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Best ISO Hemlock Loadout in Warzone 2 DMZ Season 3

by Daniel Wenerowicz
ISO Hemlock Season 3 COD

Going into Season 3 of Call of Duty: Warzone and the DMZ mode, there were some changes to weapons across the board that shifted the meta just enough. Now the ISO Hemlock is clearly the best weapon for medium to long-ranged fights in the game and you’ll need a good loadout to realize the full potential.

Unlike Multiplayer, we don’t need a complex mix of attachments that balance out mobility and control amidst all the chaos on the ground. Instead, we want to ensure that the ISO Hemlock can shred enemies at any range in Warzone 2 Season 3 or within the extraction zones of the DMZ mode.

Warzone 2 Season 3 and COD DMZ – Best ISO Hemlock Loadout

Recoil control and capacity are the main goals for this build, and that’s typically the case for maps with much more space. You can pick this up for Ashika Island and Al Mazrah, but in my experience, I found the weapon to be far more effective on Al Mazrah. It’s hard to beat the ISO when there’s no chance to rush. Regardless of the map, it will still be a fantastic baseline and you can find all of the attachments listed below.

ISO Hemlock Loadout DMZ & Warzone 2:

  • Barrel: Fielder T-50
  • Muzzle: Harbinger D20
  • Underbarrel: FTAC Ripper 56
  • Magazine: 45 Round Mag
  • Optic: AIM OP-V4

Like most of the ranged builds in Warzone, we want at least three attachments that will boost the recoil control, range, and accuracy of the weapon. This applies to everything aside from snipers. The Hemlock is a bit more unique because we can get away with using a rear grip instead of an underbarrel, which saves some ADS speed. To get the best effects, we want the Fielder T-50 barrel, the Harbinger D20 muzzle, and the FTAC Ripper 56.

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The other two attachments don’t add any stats to the weapon itself and instead will add some much-needed support. Having the 45 Round Mag is mandatory if you want to stay in the fight without forcing reloads. Using the AIM OP-V4 is more flexible, but having some kind of optic is beneficial, and I have always used the AIM OP-V4 for its lack of visual recoil and a clear picture.

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Daniel Wenerowicz

Dan has been writing gaming guides and news as a staff writer and freelancer since he graduated from Westfield State University in 2020. You can find him covering the FPS and Battle Royale space at Prima Games.

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