Best RPK Loadout in Warzone 2 Season 5 Reloaded

LMGs have been a staple in Warzone’s meta pool now; from throwing damage down range to massive ammo capacity, there are various to choose from. But the RPK has always held down that spot. With its damage profile and manageable recoil, this is one of the best LMGs to run with. Here, we will be listing the best attachments and tunings best suited for the RPK.

Best RPK Warzone 2 Attachments

  • Optic: Aim OP-V4
    • + Aim Down Sight Speed
    • + Far Eye Position
  • Barrel: KAS-7 406mm
    • + Recoil Steadiness
    • + Damage Range
  • Muzzle: Polarfire-S
    • + Aim Down Sight Speed
    • + Bullet Velocity
  • Ammunition: 7.62 High Velocity
    • + Bullet Velocity
    • + Damage Range
  • Stock: Prolite TL3 Stock
    • + Aim Walking Speed
    • + Aim Down Sight Speed

This build, unlike others, has been optimized to include mobility and increased ADS speed in mind. And with the KAS-7 406mm barrel and Polarfire-S attachments, this can further increase its already devastating damage profile, add to that the 7.62 High Velocity rounds, this RPK build can still inflict damage at least close to long-range engagements.

Best RPK Warzone 2 Perks and Equipment

Best RPK Warzone 2 Perks


  • Perk 1: Overkill
  • Perk 2: Double Time
  • Perk 3: Fast Hands
  • Ultimate Perk: Ghost

By carrying around an LMG, one can definitely use a viable secondary by using an SMG or another AR of choice; that’s where the Overkill perk comes in. And by using the Double Time and Fast Hands perks, you can quickly transition from position to position by Tac Sprinting for longer and reloading faster. The Ghost perk can prove useful to lay down suppressive fire under UAVs for your teammates.

Best RPK Warzone 2 Equipment


  • Tactical: Smoke Grenade
  • Lethal: Drill Charge / Thermite

These grenades can turn the tide of any engagement if used correctly. Smoke grenades can provide concealment, whether it be in rotating positions under gunfire or pushing through enemy positions. Lethals of choice can either be drill charges or thermite grenades. Both can be useful defensively or offensively, as drill charges can be used to flush out enemies that are dug inside buildings or hiding behind cover, and the thermite can do the same or be used to block routes the enemies are using to stop them from tracking you.