The best MW MP5 loadout in Call of Duty: Warzone Pacific Season 1
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Currently, Call of Duty: Warzone Pacific is being run by a few different Vanguard weapons. This makes sense, as the newly integrated game will always have the stronger weapons in Warzone. However, the older game’s weapons are still viable. Guns like the Modern Warfare MP5 can still compete with their new Vanguard competition in Warzone Pacific, thanks to their reliable loadouts.

The MW MP5 has been one of the most consistent weapons in Warzone since the beginning. It’s never been solely at the top of meta, thanks to new guns coming in so often, but players will be hard-pressed to find a more reliable SMG. And, if players don’t have any Vanguard SMGs leveled up, the MW MP5 is a terrific option to fall back on.

Best MW MP5 loadout in Warzone Pacific

The MW MP5’s best loadout has changed in small ways since the start of Warzone. The main elements of the loadout have remained the same but other aspects of it, like the stock and underbarrel, have changed depending on the season. The current best loadout for the MW MP5 utilizes a wide variety of attachments to improve mobility above all else.

  • Barrel: Monolithic Integral Suppressor
  • Underbarrel: Merc Foregrip
  • Stock: FTAC Collapsible
  • Perk: Sleight of Hand
  • Magazine: 40 Round Mags

This loadout foregoes a muzzle to utilize the Monolithic Integral Suppressor barrel, which improves bullet velocity, recoil control and keeps players hidden on the radar when firing. This is followed up by three attachments to improve mobility. The Merc Foregrip increases the SMG’s hipfire accuracy, the FTAC Collapsible stock boosts ADS speed and Sleight of Hand allows players to reload faster.

The loadout finishes with the 40 Round Mags to ensure players don’t have to use Sleight of Hand too much. The MW MP5 is still competitive in Warzone Pacific and this loadout makes sure of it.

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.