Warzone 2’s New Top-Tier SMG: The VEL-46

After the release of the Season 2 Reloaded patch, the “number one SMG” in Warzone 2 has been unveiled by the game’s guru, WhosImmortal. This weapon has displaced the Lachmann Sub. The Season 2 Reloaded patch for Warzone 2 was released on March 16. In addition to adding a massive quantity of brand-new content, the update also brought about a fundamental shift in the game’s meta.

One category was reworked more than the others: the submachine gun (SMG) category. The immensely popular Lachmann received significant nerfs as part of this update.

Because of these modifications, other submachine guns now have access to the game. One of them, in particular, is vying for first place after receiving a buff in the Season 2 Reloaded update. WhosImmortal claims that this newly emerged challenger is now the “number one” submachine gun (SMG) and that it makes easy work of adversaries at close range.

The most optimal VEL-46 loadout available in Warzone 2


  • Laser: VLK LZR 7MW
  • Rear Grip: Schalger Soldier Grip
  • Stock: Demo RXT Stock
  • Muzzle: Lockshot KT85
  • Underbarrel: XTEN Drop Grip

According to WhosImmortal, the VEL-46 or “MP7 was already fantastic, and they’ve now improved it much better with Season 2 Reloaded,” which now gives it the ability to compete with the other alternatives considered to be “top-tier.” Because of the upgrade, the SMG’s effective damage range was extended because of the promotion, making it more reliable in close quarters and even at medium coverage.

Now, considering that the weapon possesses an excellent TTK, superior mobility, and, as a result of its range, an incredible degree of dependability, it is unquestionably an alternative that you should investigate further. This build by WhosImmortal is geared around increasing the VEL’s damage to its maximum potential while providing you with a significant amount of movement speed for engaging in aggressive play and stability to ensure that every bullet you fire hits its target.

The VEL-46 now has a pick rate of roughly 5%, which may seem like a lot, but it is still behind the Lachmann Sub and the Vaznev-9k. This may seem like a lot, but it still trails behind the other two.

If you want to stay one step ahead of the competition, start using this “top-tier” submachine gun (SMG) right away before the rest of the community figures it out, and the weapon becomes dominant in the metagame.

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