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The Season 7 “Elite of the Elite” update in COD Mobile brought a slew of weapon changes. From the Holger 26 getting a massive buff to the LK24 seeing some interesting changes, the meta has been thoroughly shaken. However, one change that most players didn’t wish for was a massive nerf to the Fennec submachine gun. This has absolutely altered the Fennec’s recommended loadout in COD Mobile.

Being one of the most popular weapons in multiplayer, many players knew the previous recommended Fennec loadout. With the developers nerfing the SMG in Season 7, though, players will need to learn a new loadout that makes use of different attachments to compensate for the nerf. Players can see the loadout and what was nerfed about the Fennec below.

Best Fennec gunsmith loadout in COD Mobile

There were three aspects of the Fennec altered in COD Mobile Season 7.

  • Increased Damage Multiplier on abdomen from 1 to 1.05 without any attachment
  • Decreased Damage Range from 15-20-27 to 12-17-24 without any attachment
  • Decreased Damage Multiplier on limbs from 0.9 to 0.8 without any attachment

The decreases to the damage range and multipliers are huge for the Fennec. However, some attachments on the loadout aim to bring the Fennec back to what it was before Season 7.

  • Muzzle: Monolithic Suppressor
  • Optic: Classic Red Dot Sight
  • Underbarrel: Operator Foregrip
  • Ammunition: Extended Mag A
  • Rear Grip: Rubberized Grip Tape

To make up for the loss of damage range, the Monolithic Suppressor is in place. The muzzle also suppresses fire to allow players complete silence on the map. The rest of the loadout mainly deals with accuracy to account for the Fennec’s high recoil The Classic Red Dot Sight, Operator Foregrip and Rubberized Grip Tape all help with maintaining a steady weapon and lowering the recoil.

The final attachment is the Extended Mag A to ensure that players don’t run out of bullets too quickly. The Fennec might have been nerfed in Season 7 of COD Mobile but it still has a decent loadout.

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.
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