Best MCPR-300 Loadout in Warzone 2 & DMZ - Prima Games

Best MCPR-300 Loadout in Warzone 2 & DMZ

Make each shot count.

by Daniel Wenerowicz
MCPR-300 Loadout

The MCPR-300 is the best sniper rifle to use in Warzone 2 and DMZ season 3 due to the power that each shot has. Not only does the one shot sniper have plenty of damage, but it also contains a much higher capacity for ammunition by default, and in this loadout guide, I will outline all the attachments I use to make the weapon a ranged machine.

Best DMZ and Warzone 2 MCPR-300 Loadout

  • Muzzle: Nilsound 90
  • Barrel: 22″ OMX-456
  • Laser: Schlager PEQ Box IV
  • Ammunition: .300 Mag Explosive
  • Optic: Forge Tac Delta 4

To start the loadout, I always add at least two range-based attachments to ensure that bullet velocity and damage range aren’t a problem. Those two attachments are the Nilsound 90 muzzle and the 22″ OMX-456. Both of these will ensure that I can snipe enemies at any distance and that the bullet travels as fast as possible. Velocity will be incredibly important for the ammo type as well.

Here is my full MCPR-300 build.

After the ranged attachments on the MCPR-300, it’s important to add at least a little bit of mobility. Otherwise, you will be deadlifting the scope to your screen. I prefer to use the Schalger PEQ Box IV over the FSS OLE because it doesn’t have a visible laser. There is less ADS speed, but utilizing the weapon tuning can fix that issue.

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To end the loadout, I can’t stress enough how important the .300 Mag Explosive ammunition is. These bullets are what make the MCPR-300 a one-shot sniper in the Call of Duty Warzone 2 and DMZ. Pair the ammo with the Forge Tac Delta 4 scope for minimal glint, and now you have the perfect sniper rifle for all your needs in Al Mazrah or Ashika Island.

About The Author

Daniel Wenerowicz

Dan has been writing gaming guides and news as a staff writer and freelancer since he graduated from Westfield State University in 2020. You can find him covering the FPS and Battle Royale space at Prima Games.

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