UPDATED – 12/18/2021
Happy Pacific update, ladies n’ gents. Is your Caldera gameplay as broken as ours? Hopefully not. In celebration of the new update and all of its associated “quirks”, we’ll be going over the 10 best blueprints in Warzone Pacific.
We here at GamingTopTens believe in supporting developers you love, but we also acknowledge the current state of the game. To vote with your money, consider refraining from buying any blueprints until the developers get a handle on the current issues plaguing the game (of which there are many). And with that as preamble, here are the ten best blueprints of Warzone Pacific.
In terms of compact weapons, Harvester manages to do a whole lot with a small canvas. With a Cooper stock and carver foregrip, this blueprint manages to take the Cooper assault rifle and make it reminiscent of a Thompson SMG.
Complete with a fall-esque woodland camo, the leaves will be dropping like your enemies, assuming you can manage this thing’s spray pattern. The red and yellow coloring, in particular, compliments the wooden frame of this weapon, is the main reason this blueprint gets the number 10 spot on this list.
9. Last Warning
As always, a unique design is going to carry a lot of these weapons to their respective spots, and Last Warning is as original as they come. A golden outline dances around the weapon’s main course, which is a futuristic hybrid between experimental alien weapon and cyberpunk pistol thrown together with scraps in a junkyard. In fact, one could almost call it terminator-like.
A black finish is complemented excellently by a “wired” red outline. The Kerz drum mag and H4 folding stock, in particular, help to tie its themes together and deliver on a solid blueprint aesthetic that’s proficient in both aesthetics, originality, and flavor.
Have you ever played with the “big four” submachine guns of the WWII era and thought “I wish I could use all of ‘em at once”? Shredder is a blueprint that essentially tries to accomplish this fantasy, and does it fairly well.
The MP40 is taken as Shredder’s base, wherein a VDD 285MM Shrouded creates a Type 100 aesthetic over the length of the weapon. Additionally, the Shredder sports a VDD 34MM padded stock which adds to the Soviet’s PPSh aesthetic alongside a 32rnd Kurz magazine to finalize the weapon with a Tommy gun accent. It’s the best of all four worlds, and its completed with yellow camo to help it stand out.
7. The Hunter
The Hunter is a two part blueprint, one half AS44 other half KAR98K. Both are murky hunter weapons, as you might have guessed, but both have their subtle differences that can make or break a purchase.
The AS44 version sports a 7.62 45rnd magazine and mesh camo over a cheetah pattern that really harps on the “hiding in wait” aesthetic. This assault rifle looks like a cross between an LMG and marksman’s weapon, and functions like one too.
The KAR98K version sports a similar tone of yellow-murk, but with a snake scaled design instead of mesh camo wrapped around the frame of the rifle. While the AS44 weapon sports multiple playstyles, the KAR98K version clearly doesn’t, and its aesthetics stick to this theme by accentuating its length with an SD Silencer and a variable 4x-8x scope. With a heavy forgrip, this weapon speaks of camping, and it isn’t afraid to show it.
Both “The Hunter” weapons offer similar aesthetics under different themes, and they work together to gain number 7 on this list.
It’s a Disco party with Elysium in the mix. This MG42 blueprint sports an orange, black, and light blue finish along its frame that progressively becomes faded the closer to the barrel you get, almost to reflect the usage of the business end of the weapon.
Elysium makes use of a flash hider and rubber grip to accentuate the sheer beefyness of this weapon with a 3.25x scope to tie it all together. Kitsuragi isn’t going to be there for the showdown, but Elysium’s aesthetic speaks for itself, and you won’t find a bulkier weapon with such a simple design on this list.
5. Ivory Tusk
Ivory Tusk stays true to its theme and dresses up the combat shotgun with ivory white and a glaring brown finish around its magazine. The CQC wire stock it sports is exceptionally well received due to this weapon’s barebones design. Additionally, the Chariot 16: short barrel makes this thing look like something a seasoned hunter would hunt game with.
Any game owners of the Ivory Tusk will be hunting will have to be up close, which is all the better, since this is a weapon to be admired with a great view.
The Kar98K’s Serenity blueprint makes bad on its promise to look serene, but certainly does inspire a level of flavor that only a marksman will be able to appreciate. A crosshair is sprayed on top of the weapon’s orange finish. With no scrope and a pistol grip, this weapon seems to be made for the marksman who likes an iron-sights bolt action (and is good with it.)
The weapon might not look serene, but this blueprint seems to be referencing the beauty of any potential user’s skill and not the weapon itself. As you all know, flavor can rank higher than looks, and in this case, it certainly does! Serenity earns the fourth spot on this list on its themes alone.
3. Warning Track
We just got done talking about how flavor can catapult a weapon into a high ranking on these lists, and now we’re gunna talk about the exact opposite. Warning Track is a blueprint that’s all looks and not much else. The attachments are fairly standard stuff to see on an STG44, aside from its foregrip. There isn’t too much to say about them, except for the silencer, which acts as a canvas extension to increase the level of dark black the weapon sports.
The real star of the show is found in the frost paint job found over the entire base of the weapon. The white color works in tandem against the black base of the weapon to create a cold, gleanish effect that looks as pretty as it does classy. This weapon is one without much of a theme, but looks so clean that it deserves the third position on this list.
2. Frosted Glass
The two previous weapons dealt with flavor and aesthetic. Each had its strengths, but didn’t really combine the two. Frosted Glass is one blueprint that accomplishes this with flying colors (or color).
Frosted Glass takes the PPSh-41 and throws a snow white paint job over its entirety. It also takes a recoil booster, empress stock and barrel, and rubber grip to create an extremely snubbed aesthetic that makes this SMG prove that sometimes, less is actually more.
1. Dark Shroud
If you do happen to be interested in finding a weapon that excels on all fronts of the aesthetic and flavor category, but don’t want something that looks like it’s coming out of a science fiction novel, Dark Shroud has you covered.
This blueprint sports a sleek grey and black finish over the Automaton assault rifle. The red and silver outline that dances around this finish help to accent an almost demon-like quality, which should be appealing to gamers who like some edge with their aesthetic. The Empress Broadsword stock and ZF41 scope help to give this assault rifle a look reminiscent to that of a traditional Dragunov sniper rifle, while also retaining a shorter, more easily handled bullpup assault rifle look (or something close to it).
There’s a lot of nuances with this weapon, but it’s likely that the small accents of silver and red help to pull it to rank 1 on this list. After all, it’s those tiny differences that make the biggest of impacts in terms of personality.
What constitutes a “pretty weapon” is up for debate, but for us here at GamingTopTens.com, this list is a pretty accurate depiction of what you should be looking for in the best blueprints after the Pacific update in Warzone.