Sniper rifles have been a firm part of the weapon meta thus far in Call of Duty: Warzone 2 Season 1. Due to the overall size of Al Mazrah, long-range guns are all the rage among the player base. There are currently five snipers in Warzone 2, and all are viable in some shape or fashion. Naturally, though, there are a couple that stands above the rest. The MCPR 300 is one of those snipers, featuring a dominant long-range loadout in Warzone 2.
Currently, the MCPR 300 is the most-picked sniper rifle in the game, according to WZRanked.com. The MCPR narrowly beats out the Victus XMR and Signal 50, mostly thanks to its long-range prowess. However, as with any gun, the MCPR needs some help to become the top weapon that is. That help comes from its loadout of attachments, and there is a certain set that has been deemed stronger than anything else.
To see the full loadout for the MCPR 300 in Warzone 2, keep reading below.
Best MCPR 300 loadout in Warzone 2
Compared to other sniper rifles in Warzone 2, the MCPR 300 has fairly balanced stats. It’s not as fast as something as the LA-B 330 and it doesn’t have as much damage as the Victus or Signal 50. Where the MCPR separates itself is in its versatility, being highly effective at any range. This versatility is boosted even more by using the MCPR’s strongest loadout.
- Barrel: 22″ OMX-456
- Laser: FSS OLE-V Laser
- Magazine: 5 Round Mag
- Bolt: Cronen Smooth Bolt
- Rear Grip: Cronen Cheetah Grip
All of the MCPR 300’s pertinent stats are increased with this set of attachments. Recoil control is boosted with the 22″ OMX-456 barrel while mobility is increased with the FSS OLE-V Laser, 5 Round Mag, and Cronen Cheetah Grip. Finally, the Cronen Smooth Bolt gives players extra rechambering accuracy so they can stay on target after firing a shot. We’ve decided not to equip an optic, as we feel the MCPR’s base sight is perfectly adequate for mid-long range gunfights.
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.