The best Peacekeeper MK2 loadout in COD Mobile
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With Call of Duty Mobile still as popular as ever, players have kept searching for the best weapons to use in multiplayer. The DR-H and other ARs have dominated this season and most others but players are looking for a change in scenery. There’s arguably no better way to do this than to start with a fan-favorite AR in COD Mobile: the Peacekeeper MK2.

The Peacekeeper MK2 was a post-launch addition to COD Mobile but it hasn’t truly broken into the meta yet. While it features decent stats and is generally easy to use, players have been naturally attracted to the flashier ARs in the class. But, that might be changing thanks to a rise in popularity with the Peacekeeper MK2.

You can see the best loadout for the Peacekeeper MK2 in COD Mobile in the guide below.

Best Peacekeeper MK2 loadout in COD Mobile

Across the board, the Peacekeeper MK2 has average stats that don’t make it stand out in any area. However, this is a good thing for players because they can use a loadout with a wide array of attachments. The Peacekeeper MK2 is generally regarded as an A-tier AR but, with its best loadout, it gets a slight bump.

  • Muzzle: Agency Suppressor
  • Optic: Red Dot Sight 1
  • Underbarrel: Field Agent Foregrip
  • Ammunition: Large Extended Mag A
  • Rear Grip: Firm Grip Tape

The main goal of this loadout is to increase the Peacekeeper’s recoil control while also bumping up some other areas. Recoil is managed by two different attachments, the Field Agent Foregrip and Agency Suppressor. Players won’t see the gun move much when firing with these two attachments.

Damage range is also addressed with this loadout, as the Agency Suppressor also boosts that stat as well. You also have a slight boost to mobility with the Firm Grip Tape. Rounding out the loadout is the Large Extended Mag A, which ensures you won’t have to reload too often. This Peacekeeper MK2 loadout in COD Mobile is a reliable choice for all modes across multiplayer.

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.