The best MX9 loadout in Warzone 2
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There are several weapons that could be considered underrated in Season 1 of Call of Duty: Warzone 2. From the RAPP-H to the Kastov 545, these weapons could easily find themselves in the meta with a little more recognition from the player base. However, since the top weapons in the game attract so much attention, that doesn’t seem likely for the time being. If players are interested in using another underrated gun, though, they should check out the MX9. The MX9 is a powerful submachine gun that has an equally strong loadout in Warzone 2.

The one problem with the MX9 is that it hasn’t seemed to receive much attention from the community since the launch of Modern Warfare 2. Despite being one of the best SMGs in MW2, players have still overlooked it to this day. The same is happening in Warzone, as players are more preoccupied with the Fennec 45 and Lachmann Sub. The MX9 is a versatile SMG, though, and can be a lethal one as long as players use its best set of attachments.

Best MX9 loadout in Warzone 2

The MX9 has an extremely strong damage range and rate of fire in Warzone 2. While its mobility leaves something to be desired, the recommended attachments on the MX9’s loadout can change that in a hurry.

  • Muzzle: SA Schalldampfer 99
  • Barrel: 16.5” STB Factory
  • Laser: VLK LZR 7MW
  • Comb: FTAC C11 Riser
  • Magazine: 32 Round Mag

The first two attachments on the loadout are the SA Schalldampfer 99 and the 16.5″ STB Factory barrel. Both of these attachments increase recoil control, while the latter also adds bullet velocity and damage range. These two attachments come at the cost of mobility, but we have the VLK ZLR 7mW Laser and FTAC C11 Riser Comb to make up for that; ADS and sprint-to-fire times are improved greatly with those two attachments. Finally, the 32 Round Mag adds some extra bullets in each clip, but doesn’t completely hamper mobility.

Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 6+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.