Optic: The iron sights could take time to get used to, but they aren’t overly obstructive. Take your favorite Optic if need be, if you have an open slot for one.
Muzzle: Both the GRU Suppressor and regular Suppressor will compete for your attention here. If you struggle with vertical recoil and want some additional damage range, take the GRU. Otherwise, stick with the Suppressor for faster handling traits.
Barrels: This is a tough one, as the Groza has plenty of unique options compared to other assault rifles, not to mention all the changes that are upcoming to the Barrels. This is where you can really specialize the weapon for certain situations; a close-quarters specialist might love the Ultralight Barrel, while those looking for more versatility might want to stick to the VDV Reinforced, GRU Composite, or CMV Mil-Spec Barrels.
Body: Flashlights increase range, and Lasers help with hip-fire spread. Both are nice to have if you have a slot open.
Underbarrel: The fast-handling traits on this weapon make any of these options viable, as boosting already fast speeds turns this weapon into a speed demon’s dream up close. Here, we’ll take the best of both worlds with the Spetsnaz Speedgrip, which significantly helps with horizontal recoil while greatly boosting your sprint speed.
Magazine: In Warzone, the 40 RND Magazine jumps to 45 rounds, while the 50 RND Magazine holds 60 pieces of ammo. With that said, 45 rounds is plenty for Solo and Duo modes, while having 60 per drum magazine is great for Trios and Quads. If you feel like 45 isn’t enough and can handle slower ADS speeds, then stick with the bigger drum.
Handle: This weapon has pretty fast ADS time already, so throwing on a Serpent Grip or GRU Elastic Wrap can make it easy to snap onto targets quickly. If you can fit either of these on this weapon somehow, it could do some solid work.
Stock: Sprint to Fire time is key for engagements after you’ve traveled by foot across Verdansk or Rebirth Island. We recommend taking a CQB Pad or keep this Weapon Blueprint’s awesome golden KGB Pad on to significantly cut down that time for faster reactions out of sprints.
Keep this advice in mind, and you’ll be all set to use this weapon, which has seen some damage changes lately, most notably a minimum damage increase and a maximum damage range decrease.
Take the time at the beginning of Season Four to learn the Groza’s overall feel, especially when it comes to its recoil pattern. If it winds up fitting into your loadouts and playstyle, you might just be ahead of the curve.
Now that you have your orders, we have a job to do:
Execute the mission.