Type 100 is an S.M.G. with a high fire rate and damage output. Here’s an in-depth guide to creating the best Type 100 loadout in Warzone Season 5 Last Stand Reloaded.
In the current Warzone meta, Submachine Guns are strong as they always dominate mid-range and close-range gunfights. Like most other weapons in its class, Type 100 is a versatile S.M.G. with a high fire rate and excellent damage output.
Type 100 is a short barrel gun similar to a Sten gun with a side-loading magazine, and it is easy to use while moving. Consequently, this weapon is really effective in close-range gunfights. Clearing corners in Rebirth Island Trials and dominating mid-range gunfights in the Champions of Caldera will be a breeze using this SMG with the proper loadout.
A few Type 100 attachments were nerfed with the Season 3 Classified Arms update. Besides the weapon’s adjustment, it has remained untouched since the launch of Vanguard. The weapon behaves well in most conditions.
How to unlock Type 100 in CoD Warzone
Type 100 is part of Call of Duty: Vanguard’s weapon pool. It is a sub-machine gun (S.M.G.), 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 Type 100 Loadout
- Muzzle: Recoil Booster
- Barrel: Warubachi 134mm Rapid
- Optic: Slate Reflector
- Stock: Warubachi Skeletal
- Underbarrel: Mark VI Skeletal
- Magazine: .30 Russian Short 36 Round Mags
- Ammo Type: Hollow Point
- Rear Grip: Rubber Grip
- Perk 1: Tight Grip
- Perk 2: Quick
Recoil Booster is a must for all Vanguard guns. It increases the fire rate while slightly reducing accuracy. Warubachi 134mm Rapid barrel offers increased bullet velocity and range with better recoil control. However, it reduces hip-fire accuracy, aiming down sight, and movement speed.
For optic, Slate Reflector is the better option. It is a small rectangular sight that provides 1.35x magnification and precision sight picture. As for the stock, Warubachi Skeletal is the best option for faster movements as that will make rush gunfights easier, providing hip-fire accuracy, and increased sprint to fire speed.
As for perks, the first choice of perk is Tight Grip. It increases accuracy and recoil control during sustained fire. The second perk is Quick; it slightly increases sprint speed while wielding the weapon. Rubber Grip provides better recoil control and hip-fire accuracy. Also, Mark VI Skeletal underbarrel provides faster aim down sight speed.
.30 Russian Short 36 Round Mags is a big magazine; it provides increased ammunition and increases recoil control, accuracy, and fire rate. However, it reduces movement speed, bullet penetration, bullet velocity, and range. Hollow Point is the best choice regarding ammunition since it increases damage to limbs with reduced range.
Best Equipment & Perks for Type 100 Loadout
- Secondary: Cooper Carbine (Vanguard) or HDR (Modern Warfare)
- Tactical: Stim (Modern Warfare), or Heartbeat Sensor (Modern Warfare)
- Lethal: Throwing knives (Modern Warfare), or Proximity Mine (Modern Warfare)
- Perk – 1: Quick Fix, or E.O.D
- Perk – 2: Overkill
- Perk – 3: Amped, or Combat Scout
Quick Fix is the ideal perk for players constantly engaging in gunfights, enabling health regeneration when an enemy is killed. Opting for E.O.D. is also feasible to take less damage from non-killstreak explosives and fire.
Overkill as the second perk is a must. Players can carry an extra primary weapon in the secondary slot. Pairing Cooper Carbine or HDR with this S.M.G. will make the loadout more potent, and the secondary will help in handling both long to mid-distance gunfights with ease. Our Cooper Carbine loadout focuses on a long-range Assault Rifle build.
To swap between the weapons faster, Amped is the go-to. Faster switching between weapons will help in getting an edge over other players. Combat scout briefly highlights the whole team when an enemy player is shot.
As for tactical, stim gives an instant health regeneration upon use. Whereas, the Heartbeat sensor can help track other players roaming nearby and use that info to plan the next gunfight.
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. Moreover, after downing a player, immediately throwing a knife will eliminate the player regardless of the range it’s thrown from. Proximity Mine can be opted out of throwing knives to watch flank when stationary.
All the latest Type 100 Buffs & Nerfs
Type 100’s visual recoil was decreased with the Season 3 update. As for its attachment, the 8mm Kurz 48 Round Drums got nerfed. Its bullet velocity was reduced heavily, making it obsolete. However, given the state of the weapon currently, it is a solid option in the S.M.G. category.
Type 100 (VG)
- Visual Recoil decreased
- 8mm Kurz 48 Round Drums: Damage Multiplier decreased to 6.5%, down from 14%; Movement Speed decreased to -4%, down from -3%
Other Alternatives to the Type 100 in the Current Meta
In the current meta, other alternatives to Type 100 are MP40 (Vanguard) and Owen Gun (Vanguard). MP40 is an S.M.G. It is a hip-fire monster and, in the same way, also performs as a mid-range support weapon. Owen Gun is also a solid choice with high damage output, and it has a very low time to kill in close-range gunfights.