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The best Warzone Oden loadout

This slow-firing assault rifle dishes out an absurd amount of damage with the right class setup

Best Warzone Oden loadout

Looking for the best Warzone Oden loadout? There aren’t many Warzone guns capable of delivering a two-shot kill, but the Oden is technically one of those. Many Warzone players have been sleeping on one of the best assault rifles in Warzone as it fires very slowly and has a lot of recoil, but if you can land your shots you’ll find yourself downing enemies with minimal effort.

The Oden has spiked in popularity recently after a number of prominent content creators have made videos showcasing the weapon’s frightening DPS potential, but it’s always been one of the most powerful pieces of kit in the battle royale game.

Our best Warzone Oden loadout will require some grinding to grab all of the best attachments, but once you’ve got them all you’ll be able to take down snipers with a quick burst of fire. The Oden does struggle in close-quarters battles, so we’ve also paired it with our best SMG in Warzone build. Alternatively, the best Sykov loadout works well with the Oden.

Best Warzone Oden loadout

The best Warzone Oden loadout is:

  • Monolithic Suppressor
  • Oden Factory 810mm
  • Tac Laser
  • Sleight of Hand
  • Stippled Grip Tape

This Oden build will extend its range as far as possible and improve its aim down sight speed so you have a relatively mobile weapon for quickly ducking in and out of mid to long-range engagements. To extend the damage range and add sound suppression, we’ve gone for the Monolithic Suppressor.

Arguably the most important attachment to this build is the Oden Factory 810mm which trades mobility for increased bullet velocity, better recoil control, and a longer damage range. To bring some stability to the assault rifle, the TAC Laser is perfect as it introduces some aiming stability.

Most Warzone Oden loadouts tend to feature an extended magazine, but we opt for Sleight of Hand. The larger magazines don’t put many more rounds in the magazine, but come with heavy penalties to aim down sight speed and mobility. With Sleight of Hand the reload speed of the Oden’s standard 20-round mag is barely over a second, and when you consider the Oden will drop most enemies in a maximum of five rounds, 20 rounds should really be enough.

We also don’t advise bringing an optic for this build as the iron sights for the Oden are pristine, allowing superb vision at all but extreme distances. To improve the Oden’s mobility, the Stippled Grip Tape greatly improves the aim down sight speed at the cost of aiming stability. To flesh out this build you’ll need a close-range option: we suggest our best PPSh-41 loadout as it shreds up close, is highly mobile, and has 71 rounds to play with.

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