News - New Max Damage "m4" Best Class Setup Warzone 2. Best M4 Class Setup Warzone 2
The M4 is the most classic of weapons, but for a good reason: little to no recoil means landing more shots, leading to quicker kills; lighter weight means better movement and being more nimble with your mobility, leading to faster aim down sight speeds, leading to winning more gunfights; and most importantly, it maximizes damage most effectively.
Gunplay For those of you that just got Modern Warfare 2 for Christmas and the holidays and are looking for a reliable weapon to get used to the game, this is your absolute best bet, and even for those who are well versed and maybe going for a Teen Challenge or some crazy nuclear gameplay, this M4 is a must-use.
Now without wasting any more time, let's have Corn and Salty break down the best attachments and how you should have them tuned to improve their effectiveness through an intense 50-gun streak gameplay.
M4 class setup & tuning
run the M4 and let's get started with a stock. We have the demo fade Pro Stock now that's going to give you aim walking speed and sprint speed to just help you move around the map a little bit quicker. The only negative is aiming for stability there, but you're going to want to be tuning this one, and you want to pay close attention.
You're going to want these exact numbers. negative, 3.23 ounces, to the aim down sight speed there, and then you're going to want a negative 0.62 toward your aim walking speed. Now we're heading over to a laser sight, which is a very important attachment to this build, the FSS OLED laser, that's going to give you aim down sight speed, aiming stability, and sprint to fire speed to help the overall aggression of the builds and take some closer range fights with ease.
For the barrel, we have the most important attachment, the Hightower 20-inch, that's going to give you bullet velocity, damage range, recoil control, and hip fire accuracy. Obviously, those are a bunch of great additions to assault rifles. Now, that's going to be tuned to a negative 0.39 for the aim walking speed and a negative 0.13 for the aim down sight speed.
Now for the muzzle, we have the stake and tread for vertical and horizontal recoil control, where it's going to be tuned to a negative 0.65 for that inbound sight speed and then a plus 0.20 for the gun kick control, and finishing this off with an underbell, we have the phase 3 grip. You can see the big jump in that accuracy bar there, and that's going to be because this gives you aim stability, hit fire accuracy, and recoil stabilization. For the tuning on that one, you're going to want to use a negative 0.49 for the aim down sight speed and then a negative 0.40 for the aim walking speed.
Okay, so we are using the "jack of all trades" weapon here, the M4. Good at all ranges because of the fire rate, the low recoil, and the good damage range; like I said, the trickiest of all trades.All right.