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Since the beginning of Call of Duty: Warzone, the P90 submachine gun has been a reliable option for players. While not quite at the level of the MP5, this classic Call of Duty weapon is more than capable of slaying enemies all over Verdansk.
With the inclusion of Black Ops Cold War, however, the P90 has taken a backseat to other SMGs. This trend has remained in Season 2, as the rising usage of the MAC-10 and LC10 have taken over the weapon class. However, the P90 is still worth a loadout spot and can perform even better than other guns in the category with the correct loadout.
Best P90 loadout in Warzone
The P90’s biggest strength is its magazine size, as it boasts more bullets than most other SMGs in either Modern Warfare or Black Ops Cold War. A whopping 50 bullets are in the base magazine, meaning that players don’t necessarily need to spend an attachment on the ammunition slot.
Aside from the magazine, the P90 has decent stats across the board. Its accuracy, damage and fire rate are all standard for the SMG class. This gives players some freedom when designing the loadout. Though, there’s one specific loadout that players and high-profile streamers have made great use out of in Warzone Season 2.
- Muzzle: Monolithic Suppressor
- Barrel: FORGE TAC Retribution
- Optic: G.I. Mini Reflex
- Laser: Tac Laser
- Underbarrel: Stippled Grip Tape
The first two attachments for the P90 loadout, the Monolithic Suppresor and FORGE TAC Retribution, are solely used for increasing damage range and reducing recoil. Also, the Monolithic Suppressor keeps players off the radar when firing, which is always a bonus.
Next, the Tac Laser and Stippled Grip Tape are proficient in aiding players in close-range gunfights. The laser helps with hip fire and base accuracy, while the grip tape brings the weapon up faster.
Finally, the G.I. Mini Reflex is the optic that most players choose to use, as it’s not too invasive. The P90 isn’t best served at long-range so a multiple zoom level optic isn’t needed. Ultimately, though, this slot is a personal preference.
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.