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OpTic Crimsix provides his best Black Ops 4 classes for competitive play

Published: 17/Oct/2018 15:45 Updated: 18/Oct/2018 9:57

by Calum Patterson


If you plan to play Black Ops 4 competitively, then your class load out is the first thing you need to make sure is on point, and thankfully OpTic’s Ian ‘Crimsix’ Porter has explained exactly what he uses.

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The two time world champion is reuniting with his long time teammate Damon ‘Karma’ Barlow on OpTic as the organization looks to get back to winning ways after a tough WWII season.

Fellow two time world champion Bryan ‘Apathy’ Zhelyazkov and Advanced Warfare world champion Dillon ‘Attach’ Price also showed off their classes recently, but both are primarily faster SMG players, so Crimsix’s load out may differ slightly.


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For this season in Black Ops 4, Crimsix will be determined to wash off the disappointment of the top 24 placement at the 2017 World Championship, and so has immediately began competitive practice following the game’s release on October 12, alongside his new teammates.

Currently, players can really only practice in Search and Destroy tournaments and wager matches, with the official CWL ruleset not released, so it is worth bearing in mind that these classes are for a specific game mode for the time being.

His perks remain the same throughout, with Flak Jacket, Dexterity and Dead Silence on every class except one, with Flack Jacket swapped out for Lightweight on the SAUG (SMG) class.


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As gun balance updates and other changes inevitably come in to Black Ops 4 over the course of the next few months, some of these class selections will change.

These load outs are tailored specifically to Search and Destroy, but the weapon selection is definitely the best that Black Ops 4 has to offer, and line up with both Apathy and Attach’s weapon choices.

When professional teams begin to scrim respawn game modes like hardpoint, there should be more details on what you should be running in these modes too, but for now, while SnD is king, look no further than Crim’s setup.