Warzone’s Titanium Trials Endurance event is live, offering top players unique rewards like Terminator-themed weapon camos. You’ll need to win up to 20 games to unlock all the rewards, so here’s how to win the Titanium Trials, including the best weapons and some helpful tips.
Even though Warzone has been around since March 2020, it’s the only major battle royale game that doesn’t include some sort of ranked mode. The developers confirmed that they are working on it, but instead, they include intense modes like Iron Trials and the new Titanium Trials.
Titanium Trials was released on August 11 as part of the Season 4 Reloaded update, bringing the Terminator-themed game to Caldera. This mode is unique in that it rewards players for skill rather than tedious challenges.
You’ll need to win four games if you want to complete the event challenges and 20 total to unlock the Ultra Skynet camo. Here’s everything you need to win the Warzone Titanium Trials.
The best weapons to use in Warzone Titanium Trials
To win Titanium Trials in war zoneyou should prioritize weapons that are easy to use and have high damage per mag, and the LMU-8 Y weaponwar 43 They are perfect options.
Here are the best UGM-8 and Armaguerra Warzone loadouts to help you win the Titanium Trials.
UGM-8 Titanium Trials Outfit
- Muzzle: MX Silencer
- Barrel: Bernard XL214 736mm
- Optical: SVT-40 PU Viewfinder 3-6x
- Values: Mercier W. T. Ancre
- under the barrel: M1941 hand stop
- Magazine: 7.62x5mmR 100 Round Extended
- Ammo Type: elongate
- rear grip: patterned grip
- Perk: strong fit
- Benefit 2: Fully charged
Kit Titanium Trials Aramguerra 43
- Muzzle: recoil booster
- Barrel: Botti 315mm IIC
- Optical: slate reflector
- Values: Mercier W. T. Ancre
- under the barrel: Skeleton Mark VI
- Magazine: 9mm 60 round magazines
- Ammo Type: Subsonic
- rear grip: tape grip
- Perk: Sign
- Benefit 2: Fast
Tips and tricks to win Titanium Trials in Warzone
Get cargo ASAP
Titanium Trials is unique in that there are no free loadout drops, so you’ll need to rack up as much cash as possible early in the game and buy your loadout as soon as possible. Ground loot weapons pale in comparison to the weapons listed above, so you’ll get a huge advantage if you buy the loadout early.
We recommend landing somewhere away from the plane line where there is no competition and you can get a loadout before playing the rest of the match.
But, the cargo drop price will keep dropping as the match progresses, so don’t worry if you can’t get one right away.
Watch for auto-revive
Self-Revive Kits are everywhere in Warzone’s Titanium Trials, as each player will spawn one, even after returning from the Gulag.
When you fight, just keep in mind that the player you’ve knocked out probably has a Self-Revive, so don’t discard them from the fight. Finish them off with your pistol or throwing knife if possible, but if you can’t, keep an eye on where you hit them in case they look back at the angle.
Keep plating during fights
Since Titanium Trials is a Terminator-themed mode, armor plates count much more of your total health. His base health is only 100 HP and armor makes up another 300 HP. As important as armor is, simply donning a single plate during a fight will offer a huge advantage.
If you’re fighting from a distance, take any second you can to refill your armor plates. This is especially useful if you find Tempered Perk on the ground, as each plate grants 150 HP. Players won’t expect your health to be that full, and you can catch them out in the open as they push up.
Play with friends
Warzone’s Titanium Trials are for Quads only, and playing random is always a gamble. If possible, playing with friends will significantly increase your chances of winning.
Random players will often leave immediately after dying, or just want to do their own thing. Playing as a tight-knit team is a sure way to secure the wins needed to unlock all of the Ultra Camouflages.
You’ll only have until August 24 to get all the Titanium Trials wins, and then Season 5 will kick off right after, bringing new weapons and classic CoD villains if leaks are to be believed.
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