The M91 in Warzone is a reasonably flexible Light Machine Gun.
M91 users will lose out on a ton of mobility but it is quite stable and doesn’t have uncontrollable recoil, making it a decent weapon at every range.
That’s what M91 makes a great weapon to pin down enemies or force them out of cover because of its large magazine size and good fire rate. LMGs like the M91 aren’t as easy to use and play like SMGs and AR because LMGs usually require players to play around the weapon and strategize based on it.
The M91 needs to have the proper attachments and perks in order for it to work flawlessly. Take a look at our best M91 Warzone loadouts and determine if the M91 LMG is the weapon for you.
The Best M91 Warzone Loadouts
The Defensive Wall Loadout
- M91 Heavy
- G.I. Mini Reflex
- Tactical Foregrip
- 150 Round Belt
- Granulated Grip Tape
Loadout is primarily focused on being a rock solid defense in Warzone, which makes it great support and follow-up type build. That’s why is best to use it with a team that can provide back up when you need to get out of tricky situations.
It is still viable if you want to play alone, though you need to be very evasive and passive rathen than being the aggresor. Mobilitiy is not the best, but has improved accuracy range and control making it an amazing weapon to keep pressure on enemies and even kill multiple at once.
These perks are the best combination for this build. It’s a fully defensive and stealthy build that helps in hiding from enemies. Ghost will help a lot with being stealthy, it makes you pretty much undetectable.
Players usually counter LMGs with grenades and explosives and E.O.D. will help lessen the damage that grenades and explosives do. Lastly, Tracker helps in knowing where enemies are, it helps it playing angles and being able to position better before engaging in a fight.
- Smoke Grenade
Semtex is a great way to force enemies to split up. If a Semtex grenades sticks to a player or sticks to the ceiling where enemies are hidden, they are bound to take massive damage, and can easily be finished off with a few more shots. Smoke Grenades is a great piece of equipment that can be used both offensively and defensively. It can be used to push enemies and it can also be used to escape from enemies. Either way, it’s a good grenade to have just in case.
The Mobile Turret Loadout
- Tac Laser
- No Stock
- Viper Reflex Sight
- Stippled Grip Tape
- Commando Foregrip
Though LMGs are usually immobile and pretty heavy to move around, M91 build focuses on being able to move around and essentially be a human turret. It cuts down on heavy attachments and increases ADS speed that is great for mid-range fights and can be used like a substitute for an AR with a faster fire rate. Mobile Turret Loadout is a more aggressive build but try to be always close to a place that the M91 can be mounted onto so that it becomes more accurate and have reduced recoil.
- Double Time
Double Time will help a lot in being more mobile and being able to quickly reposition if needed. Overkill can be used to strengthen the build and get a pretty good and decked out weapon to partner with the M91. Tracker will help a lot in finding enemies and locating them easily.
- Frag Grenade
- Heartbeat Sensor
The Frag Grenade is a great way to force enemies out of hiding and even get some decent damage onto multiple enemies if they are standing close to each other. The Heartbeat Sensor is one of the best Tacticals in the game because it helps in finding exactly where the enemies are and being able to think about what to do before going in for the kill.
Should You Use an M91 Warzone Loadout?
There are loadouts here for both aggressive and passive playstyles making it a great fit for almost any type of player. However, using an LMG like the M91 requires a lot of dedication to practicing the weapon and getting comfortable with it.
M91 is best used as a support type role where teammates can provide back-up when needed but when in the right hands can provide a deadly rain of bullets that can take down multiple enemies all with a single magazine. Just a small tip when using the M91, always stop after firing for a while and let the recoil reset so that it doesn’t get too difficult to control.