The Kilo in Warzone is one of the heavier, harder-hitting assault rifles.
It's not quite as flexible or rapid as the M4A1 or the M13, but that doesn't mean it can't excel in mid to long range combat scenarios, of which there are undoubtedly tons of throughout Warzone's huge Verdansk map.
The Kilo already hits pretty hard, but there's a litany of attachments you can use to really bring the best out of the weapons. There's customization options for the barrel, underbarrel, muzzle, and more, each of which has a selection of attachments you can use to bolster recoil, aiming stability, and other areas.
In this page to using the Kilo in Call of Duty: Warzone, we'll be walking you through absolutely everything you need to know about the assault rifle, including best Kilo attachments and equipment to help you create the best Kilo class.
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How to unlock Kilo in Warzone
Thankfully, the Kilo is unlocked really early on in the grand scheme of things in Call of Duty: Warzone. All you need to do is level your character up to rank 4 in order to unlock the Kilo for customisation in your custom loadouts section.
That said, there are tons of customisation options for Kilo attachments on the muzzle, optics, underbarrel, and more. If you're after some of the higher-end attachments, you'll need to rank the Kilo itself up, through using it in Verdansk to complete objectives, as well as slay enemy players.
Best Kilo loadout and attachments in Warzone
Here's a list of the best weapon attachments and Perks that we'd recommend equipping to the M13 in Call of Duty: Warzone.
- Tactical Suppressor (Unlocks at level 10)
- Corp Combat Holo Sight (Unlocks at level 4)
- Commando Foregrip (Unlocks at level 12)
- Granulated Grip Tape (Unlocks at level 15)
- FMJ (Unlocks at level 3)
The Tactical Suppressor is a must for the Kilo 141. Even if it does inhibit aim down sight speed and aim walking steadiness slightly, the payoff of silent, unmarked shots on the mini map are more than worth it.
More than making up for those deficiencies are the Commando Foregrip, Granulated Grip Tape, and FMJ Perk. Through these three attachments you'll get a big bonus to recoil stabilisation, aiming stability, and base damage/bullet penetration, perfect for punching through enemy Armor.
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Best Kilo class set up in Warzone
In the Gunsmith section for the Kilo, these are the Perks and equipment items you'll want to bring with you when using the assault rifle.
- Perk 1: Kill Chain (Unlocks at level 34)
- Perk 2: Ghost (Unlocks at level 24)
- Perk 3: Tracker (Unlocks at level 51)
- Secondary: Strela-P (Unlocks at level 17)
- Tactical: Heartbeat Sensor (Unlocks at level 30)
- Lethal: Claymore (Unlocks at level 1)
For Perks in Warzone, you really can't go wrong with the three we've listed above, no matter the weapon and equipment you've got on you. Kill Chain increases the chances of finding a Killstreak in a Supply Box, perfect for a mode like Plunder, and Ghost renders you undetectable via enemy UAV, Radar Drones, and Heartbeat Sensors.
Your third Perk slot should be dedicated to Tracker, which lets you see enemy footprint trails, as well as hiding death markers whenever you slay an enemy, meaning their team won't come rushing to the location in which they died.
For your Secondary slot, we'd recommend going with the Strela-P due to its high blast power, decimating enemy armour. Always equip a Heartbeat Sensor to pinpoint nearby enemy locations, and you'll want to go with a Claymore for your Lethal option, which is great for dealing with aggressive enemy players in tight scenarios.
If you're looking for individual weapon choices, our Modern Warfare best guns page can help.