Warzone star Aydan has got a deadly Milano class that might be worth testing out following its buff in Season 4, as he believes it could be pretty viable.
With the highly-anticipated Warzone Season 4 update finally hitting the servers, fans of Raven Software’s battle royale have got plenty of new content to sink their teeth into.
The SMG was pretty deadly when Black Ops Cold War first launched, but has slipped down the usage charts as other options have risen up. However, after its recent buff, it could be worth trying out.
Aydan’s Milano Warzone loadout
At least, that’s what Aydan believes. The Warzone star dropped a 44-kill game with the SMG in Season 4, and says it could be viable in tournaments, even if it doesn’t crack the top end of the battle royale’s meta.
“I don’t know if it’s meta… I definitely think it’s viable for tournaments,” the former Fortnite pro stated. “It’s pretty nuts, it’s consistent from all ranges, and it’s super fun.”
What is unusual about his setup, however, is that it’s built to be used through hipfire, which is why you’ll see the laser grip, drum magazine, and bruiser grip take pride of place.
- Muzzle: Agency Suppressor
- Barrel: 10.6″ Task Force
- Laser: SWAT 5mw Laser Sight
- Underbarrel: Bruiser Grip
- Ammunition: STANAG 55 round drum
While the Milano might not be on the same level as say the MAC-1o, it’s not too far away. It’s started to rise back up in terms of usage, sitting at 13th overall on WZRanked’s stats.
As some players look to keep their loadouts fresh, it might be worth giving the SMG a go for a few games to see if it’s really as good as Aydan believes.