The best MX9 loadout in COD Mobile
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The MX9 was introduced a couple of years ago in COD Mobile and since then, it’s been among the best submachine guns in the game. From a blistering high damage range to devastating bullet velocity and virtually no recoil, few players debate its superiority. As such, it’s garnered a ton of popularity from COD Mobile veterans. However, new and even some veteran players might not know the best loadout for the MX9 in the current season of COD Mobile.

The MX9’s loadout hasn’t changed much since its introduction in the mobile title. Still, players need to know what stats to target in the gunsmith and which attachments best complement those stats.

Below, you can see my recommended loadout for the MX9 in COD Mobile.

Best MX9 loadout in COD Mobile

Like other submachine guns in the game, the MX9 is best served in close to medium-range gunfights. This means that attachments targeting mobility are going to be ideal when crafting the loadout. Aim-down-sight, sprint-to-fire time and damage range are the main stats players want to boost with the MX9. Here are the attachments that boost those stats the best.

  • Barrel: MIP Light Extended Barrel
  • Stock: Agile Stock
  • Underbarrel: Infiltrator Foregrip
  • Ammunition: Hybrid Mag for MX9
  • Rear Grip: Firm Grip Tape

Starting off, this MX9 loadout has two attachments to improve the damage and the range. The MIP Light Extended Barrel increases range to give you a better chance at longer range gunfights. The Hybrid Mag for MX9 ammunition offers a better reload time so you can right back into the action after running out of bullets.

Next, the mobility attachments come into play. The Agile Stock boosts sprint-to-fire time, the Firm Grip Tape improves aiming stability and the Infiltrator Foregrip increases aim-down-sight movement speed. This gives the MX9 some of the best mobility in the submachine gun class of COD Mobile and makes it nearly unstoppable at close range.

Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 7+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.