Warzone’s Titanium Trials Endurance event is live, offering top players unique rewards like Terminator-themed weapon camouflage. You’ll need to win up to 20 games to unlock all the rewards, so here’s how to win Titan Trials, including the best weapons and some helpful tips.
Despite the fact that Warzone has been around since March 2020, it is the only major battle royale game that does not include some form of ranked mode. The developers have confirmed that they are working on it, but instead include hardcore modes such as Iron Trials and the new Titanium Trials.
Titanium Trials launched on August 11 as part of the Season 4 Reloaded update, bringing Terminator-themed gameplay to Caldera. This mode is unique in that it rewards players for their skill rather than grueling challenges.
You’ll need to win four games if you want to complete the event challenges, and 20 in total to unlock the Ultra Skynet camo. Here’s everything you need to win Warzone’s Titan Trials.
The best weapons to use in Warzone Titanium Trials
To win Titan Trials in Warzone, you should prioritize weapons that are easy to use and have high damage per mag, and UGM-8 and Arms War 43 they are perfect options.
Here are the best UGM-8 and Armaguerra Warzone gear to help you win the Titan Trials.
UGM-8 titanium charge
- Bot: MX shock absorber
- Barrel: Bernard XL214 736mm
- Optical: SVT-40 PU Scope 3-6x
- Stock: Mercier WT anchor
- Underbarrel: M1941 hand stop
- Magazine: 7.62x5mmR 100 extended round
- Ammunition Type: elongate
- Rear handle: Flu Hatched
- Advantage: Tight grip
- Advantage 2: Fully loaded
Loading Titan Trials Aramguerra 43
- Bot: Recoil amplifier
- Barrel: Botti 315mm CII
- Optical: Slate reflector
- Stock: Mercier WT anchor
- Underbarrel: Mark VI Skeletal
- Magazine: 9mm 60 round cartridges
- Ammunition Type: Subsonic
- Rear handle: Tape handle
- Advantage: Stable
- Advantage 2: Fast
Tips and tricks to win Titan Trials in Warzone
Get the charge as early as possible
Titanium Trials is unique in that there are no free load drops, so you’ll need to collect as much money as possible early in the game and buy your gear as soon as possible. Ground loot weapons pale in comparison to the weapons listed above, so you’ll give yourself a huge advantage by buying the gear early.
We recommend landing somewhere away from the plane lane where you’ll be unchallenged and can get a charge before playing the rest of the match.
But, the loadout price will continue to drop as the match progresses, so don’t worry if you can’t grab one right away.
Auto-revival kits are everywhere in Warzone’s Titan Trials, as every player will emerge with one – even after returning from the Gulag.
When fighting, keep in mind that the player you hit will most likely have a Self-Revive, so don’t count them out of the fight. Finish them off with the gun or throwing knife if possible, but if you can’t, be careful where you hit them in case they re-throw the nail.
Keep paying during the fight
Considering that Titanium Trials is a Terminator themed mod, armor plates count for a lot more of your total health. Your base health is only 100 HP and your armor is another 300 HP. As important as armor is, just putting on a single plate during a fight will provide a huge advantage.
If you’re fighting at range, take every second to refill your armor plates. This is especially useful if you find the tempered advantage on the ground, as each plate provides 150 hp. Players won’t expect your health to be so full and you can catch them in the open as they push up.
Play with friends
Warzone’s Titanium Trials is Quads only, and playing with randoms is always a gamble. If possible, playing with friends will significantly increase your chances of winning.
Random players will often leave right after death or just want to do their own thing. Playing as a united team is a surefire way to secure the victories needed to unlock all Ultra Camos.
You’ll only have until August 24th to claim all of your Titanium Trials earnings, and then Season 5 will kick off right after, bringing new weapons and classic CoD villains, if the leaks are to be believed.
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