Another bolt-action sniper rifle offering within the realm of Warzone that can be devastating from long range.
Sniping is an acquired taste for most, as those who thrive with it as a primary tactic are not the vast majority. For them, the HDR can be crucial to success. Another standard bolt-action offering, the HDR has outstanding range and versatility that can always put experienced players in a situation to win.
- Muzzle – Monolithic Suppressor
- Barrel – 26.9″ HDR Pro
- Laser – Tac Laser
- Stock – FTAC Stalker-Scout
- Perk – Focus or Presence of Mind or Sleight of Hand
As is the norm, the Monolithic Suppressor is a no-brainer, as extending an already far effective damage range only serves to make the HDR even more lethal. The 26.9″ HDR Pro barrel attachment goes a long way in adding to the effective range enhancement that is already supplemented by the Monolithic Suppressor in addition to boosting muzzle velocity. The tac laser aids aiming stability and suspect ADS speed, and the FTAC Stalker-Scout also assists in improving the latter. The three perks listed are pretty standard for sniper rifle classes in general, so whichever perk a player uses is a matter of preference.
Bullet Velocity: Chamber exit speed is a strong suit for the HDR relative to other sniper rifles
Bullet Drop: Bullet drop on the HDR is less problematic than other sniper rifles.
Mobility: Where the HDR struggles is its ability in non-stationary situations. Although it is far from a dealbreaker, it is a weakness to be aware of.
Scope: The default scope of the HDR is not particularly clean