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Best Einhorn Revolving loadout and class setup in Call Of Duty: Vanguard

Discover the best Einhorn Revolving loadout and class setup in Call Of Duty: Vanguard

Looking for the best Einhorn Revolving loadout in Vanguard? While many flocked to the Combat Shotgun, the Einhorn Revolving is an exceptional Shotgun that you should definitely try. With a setup that focuses on accuracy and power, you can create a one-shot kill machine that can blitz through an entire team with ease. You'll need to level it up a lot to get all of the necessary attachments, so make sure you check out how to level up and earn XP fast in Vanguard before trying to build this Einhorn Revoling loadout.

Call Of Duty: Vanguard Season 2 is set to launch at the start of February, so we expect the meta to shift drastically very soon. Make sure to check back regularly to see how this Einhorn Revolving loadout changes to suit the new meta with each update.

Best Einhorn Revolving loadout in Call Of Duty: Vanguard

In its basic form, the Einhorn Revolving is clunky and has some of the slowest reload times that we’ve ever seen. That's not ideal for a chaotic game like Call Of Duty. Fortunately, this loadout kits the Einhorn Revolving out to be much more efficient in long-range encounters, so you can take your time and attack from a distance. Of course, if you are up-close, the Einhorn still packs a powerful punch that will send your opponents to their grave before they can even react.

  • Optic: Slate Reflector
  • Muzzle: M97 Full Choke
  • Barrel: Klauser 710MM 02B
  • Underbarrel: Carver Foregrip
  • Magazine: 12 Gauge 5 Round Cylinder
  • Rear Grip: Stippled Grip
  • Stock: VDD 33B
  • Ammo Type: Slug
  • Proficiency: Sleight Of Hand
  • Kit: Fully Loaded
Render of an Einhorn Revolving against a dark background in Call Of Duty: Vanguard.

For this Einhorn Revolving loadout, we recommend pairing the Slate Reflector with the 12 Gauge 5 Round Cylinder and Slug ammo type to create an unstoppable combo. You can pick out targets in the distance and kill them in 1-2 shots, while still shredding through enemies at close range when necessary.

To make this combo even more powerful, equip the Klauser 710MM 02B to increase the damage range significantly. However, when engaging enemies at long distances, you’ll also need to control some of the Einhorns recoil. To make the Einhorn more accurate and controllable, equip the G28 Compensator, Carver Foregrip, Stippled Grip, and VDD 33B stock. These will combine to drastically reduce the kick with each shot, so that you can quickly snap to different targets and score consistent headshots.

Since the Einhorn reloads so slowly, use the Sleight Of Hand proficiency to save yourself a bit of time. The Fully Loaded kit is also useful, as you don’t want to run out of ammo when you’re on a high killstreak.

Secondary Weapon

Since this Einhorn Revolving setup makes it formidable at any range, there are lots of weapons that you could use in your secondary slot. We recommend taking an automatic weapon, such as an Assault Rifle or SMG. The Volk is the best Assault Rifle in Vanguard, but the STG44 is unlocked much earlier and is a strong contender for the top spot. The AS44 is much lower on the list, but still worth trying as it excels at close-medium range. If you’d prefer an SMG, the MP40 is one of the best guns in Call Of Duty: Vanguard, whilst the PPSH-41 and Type 100 are both lasers with the right setups.


Best Einhorn Revolving Perks and Equipment

These are the perks and equipment to use with your Einhorn Revolving loadout:

  • Perk 1: Ghost
  • Perk 2: Radar
  • Perk 3: Overkill
  • Lethal: Thermite
  • Tactical: S-Mine 44

These are the best perks in Call Of Duty: Vanguard, and we think they deserve a place in most loadouts. Ghost helps you hide from enemy spy planes and intel, which means you can sneak around and flank enemies much easier. Radar highlights enemies with unsilenced weapons, so you’ll always be able to find targets that are busy in encounters, leaving them vulnerable to your Einhorn Revolving. Finally, Overkill is essential, as it allows you to use another primary weapon, such as the ARs and SMGs mentioned above, in your secondary slot.

We’ve also found an excellent equipment combo that provides easy kills in any scenario. If you’re on the move and roaming around the map, you can toss the Thermite towards enemies to make them explode in a fiery burst. This damages multiple enemies at once, which should cause a bit of panic and leave them open to your attacks. If you’re sitting back and sniping with your Einhorn, use the S-Mine to protect your back and give you some cover. Any sneaky enemies that try to flank you will explode into chunks before they even get close.


That covers everything you need to know to create the best Einhorn Revolving class in Call Of Duty: Vanguard. If you want to try out other weapons, check out our list of the best loadouts in Vanguard. You can also check how the Einhorn Revolving compares to other weapons using our Vanguard weapon stats guide. If you want to pick out a different long-range weapon, take a look at our lists of the best Marksman Rifles and best Sniper Rifles in Vanguard multiplayer.

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