In Call of Duty, assault rifles and SMGs are typically the most widely used weapons, but LMGs are still effective. This is especially true given Modern Warfare 2‘s slower tempo, which encourages cautious gameplay. The firepower more than makes up for the bulky LMGs’ inherent clunkiness and slowness if your playstyle is adjusted appropriately.
List of the Best LMGs in Modern Warfare 2
We examined every LMG in Modern Warfare 2 that is currently on the market and put them to the test in the brand-new Gunsmith with various attachment options. Below is a list that we have come up with of our best choices in LMGs in Modern Warfare 2.
The Sakin MG38 is the LMG with the most damage, but it is also the slowest and most challenging to handle. Overall, there are simply too many disadvantages with the Sakin, in particular when compared to alternatives.
The M4’s LMG variant is known as the 556 Icarus, and in our opinion, it’s the most user-friendly LMG in MW2. It has a decent range, is accurate, and isn’t overly extremely slow when equipped with the correct attachments. Overall, it performs like a heavy assault rifle because of its minimal recoil as well.
The Lachmann platform’s LMG variant and our absolute favorite is the RAPP H. The weapon is particularly powerful since it has a very low rate of recoil and a very high rate of fire. Usually, a rapid rate of fire is accompanied by a high rate of recoil, but not with the RAPP H. The sole problem of this weapon is that it is so sluggish that you essentially have to spend the entire game holding pre-aims; yet throw in a couple of attachments, and you’ve got yourself a pretty devastating weapon. On the brighter side, you will probably end up with an impressive K/D by the end of the match.
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