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The M4A1 SOPMOD is an assault rifle featured in Warzone: Iron Wolf. It is the main rifle of the Predators in the campaign and also a beloved weapon in multiplayer. 

Warzone: Iron Wolf

"A rifle with great mobility and handling. The low recoil instead of raw firepower makes the weapon's low damage counter with accurate shots, fired direct on target at most of the ranges."
―Call of Duty Elite description

The M4A1 makes its return in Warzone: Iron Wolf as the SOPMOD variant. The M4A1 has a new look; a black and brown finish, a custom charging handle assist, MAGPUL M.O.E. stock and a different magazine. The M4A1 has a 30-round magazine. A foregrip handle is present, but it doesn't affect the recoil.


The M4A1 appears in the mission Walking through Caracas as the main protagonist's main weapon. It is equiped with a dual sight, a 3.4x scope and a canted iron sight. The M4A1 also appears to be carried by various other members of the Predators. It also is a starting weapon in Act of Valor.


The M4A1 SOPMOD appears as one of the default weapons in multiplayer. It is shown to be very similar to the campaign incarnation. It has its usual quick firing, low recoil tradition. With damage up close being very high, it is a popular close range weapon. It does suffer at longer ranges, due to a drastic damage dropoff, which can be remedied with the already fast fire rate. The Compensator attachment will reduce the damage dropoff at longer ranges.

The weapon's versatility expands as one of the most with a high array of attachments. Any of the optical attachments are excellent, should one not prefer its iron sights.

Weapon Attachments

  • Reflex Sight
  • Grenade Launcher
  • Silencer
  • Laser Sight
  • Dual Sight
  • Extended Clip
  • Grip
  • Select Fire
  • Dual Mags
  • ACOG Scope
  • EOTech Holographic
  • Compensator
  • Holo Magnifier
  • Scanner Scope
  • Quickdraw Grip
  • Collapsed Stock


Multiplayer sound

w/ Suppressor


Warzone: Shade

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The M4A1 SOPMOD was set to appear in Warzone: Shade, but was eventually cut.