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Best MP7 Build in XDefiant

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by Daniel Wenerowicz
MP7 XDefiant

Nearly every weapon currently in XDefiant has the potential to wipe out the enemy team in the right hands and deliver players some crazy streaks. However, some weapons are clearly reaching the top of their class, and one of them is the MP7 that has quickly become popular in the submachine gun category.

Just like other shooters, the MP7 offers up base stats that allow the weapon to be incredibly mobile while retaining control and damage. All we have to do is add some good supporting attachments and we have ourselves a scary build to sprint around the map with. Here’s our guide for the best MP7 build in XDefiant.

XDefiant – Best MP7 Build

Because this submachine gun has such great base stats, we don’t have to go overboard with the corrections on attachments. Most of the additions will be based on mobility with some subtle control buffs. I found that using minimalistic attachments with low negatives works best on a weapon like this.

MP7 Loadout XDefiant:

  • Barrel: Lightweight
  • Front Rail: Superlight
  • Magazine: Quick Mag
  • Rear Grip: Grip Tape
  • Stock: Collapsed

Three of the attachments on the list have some negatives with hefty positives. The Lightweight Barrel and the Superlight rail are going to improve the ADS speed and overall movement speed that you have. This comes at the cost of some spread accuracy and recoil recovery. Then we add the Grip Tape to balance out the recoil recovery losses. All three of these pieces will work well together to ensure balance.

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For the other two additions, there are no negatives to worry about on the MP7. We have the Quick Mag for faster reloads and more ammo capacity. We also have the Collapsed Stock for even more mobility. Compared to weapons like the M4A1, you’ll be flying around the map in XDefiant. After I tried out high mobility builds in the game, it was hard to go back.

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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