The Type 100 is great fun, and you've probably seen it popping out of chests a ton since Caldera dropped. But more than just being a fun little SMG, it's the bookies favorite to become the next big meta SMG when the first nerf waves of 2022 come through the pipeline. This is largely thanks to a little perk called Gung-ho, but we'll get into that. Here's the best attachment setup for the Type 100 and a full loadout to use it with.
Note: The Type 100 build beneath has been curated specifically for Warzone, if you want to get a build for using the Type 100 in Vanguard's standard multiplayer, then you're looking for this guide.
The Best Type 100 Attachment Setup
|Magazine||8mm Kurz 48 Round Drum|
|Rear Grip||Fabric Grip|
The Gung-ho perk is the crutch attachment here because it allows you to shoot while sprinting. Which completely nullifies the usual sprint-out delay. This is absolutely as powerful as it sounds.
Besides Gung-ho, we've chosen attachments that are going to couple well with fast, close-range plays. So fire-rate can be boosted while recoil control can be sacrificed. We've also opted for the subsonic ammo to stay off radar.
The Best Secondary, Grenades & Perks For A Type 100 Loadout
The Best Secondary Weapon for the Type 100
This STG build will be familiar to a lot of you. It's pretty much the go-to long-distance STG build. It's not broken, but it's competitively viable and fantastically easy to use. You can't really go wrong with this build, just remember to swap out to your Type 100 when they close in.
The Best Equipment For The Type 100
We write our Warzone loadout guides to work in Vanguard Royale and Battle Royale, so when equipment is involved, we're fairly limited in what we can select. But the Throwing Knife is always strong for thirsting downs, and the Flash grenade has surpassed the Stun (since a heavy nerf) as the go-to Tactical when Heartbeat isn't allowed.
The Best Perks for the Type 100
|Perk 1||Double Time|
Overkill is necessary because the Type 100 is just too restricted to the short range to serve as your only primary weapon. And whereas we would usually opt for the currently-meta Combat Recon / Cold-Blooded combo, we're going for Amped and Double Time instead to focus on speed and agility above all else. We need quick rotations to make the most advantage of the Type 100 and Gung-ho.
That was your complete guide to the Type 100, but if this isn't working out for you, maybe you want a slightly more "all-rounder" style SMG that isn't as dependent on speed. How about the easy-to-use MP40?