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Best Nikita AVT loadout in Warzone Season 4

Choose the best attachments for your Nikita AVT loadout in Warzone Season 4 to ensure the weapon performs within Caldera and Fortune's Keep.
Best Nikita AVT loadout in Warzone Season 4
The Nikita AVT may not be the hot new weapon in Call of Duty anymore, but it can still tear through the competition with the right loadout in Warzone Season 4. Many of the strengths that made it viable in the past season still remain, and it even received a couple of new boosts.

At the start of every season, including Warzone Pacific Season 4, there are a ton of weapons that get some balance changes. These can take the form of base weapon modifiers or changes to popular attachments on the platform. In the case of the Nikita AVT, both scenarios are true and the weapon has only become better. But the right attachments are needed to ensure a viable loadout.

Pacific Season 4 - Best Nikita AVT loadout Warzone

Nikita AVT
The AVT got some minor nerfs in Season 4 of Warzone. (Picture: Activision)

There are typically two different ways to build a Nikita AVT in Warzone and that makes the weapon versatile in a loadout. However, it's the aggressive version of the weapon that tends to take priority over a ranged version. The gameplay should be focused around submachine gun-style fights while still retaining some decent range potential.

  • Muzzle: MX Silencer
  • Barrel: Empress 613mm BFA
  • Underbarrel: M1941 Hand Stop
  • Rear Grip: Fabric Grip
  • Stock: ZAC MS
  • Optic: G16 2.5x
  • Magazine: 7.62x54mmR 50 Round Mags
  • Ammo Type: Lengthened
  • Perk 1: Brace
  • Perk 2: Fully Loaded

First up is the muzzle attachment which should be an MX Silencer. In other classes, a Recoil Booster would be a great option, but the aggressive starts aren't needed as much with a change in ammo. Instead, the traditional silencer should be used for the boosts to range and velocity that are unmatched.

Next are the stability attachments starting with the Empress 613mm BFA barrel. This attachment will have the largest effect on the stability of the weapon overall, along with some significant help to stats like damage range or velocity once again. Like the muzzle, the barrel is another attachment that can be switched up fairly easily.

The M1941 Hand Stop underbarrel and the ZAC MS Stock are two additional attachments that will give more stability. On top of the added stability, the stock will give the weapon the mobility that it craves so the other added stats don't outweigh the base benefits.

Nikita AVT
This assault rifle was introduced in Season 3 of Caldera. (Picture: Activision)

As for accuracy, the Fabric Grip rear and the G16 2.5x optic are fantastic options. Slate Reflectors are a second option, but with a change to the optic and the ammo, it makes more sense to have a versatile sight. The Fabric will also ensure further mobility and accuracy on the Nikita AVT in Warzone.

Ammunition is the final important aspect of this weapon, and for Warzone Season 4, the 7.62x54mmR 50 Round Mags are a better option. Recent buffs have also removed mobility penalties to this ammo, so aggressive gameplay remains a component. Of course, Lengthened should be applied for the bullet velocity bonus that is so integral for the Nikita AVT in Warzone Season 4.

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Featured image courtesy of Activision.