Warzone 2 - How to Carry 3 Weapons

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Warzone 2 is well underway, and despite some minor issues at launch, Al Mazrah is a breath of fresh air after months of Caldera. There's a ton of new content to get to grips with following the launch of Season 1, including a revamped Battle Pass system to work through.

If you've been missing the exploit from Warzone Caldera that allowed you to carry three guns, then your prayers have finally been answered. Here's everything you need to know to get fully kitted up in Al Mazrah.


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How to Carry 3 Guns in Warzone 2

Unlike its previous iteration, carrying three guns in the newest Warzone could not be easier. You'll need to find a medium or large backpack, which aren't the most common but are very achievable to find after some modest looting.

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Once this is the case, looking at the weapon you want to take as a third will give you the option 'hold to stow'. This will allow you to carry three weapons, and be ready for any engagement.

If you're used to carrying two weapons in Warzone 2 however, be careful not to be caught off guard by the third. We've all been there where we've tried tp switch to an SMG and whipped out a sniper we forgot about, it doesn't end well.

Best three guns to carry in a Loadout

Three weapons gives you a ton of flexibility in loadout, but the best use is taking a gun for each respective range class. You'll be able to take a long-range, mid-range, and close-quarters weapon, without relying on one gun to do both.


For long-range, take a sniper like the SX-80, or the new Victus XMR. For mid-range, an AR like the Taq-56, with these attachments, or the brand-new M13, and for close quarters take the Fennec 45, with these attachments.

With all these, you'll be a force to be reckoned with at any range in Warzone 2.