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Tfue & Symfuhny reveal their Warzone settings for dominating enemies

Published: 28/Jul/2020 15:21

by Jacob Hale


With so many options available in your Warzone settings, it’s hard to know what’s best. Luckily, streamers Turner ‘Tfue’ Tenney and Mason ‘Symfuhny’ Lanier have revealed the settings that help them dominate the game.

When Warzone came out in March 2020, it was an instant hit with both Call of Duty fans and the wider gaming community, offering an alternative to the likes of Modern Warfare and Fortnite.


Although many stick to the standard settings thanks to how easy it is to get used to, if you really want to up your game you’ll want to fine-tune everything as much as possible, and that’s where the suggestions of top players come in handy.

Warzone sniper tower
Changing your Warzone settings could be the difference between winning a game or being sent straight to the Gulag.

One of the most important settings is sensitivity, and it can be tough to find the sweet spot between moving fast enough to react to your enemies, and still maintaining accuracy over any distance.


Luckily, Tfue and Symfuhny seem to have found the sweet spot. As shown in the clip below, here’s what Tfue opts for:

  • Mouse Sensitivity: 6.19
  • Aim Down Sight (ADS) Sensitivity: Legacy
    • ADS Sens. Multiplier (Low Zoom): 0.51
    • ADS Sens. Multiplier (High Zoom): 0.51
    • ADS Sens. Transition Timing: Instant

6.19 sensitivity isn’t that far out of the ordinary, but 0.51 ADS multiplier could feel pretty slow at first — but guarantees pinpoint accuracy once you’ve practiced with it.

Symfuhny actually has very similar settings, too, but has clearly been playing around with his after seeing what other top players are doing.


In his video uploaded on July 26, Symfuhny changed his mouse sensitivity very slightly, from Tfue’s 6.19 to a flat 6.10.

He also switched his Low and High Zoom ADS multiplier from 0.67 and 0.55 respectively to both being 0.51 after Tenney’s recommendation.

Symfuhny also sets his ADS Transition Timing to Gradual, rather than Instant, meaning he probably maintains a tad more speed when aiming in than Tfue does.


While Mason suggests at first that it could be a little slow, and harder to track enemies flying in to the area, he’s hitting his shots as always and ends up 34 kills alongside Tfue’s 29, so there’s clearly something good about these settings.

If you’re looking for a little more accuracy and precision in your Warzone gameplay, then these settings could be perfect for you. Just give them a whirl to find out.

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NICKMERCS reveals his AUG Warzone loadout to replace the MP5

Published: 13/Oct/2020 17:50 Updated: 13/Oct/2020 17:51

by Jacob Hale


Nick ‘NICKMERCS’ Kolcheff has revealed what his ideal AUG loadout is in Warzone, offering a viable alternative to the more popular MP5 and MP7 SMGs.

For most people, they’ve got their Warzone loadouts figured out and often run what is typically considered the meta; the Kilo 141, with an MP5 in your back pocket.


While there is occasionally some variation, with some players maybe opting for the likes of the M4A1, an MP7 or a sniper rifle of some sort, there are some weapons that you’ll almost never see in Verdansk.

Season 6 launched back on September 29, and players have been testing out the new weapons, as well as how balancing might have changed the existing crop of guns — and Nick thinks the AUG could be a sleeper pick for your loadout.

Warzone Season 6 SP-R208 sniper marksman rifle
The new Season 6 SP-R208 Marksman Rifle has been a particularly popular addition to Warzone.

After mentioning how pro Call of Duty players actually banned the AUG in pro scrims and matches earlier in 2020, as one of the weapons they made a “gentleman’s agreement” to not use, Nick explains that he believes the AUG can actually go toe-to-toe with the likes of the MP5 and MP7.

So, if you’re looking for a new submachine gun to run, and want to use something slightly different to the usual and take enemies by surprise, this AUG loadout might be for you. Here’s what Nick stacks on his:

  • Muzzle: Monolithic Suppressor
  • Barrel: 407mm Extended Barrel
  • Laser: 5mW Laser
  • Underbarrel: Commando Foregrip
  • Rear Grip: Stippled Grip Tape

While most of this follows what we would typically expect from an SMG loadout in Warzone, there are some notable differences, but the biggest is the lack of ammunition options. Usually, you would see someone put some kind of magazine extension on their weapon, as is often necessary when finishing your kills in Warzone.


Instead, Nick’s AUG uses the standard magazine, and he opts for the Stippled Grip Tape underbarrel instead, improving recoil control and aiming stability. With this, you should hopefully hit more shots on your target and not have need for an extended magazine.

You’re not likely to see the AUG used much in Warzone, so with this loadout you might be able to catch your opponents by surprise and pick up some eliminations you wouldn’t have before.