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The Fennec is arguably the most popular submachine gun in Season 6 of COD Mobile. It possesses the fastest fire rate in the SMG category and it can eliminate enemies in the blink of an eye. Also, the Fennec has the Ascended blueprint, which was COD Mobile’s first Mythic weapon. However, the Fennec wouldn’t be nearly as popular as it is without a solid loadout.
Players have been tinkering with the SMG in the gunsmith for multiple seasons. After many iterations, the Fennec seemingly has its recommended loadout that suits a majority of players. It puts its overwhelming fire rate to good use without compromising on any other stat.
Best Fennec loadout in COD Mobile
Boasting a fire rate stat of 111, it’s no wonder that so many players choose this weapon at first glance. But, many have actually stopped using it after a few matches because of its recoil. With such a high fire rate, it makes sense that the developers would also have the Fennec feature such a high recoil. However, this can be rectified with the recommended loadout:
- Muzzle: Monolithic Suppressor
- Stock: No Stock
- Laser: MIP Laser 5mw
- Underbarrel: Operator Foregrip
- Ammunition: Extended Mag A
To fix the gun’s high recoil, the Operator Foregrip comes into play. This underbarrel lowers the vertical and horizontal recoil in order to make the Fennec much more stable when firing. The Monolithic Suppressor is up next and improves the damage range while also silencing shots to keep players off the radar.
For some mobility help, the No Stock and MIP Laser 5mw attachments are in use. No Stock gives players a lower sprint-to-fire delay while the MIP Laser improves hip-fire for players who don’t want to deal with the gun’s recoil. Hip-firing can be extremely effective with the Fennec. Players won’t be running out of bullets too quickly thanks to the Extended Mag A. This Fennec loadout in COD Mobile, when used correctly, will surely blow any enemy away.
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.