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The RUS 79U is one of the original weapons in COD Mobile and players are still using it in Season 7. The popular submachine gun has always been an A or B-tier weapon, but players have still treated it like it’s an S-tier choice. Perhaps it’s the love for the AK-74u in other CoD titles, but even so, the RUS 79U and its gunsmith loadout are still relevant in Season 7 of COD Mobile.
Of course, its recommended gunsmith loadout has been changed throughout the various COD Mobile seasons. The developer is always tinkering with the RUS 79U and they did again with the Season 7 update. While the gun wasn’t changed much, it was altered enough that players are wondering if they need to change up their loadout.
Best RUS 79U gunsmith loadout in COD Mobile
In the Season 7 update, the RUS 79U received a small buff to its damage multiplier. Specifically, the damage multiplier to the chest area was increased. The exact buff is found below.
- Increased Damage Multiplier on chest from 1 to 1.1 without any attachment
This isn’t a giant alteration but it will help players kill slightly quicker with the RUS 79U, provided they’re aiming for the chest and above. That said, the recommended loadout for the RUS 79U doesn’t change much in COD Mobile for Season 7.
- Barrel: YKM Integral Suppressor Light
- Stock: No Stock
- Laser: OWC Laser – Tactical
- Ammunition: 50 Round Extended Mag
- Rear Grip: Granulated Grip Tape
The overall goal of this loadout is to increase mobility and lower recoil slightly. The former is realized by the No Stock option, the OWC Laser – Tactical and the YKM Integral Suppressor Light attachments. All of these attachments increase ADS speed and also tighten ADS bullet spread, making players more accurate when aiming down sights.
General recoil is also reduced with the Granulated Grip Tape. Finally, the 50 Round Extended Mag is in use to ensure players don’t need to reload in the middle of a gunfight. The RUS 79U should still be relevant and usable in Season 7 with this loadout.
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.