Not necessarily the most popular option, the AUG still manages to cause its fair share of problems.
Acting as an unorthodox hybrid between an SMG and AR, the AUG is not necessarily the first gun that comes to mind when describing the Warzone meta. As a burst-fire option with plenty of stopping power and control, the AUG undoubtedly has its purposes.
- Muzzle – Monolithic Suppressor
- Barrel – 622mm Long Barrel
- Optic – G.I. Mini Reflex or PBX Holo 7 Sight
- Underbarrel – Merc Foregrip
- Ammunition – 5.56 NATO-60 Round Drums
It almost feels redundant to type at this point, but the Monolithic Suppressor is nothing short of unbelievable. It is the premier attachment when it comes to boosting range and damage. The 622mm Long Barrel is also useful when it comes to boosting damage range, bullet velocity, and improving recoil. Either sight works well on the AUG, but both cross necessary accuracy thresholds. The Merc Foregrip further offsets recoil problems and the 5.56 NATO-60 Round Drums provide a decently sized clip.
Firerate: Even in burst fire, the fire-rate of the AUG is still top-notch.
Control: The recoil pattern on the AUG is very easy to manage in any situation.
Damage Range: Now, this is a bit more of a specific issue. The Modern Warfare iteration of the AUG suffers from problematic range drop-off, but the Cold War one excels from distance, although it faces completely separate bullet velocity issues.