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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare multiplayer features the most weapons and attachments we’ve ever seen in the series. Each weapon has up to 70 attachments available to use, giving players an overwhelming amount of options. Along with this, there are nearly 40 weapons to choose from, all of which are viable in-game. With this many choices, it can be a bit confusing to figure out which weapon and attachment combination is the best to use. Well, while every weapon is serviceable, there a few that stand out from the rest. Here are some of the best class setups in Modern Warfare multiplayer.

M4A1 Class setups

Every FPS game needs a signature weapon that can dominate in every scenario. Usually, in Call of Duty, this particular weapon is an Assault Rifle, as most are effective at all ranges. In Modern Warfare it’s no different, as the M4A1 is by far the best weapon as of right now.

While the gun may receive a nerf in the future, it should still be a leading weapon. Its high fire rate means it can excel at close range, but it’s also accurate at medium-to-long range. The M4 has the ability to kill with two shots up close if you hit your enemy in the head.

When talking about weapon attachments, we can look to professional players’ class setups. Traditionally, pro players use weapon attachments that either increase damage or help with recoil and aiming control. Thanks to @INTELCallofDuty, we can see four M4 classes that the pros use.

For the most part, pro players are using some kind of optic on their M4. This optic is completely personal preference, but the most popular is the G.I. Mini Reflex. With the optic, many pros are using rubberized grip tape, operator foregrip, Stock M16 Grenadier barrel, and the M16 stock. Of course, this could change in the future but likely won’t differ too far.

MP5 and MP7 Class setups

Once again, personal preference comes into play here. For the most part, professional players are torn between which submachine gun to use. Some prefer the high fire rate of the MP7 while others enjoy the accuracy of the MP5. Either way, it comes down to which one you feel more comfortable with.

Whichever way you decide to go, we’ve got a few different classes for both of the submachine guns thanks to CDL Intel.

With both weapons, an optic is not needed as the iron sights are quite good. Also on both weapons, stippled grip tape, FORGE TAC Ultralight stock, and an FSS barrel are used by most. With the MP5, the 10mm magazine rounds blow the standard rounds out of the water. As for the rest of the setup, it’s up to you. The Sleight of Hand perk is useful along with a Muzzle Brake or 1mW laser for increased hip-fire accuracy.

In terms of both casual and competitive, using these weapons with some variation of those attachments is your best bet. We hope you enjoyed our class setups! Make sure to keep up with Daily Esports for all Modern Warfare coverage.

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.