The LC10 in Warzone is one of the easier sub-machine guns to get to grips with in Warzone.
Although it has a relatively low firepower rating, the new SMG has a pretty low horizontal and vertical recoil, and it can reach ranges that would ordinarily be out of the reach of SMGs like the MAC-10.
Arriving in Warzone on February 25, 2021 alongside the FARA 83, the LC10 SMG first debuted as part of the Season 2 Battle Pass – though don’t expect to get your hands on it right away.
On this page:
- How to unlock the LC10 in Warzone
- Best Warzone LC10 loadout and attachments
- Best Warzone LC10 class setup, perks and equipment
If you’re looking for other loadout recommendations, we have pages on the XM4, Krig 6, MP5, AUG, M16, and for overall choices, our picks for the best guns in Warzone.
How to unlock the LC10 in Warzone
The LC10 debuted in the Season 2 Battle Pass, unlocked as a reward for reaching tier 31.
Don’t think that you need to purchase the Battle Pass to unlock the weapon itself, though. If you don’t purchase the Battle Pass, you’ll be progressing along a free version of the Battle Pass, which has rewards of its own – and the LC10 is one of these unlocks.
Since the LC10 doesn’t unlock until tier 31, expect a bit of grinding to get there. If you want to get it fast, we recommend playing on smaller modes such as Plunder or Resurgence Extreme for quicker XP gains.
Following Season 2, it’s likely the LC10 will then become available as part of an in-game weapon challenge, similar to previous Battle Pass weapons such as the MAC-10 in Season 1.
Best Warzone LC10 loadout and attachments
For a list of the best attachments for the LC10 in Warzone:
- Muzzle: Agency Suppressor (Unlocks at level 46)
- Barrel: 13.2″ Rifled (Unlocks at level 46)
- Magazine: STANAG 55 Rnd (Unlocks at level 34)
- Underbarrel: Field Agent Grip (Unlocks at level 44)
- Rear Grip: Dropshot Wrap (Unlocks at level 53)
As ever, the Agency Suppressor is an excellent choice for an SMG like the LC10. While it punishes your effective damage range and bullet velocity, your sound suppression and vertical recoil control gain massive boosts.
The LC10 is a SMG with an unusual long range, but it could always do with a nice boost. The 13.2″ Rifled gives the LC10 a boost to effective damage range, so you’re dealing with less bullet dropoff and the ability to deal serious damage to players from increased range.
For the magazine, you’ll want to go with the STANAG 55 Rnd. Although the magazine punishes your aim down sight speed slightly, it gives a huge boost to your magazine capacity, which is near-critical in Warzone, when you’ve got a relatively short SMG magazine to tear through an enemy’s armour as well as health.
For the Underbarrel attachment, you’ll want to go with the Field Agent Grip. If you’re looking to get both the horizontal and vertical recoil for the LC10 under control, then this is the perfect attachment for you.
Finally, we’d recommend the Dropshot Wrap for the LC10 custom class in Warzone. There actually aren’t any penalties to this attachment, unlike the rest of the Rear Grip options for the LC10. Instead, you’ll gain a nice boost to the aim down sight time and flinch resistance.
Best Warzone LC10 class setup, perks and equipment
For our list of the best Perk and equipment items to pair with the LC10 in Warzone:
- Perk 1: Kill Chain (Unlocks at level 34)
- Perk 2: Overkill (Unlocks at level 8)
- Perk 3: Tracker (Unlocks at level 51)
- Secondary: Any assault rifle/sniper of your choosing
- Tactical: Heartbeat Sensor (Unlocks at level 30)
- Lethal: Thermite (Unlocks at level 54)
Kickings things off is Kill Chain, a near-essential Perk for all Warzone custom classes. This Perk gives you a significantly increased chance of finding Killstreaks when scavenging through Supply Boxes, and it never hurts your chances in Warzone to have a UAV or Cluster Streak available.
Next, you’ll want to go with Overkill for your second Perk slot. Yes, the LC10 is an unusually long range SMG, but you still won’t stand a chance against foes shooting at you from increased ranges on the vast Verdansk map. Overkill lets you take a primary weapon in your secondary weapon slot, so use this opportunity to take an assault rifle or sniper as a backup weapon.
Perk number three is Tracker. This Perk lets you see the footprints that recent enemies travelling through an area have left. If you’re an aggressive player, use the footprints to track down players for a confrontation, but if you’re more of a conservative player, use this to avoid clusters of enemies.
When you’re typically trying to stick to close quarter encounters while using a weapon like the LC10, you’re going to need to be aware of your surroundings at all times. For this, we’d recommend taking the Heartbeat Sensor in your Tactical equipment slot. This lets you ping your surroundings for players within 50 meters, the perfect defence against encroaching enemies.
Finally, we’d recommend taking Thermite as a Lethal option for your custom class in Warzone. This item burns fiercely for a short amount of time, and can also stick to surfaces, tearing through the armour of any enemies caught in the blast. It’s excellent for close quarters combat since it can also be used to bar off areas to encroaching enemy players.
Season 2 has arrived! Read up on the Warzone patch notes, the Warzone Season 2 Battle Pass – which introduces the LC10 and FARA 83 – and Warzone map changes for what’s new.
Elsewhere, we have recommendations for the best Warzone weapons and explainers on the best FFAR 1 loadout, best MAC-10 loadout, best AUG loadout, best Krig 6 loadout, best MP5 loadout, best M16 loadout and best XM4 loadout.
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Source : Eurogamer