Unlock Tempus Razorback in Warzone & MW2

If you want to know how to unlock the Tempus Razorback in Warzone 2 & MW2, you’ve come to the right place. The new Assault Rifle sounds pretty good, so of course a lot of players want to know how to get it. And, of course, there’s plenty of you that want it because it’s new, and who could blame you? So, let’s jump straight into it.

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unlock tempus razorback in warzone & mw2
Unlock Tempus Razorback in Warzone & MW2

How to Unlock Tempus Razorback Assault Rifle in MW2 & Warzone 2

To unlock the Tempus Razorback Assault Rifle in Warzone 2 and MW2 (aka Modern Warfare 2), you basically just have to play the game. The weapon is locked in Battle Pass Sector D13, so you have to gather Tokens until you get to the weapon you want. I mean, there will probably be other ways of earning the Tempus Razorback later on, but this is the only method at time of writing. The fastest way to pull it off is focusing on the top part of the Battle Pass, plowing through Sectors D1, D3 and D7, and then clearing out D9. This should take you around 25 Battle Pass tokens, so it’s also the cheapest route to our knowledge. If there’s another way, let us know in the comments.

So, yeah, that’s how you unlock the Tempus Razorback Assault Rifle in MW2 and Warzone 2. The patch notes describe it as a “masterclass in exceptional manufacturing,” continuing: “this Tempus Armament assault rifle features a bullpup design and frame-vibration control, resulting in a smooth and controllable full-auto 5.56 weapon.” So, if that sounds like something that’s up your alley, go for it! Don’t forget, there’s also the ISO 45 Submachine Gun in Sector D19 and the Tonfa melee weapon, unlocked through the Assault on Vondel Event. And that about does it for this guide. If there’s something else bothering you, check out our other articles, like How to Rejoin Match.

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