Best PPSh Loadout In Warzone: Class Setup & Attachments

Best PPSH Warzone loadout: Muzzle: Recoil booster, Barrel: Kovalevskaya 230mm B03P, Optic: Slate reflector, Stock: Removed stock, Underbarrel: Carver foregrip, Magazine: 8mm Nambu 71-round mags, Ammunition: Hollow point, Rear grip: Pine tar grip, Proficiency: Tight grip, Kit: Quick

The Vanguard PPSh-41 is a niche SMG that dominates in close-range engagements. In this guide, we cover the class setup and attachments you need to make the best PPSh loadout in Warzone.

Weapon type SMG
Playstyle Close-Range
Pick rate 2.57%
K/D ratio 1.00
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Best PPSh loadout in Warzone

Here are the best attachments for the PPSh-41 in Warzone:

  • Muzzle: Recoil booster
  • Barrel: Kovalevskaya 230mm B03P
  • Optic: Slate reflector
  • Stock: Removed stock
  • Underbarrel: Carver foregrip
  • Magazine: 8mm Nambu 71-round mags
  • Ammunition: Hollowpoint
  • Rear grip: Pine tar grip
  • Proficiency: Tight grip
  • Kit: Quick

Call of Duty players know that the most difficult gunfights happen at close range. At close range, tracking targets becomes a chore due to the high mobility in Warzone.

The PPSh-41 is popular in the current meta because it shines at killing players in close-range fights. The PPSh has one of the best TTK up-close thanks to its rapid fire rate and solid base range.

Our PPSh-41 Warzone loadout maximizes the weapon’s close-range potential and transforms it into a hipfire monster. Hipfire builds make close-range fights a breeze because there’s no ADS required, just point and shoot.

Let’s break down why we chose the above attachments for our hip-fire PPSh-41 class.

The recoil booster muzzle is a must-have for close-range weapons because it increases the fire rate. The PPSh-41 already has one of the fastest fire rates in the game and attaching the recoil booster lowers its TTK even more.

The Kovalevskaya 230mm B03P barrel adds a few essential buffs including hipfire accuracy, hipfire recoil recovery, and fire rate. The Kovalevskaya 230mm improves hipfire, making ADS only necessary for medium-range engagements.

Some players like iron sights on the PPSh-41, but we chose the slate reflector to improve accuracy. Optics won’t matter too much here because you will likely use hipfire for most fights.

The removed stock is the obvious choice for our best PPSh loadout. Removing the stock improves hipfire and mobility at the cost of ADS speed and recoil control. A tight hipfire spread is crucial to land maximum shots on target.

The most popular underbarrel for the PPSh Warzone loadout is the carver foregrip. The carver increases hip fire accuracy, vertical recoil control, and decreases ADS speed. The M1915 steady is a close second with similar benefits but no loss to ADS speed.

Next, 8mm Nambu 71-round mags swap the standard ammunition for a smaller caliber. The 8mm Nambu mags completely transform the PPSh-41 by decreasing recoil and increasing the fire rate.

Hollow point ammunition increases limb damage and decreases damage range. This makes the best PPSh-41 build feel more consistent when hosing players down from the hip.

Pine tar grip, you guessed it, increases hipfire accuracy. Finally, we equip tight grip to improve recoil and quick to improve sprint speed.

The hipfire PPSh-41 build is a niche weapon that is strong in some areas and weak in others. The PPSh-41’s high recoil and low damage make it difficult to kill enemies at range. We recommend taking a second primary weapon to cover medium and long range.

Is this PPSh-41 loadout the best SMG in Warzone?

There’s a case to be made that the PPSh-41 loadout is the best close-range weapon in Warzone. Other SMGs might be more well-rounded, but nothing melts enemies up close like the PPSh-41.

We recommend a run-and-gun playstyle when using the hipfire PPSh-41 build. Get up in the face of your enemies and never stop moving. Use mobility to your advantage and you should win the 1v1 battle against anyone inside 10 meters.

E.O.D., Overkill, and Amped are 3 perks that complement the PPSh class’ strengths. E.O.D. will help counter the explosive spam you will likely face at close range. Overkill allows you to take a second primary weapon and Amped speeds up weapon swap speed.

There are tons of pros currently using the best PPSh-41 loadout to destroy lobbies in Warzone. Check out TeePee, Aydan, and Cloakzy to see how the best Warzone players build a PPSh-41 class.

Best weapons to pair with the PPSh-41 build

The Grau 5.56 Modern Warfare assault rifle is a fantastic all-around weapon that complements the strengths of the PPSh-41 class. The Grau excels in medium-range gunfights thanks to low recoil and serviceable damage.

Build the Grau 5.56 with a tempus 26.4″ archangel barrel and a VLK 3.0x optic for accuracy and target acquisition at range. This pairing works best when the Grau acts as the primary weapon and the PPSh-41 is used to clear buildings or finish off low-health enemies.

The Modern Warfare Kar98k sniper rifle is another viable option to pair with the hipfire PPSh build. The MW Kar98k is a mobile sniper that can be effective in both long-range and medium-range scenarios.

The Kar98k and hipfire PPSh-41 combo is only recommended for high-skill players who can quickscope and hit difficult shots with a sniper. Use the PPSh-41 as your primary weapon and swap to the Kar98k to engage anyone outside of 15 meters.

How to unlock the PPSh-41 in Warzone

The PPSh-41 is unlocked by reaching level 51 in multiplayer or Warzone game modes. Once unlocked, you can level up the PPSh in either game mode to equip the SMG’s best attachments.

The fastest way to unlock attachments for any weapon in Warzone is to buy a blueprint bundle in the store. Blueprint weapons come with certain attachments pre-unlocked at level 1.

The Radioiodine PPSh-41 legendary blueprint is a great option if you want to unlock many of the PPSh-41’s best attachments without playing a game. Radioiodine comes with the recoil booster, Kovalevskaya 230mm B03P barrel, carver foregrip, removed stock, and 8mm Nambu 64-round mags already unlocked.

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