbine is one of the most robust guns in Warzone Season 3 Classified Arms’ current meta. Armaguerra 43 is the newest edition in the weapon line of Call of Duty: Warzone season 2 reloaded. It has the fastest fire rate in the S.M.G. category. Check out our Cooper Carbine and Armaguerra 43 loadout guide for more information.