Warzone star ZLaner might just be the fastest man on Fortune’s Keep as his newly crafted Marco 5 loadout pushes movement speed to the extreme in Season 4. Here’s a full breakdown of the class setup.
With Warzone’s enormous Season 4 patch now live, players aren’t wasting any time getting familiar with the new content. From a fresh playground with the BR’s fourth map, to a range of features and equipment, there’s plenty mixing up the tempo in this new cycle.
Among the new additions is the Marco 5 SMG unlocked directly through the Season 4 Battle Pass. At its core, it’s a well-rounded gun with some exceptional hip-fire accuracy. But with the right build, movement speed is what truly shines with this weapon in hand.
ZLaner has taken advantage of exactly that and with his new Marco 5 loadout, focusing all attachments on movement speed buffs, he’s all but made the fastest class in Warzone history.
Calling it “some of the most fun” he’s had playing Warzone, ZLaner was running circles around his opposition on Fortune’s Keep with the Marco 5.
In large part thanks to the Perfetto Lesto 355mm Barrel, the Imerito FR Stock, along with the Taped Grip Rear Grip, his movement speed was off the charts. While all three significantly buff his pace, it’s the Perk selection that takes this build to the next level.
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Through the use of both Gung-ho and Quick, ZLaner’s build allows you to fire while sprinting at maximum speed. So not only are you a difficult target to hit, but you can now deal some serious damage while your target tries to catch up.
Complemented with 8mm Nambu 64 Round Drums and you’re able to fire for quite some time before needing to reload. The full loadout can be found below.
ZLaner’s speedy Marco 5 Warzone loadout
- Muzzle: Recoil Booster
- Barrel: Perfetto Lesto 355mm
- Optic: Slate Reflector
- Stock: Imerito FR
- Perk 1: Gung-ho
- Perk 2: Quick
- Rear Grip: Taped Grip
- Ammunition: Hollow Point
- Magazine: 8mm Nambu 64 Round Drums
- Underbarrel: Carver Foregrip
It’s a devastating combination and even one ZLaner believes will “be nerfed for sure.”
So make sure you rush to test it for yourself before the Marco 5 more than likely receives its first tune-up in the next update.