Warzone 2 sniper rifle ranking: December 2022

Our Call of Duty: Warzone 2 sniper rifle rankings for December 2022 are here to check out which of the weapons are the best to use now that the new meta has settled down a bit since the launch of Season 1 Reloaded.

Although snipers weren’t touched on in the Season 1 Reloaded patch, players have continued to figure out what the weapon meta on Al Mazrah is. This is how the sniper rifles stack in Warzone 2 Season 1 Reloaded in December 2022.

S level


SP-X 80 / Activision, screenshot by Ralston Dacanay

Kicking off the S tier are the snipers, which seem to be the player’s best options at this point. Unfortunately, the Signal 50’s questionable one-shot limitations make it arguably the best choice for snipers, allowing you to fire off two shots in quick succession. For those who want a bolt-action sniper, the SP-X 80 seems like the best option for this archetype thanks to its mix of performance and handling.

A step

Victus XMR

Victus XMR / Activision, Screenshot by Ralston Dacanay

In A Tier are three snipers which sadly shows how little variety there is currently in Warzone 2 in the sniper rifle weapon class LMGs, the two options mentioned earlier are like your best bets on sniping but these three aren’t too far behind either.

B level

SP-R 208

SP-R 208 / Activision, screenshot by Ralston Dacanay

Last but not least, in the B-Tier there are the two sniping options for easy handling in SP-R 208 and SA-B 50. Unfortunately, since there is no Resurgence map in Warzone 2 yet, these two options are simply closed in the long run weak ranges to recommend comfortably over heavier snipers or just an AR or LMG.

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