The M13 is one of the better weapons to use in Warzone right now, especially among the Modern Warfare weapons, due to its high rate of fire and relatively low recoil. Here’s how you can take the most advantage of the weapon.
With the inclusion of Black Ops Cold War weapons a few months back, Warzone has gone through a shift in its metagame. While the DMR was dominating for a while, the game seems to be a in a more balancing state, at least in terms of the weapons themselves.
Right now, however, one of the best weapons you can use in the game is the M13. It has one of the best rate-of-fires among Modern Warfare assault rifles and, if you use the right attachments, can have some pretty low recoil, allowing you to beam other players at a distance.
Best M13 Warzone class loadout
The M13 is one of the better Modern Warfare weapons available to use in Warzone right now.
Muzzle: Monolithic Suppressor
Barrel: Tempus Marksman
Underbarrel: Ranger Foregrip
Ammunition: 60-Round Mags
Stock: M13 Skeleton Stock
Starting off with one of the most popular attachments in Warzone: the Monolithic Suppressor. This is one of the go-to attachments due to the fact that it reduces your sound and increases your damage range. Yes, there’s a decrease in your ADS time and your aim steadiness but the benefits far outway the negatives.
Moving onto the barrel, we have the Tempus Marksman. This also increases your damage range, while also improving the weapon’s bullet velocity and recoil control. Again, it’ll have a negative impact on your ADS speed, as well as your movement speed, but the Tempus helps turn it into a beam the most.
The Ranger Foregrip will also help with the M13’s recoil, while also having the added benefit of helping mitigate the aim steadiness problems caused by the Mono suppressor, although your ADS time will once again be affected.
The M13 can act like a laser beam if you put the right attachments on it.
To help make up this massive ADS deficit, we’ll use the M13 Skeleton Stock, which increases the ADS speed, as well as the aim walking movement speed. Of course, this won’t completely fix the negative impact all those ADS hindering attachments will have, but it helps mitigate them a bit.
Finally, we have the 60-round magazine, which will help you stay on targets longer. This also negatively affects the ADS and movement speeds, so if you feel like it’s a bit too much to handle, you could switch this attachment out for the 50-round magazine. You have 10 fewer rounds but it has less of a negative effect on the gun.
The Call of Duty League has combined Weeks 2 and 3 of Stage 1 into one massive Super Week of matches, and everything you need to watch and follow the event live can be found below.
Empire take on struggling Royal Ravens looking to get back into win column.
Surge hoping to play spoiler to Thieves’ dreams of perfect 3-0 start.
OpTic face stiff test in Ultra – both teams searching for second win of 2021.
Due to the inclement weather in Texas and other parts of the United States causing power outages for a lot of pro players, the CDL opted to combine the Week 2 and 3 matches into Super Week.
Seven straight days of matches will see all 12 teams in action at least three times, and with the Stage 1 Major looming around the corner, this will be the final opportunity for teams to improve their seeding for the $500,000 tournament.
CDL Super Week: Stream
The CDL streams all of its matches exclusively on YouTube, which is where you can also find replays of matches that have already been completed.
Mutineers get first win of 2021, FaZe stay unbeaten
After losing their season-opener at CDL Opening Weekend, Florida Mutineers’ new-look lineup got their first win of 2021 with a 3-1 victory over LA Guerrillas, who now sit at 1-2. LAG won the first map in dominant fashion before the Mutineers ripped off three straight maps to secure the series.
The second match of the day was a battle of the unbeatens as Atlanta FaZe took on Toronto Ultra. The series started back-and-forth, and if it wasn’t for a clutch break at the end of the Raid Hardpoint, Atlanta may have found themselves down 0-2 early.
But things settled down after the second map as FaZe took games three and four quite comfortably to secure the 3-1 victory. The win now gives the boys in red a league-leading three wins, against just zero losses, while Ultra drop to 1-1.
Legion & Subliners sweep their way to first wins, ROKKR stay hot vs Surge
After going 0-2 in the Opening Weekend, Paris Legion finally got their first win of 2021 at Super Week, and what a win it was. Despite being underdogs to the Mutineers, Legion pulled off a shocking sweep that featured a rare Hardpoint ending on time.
Following Paris’ script, the New York Subliners also notched their first one in the win column after sweeping London Royal Ravens in perhaps the most dominant performance we’ve seen so far in 2021.
None of the three maps were close, especially the Control, which saw NYSL shred their opponents from start to finish and not give them even a chance at making any sort of comeback. With the loss, Royal Ravens now sit at 0-2 early on in the season.
Rounding off a trio of Day 2 sweeps was Minnesota ROKKR grabbing their second win in a row after taking apart Seattle Surge 3-0. The series was closer than the final scoreline would suggest as Surge did make solid comebacks in both the S&D and Control, only to fall just short in both.
Matches are best-of-five (HP, S&D, Control, HP, S&D)
CDL Super Week: Teams & Rosters
CDL roster spotlight: Minnesota ROKKR’s new-look lineup delivered an upset victory over Dallas Empire at Opening Weekend.
All 12 teams are participating in the Week 2 event, split into the two groups that were drawn at the start of Stage 1. All teams within the same group play each other once during the Stage, for a total of five matches.
Crimsix, Shotzzy, Huke, iLLeY
London Royal Ravens
Alexx, Dylan, Seany, Zer0
Los Angeles Thieves
Kenny, SlasheR, TJHaLy, Temp
Accuracy, Attach, Priestahh, MajorManiak
New York Subliners
Clayster, Asim, Diamondcon, Mack
Octane, Gunless, Prestinni, Loony
Simp, Cellium, aBeZy, Arcitys
Skyz, Owakening, Slacked, Neptune
Los Angeles Guerrillas
SiLLY, Assault, Apathy, Vivid
Scump, FormaL, Envoy, Dashy
AquA, Classic, Fire, Skrapz
Methodz, Bance, Cammy, CleanX
Make sure to check out our CDL 2021 Season hub for the latest standings, full schedule of all events, a breakdown of the season format, and more.