If you’ve played any Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 multiplayer, then you’re at least acutely aware of just how strong the Fennec 45 submachine gun is. Its fire rate is ridiculously fast and it has virtually no recoil to go along with that. Because of these impressive traits, players have begun testing the weapon out in Warzone 2, and they have not been disappointed. If you’re looking to get aboard the Fennec 45 train in Warzone 2, then we recommend you check out the SMG’s best loadout.
The Fennec 45 behaves almost identically in Warzone 2 to how it does in MW2. There’s very little recoil on the gun, and it has kept its high fire rate and terrific mobility. The damage range on the Fennec 45 is where it lacks compared to other SMGs in Warzone 2, but that stat can be adjusted with some attachments on its loadout.
Best Fennec 45 loadout in Warzone 2
The main goal of the Fennec 45’s loadout will be to increase its overall damage range while keeping its fire rate high and recoil low. Increasing damage range will allow the Fennec 45 to compete much more closely with other SMGs, pushing it to the top of the meta.
- Muzzle: AVR-T90 Comp
- Barrel: ZLR 16.5″ Ignition Barrel
- Stock: Agile Assault T-7 Stock
- Underbarrel: Agent Grip
- Magazine: Fennec Mag 45
The loadout begins with the AVR-T90 Comp muzzle, which reduces overall recoil, and the ZLR 16.5″ Ignition Barrel, boosting both damage range and bullet velocity. The stock in place is the Agile Assault T-7, giving the Fennec 45 a huge increase in mobility, both in ADS and sprint-to-fire times.
Finally, we have the Agent Grip, which improves hip-fire accuracy and stability, and the 45 Round Mag to give players a fighting chance against two or more enemies. We have no optic in place due to the Fennec’s great iron sights, but if players want one, they can equip the Cronen Mini Pro in exchange for the Agent Grip.
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.