The Modern Warfare 2 CDL season is almost underway, and many fans are searching to find out what classes the best players are running.
This article covers the Modern Warfare 2 CDL loadouts that the pros currently use for you to try out and see if they work for your play style.
Please keep in mind that the situation around loadouts is very flexible at the moment and likely to change as players spend more hours playing the game and gentlemen’s agreements are made on what can or can’t be used.
Firstly, let’s focus on some of the current loadouts CDL Pros and former pros are using for Assault Rifles. In 4v4 competition, CDL teams tend to focus on two players running Assault Rifles and two players running submachine guns. Sometimes that varies depending on the map and game type, and sometimes even the time to kill.
If you prefer to play angles and engage in long or mid-distance gunfights, these loadouts are the best for you.
SlasheR – Current Call of Duty Player for Atlanta Faze
SlasheR has had a couple of average seasons in the CDL but has landed on his feet this off-season, joining the Atlanta Faze replacing Arcitys. Many recent fans might question this decision, but anyone who has followed professional Call of Duty for a few years now will know just how great SlasheR can be when he is on his game.
- Barrel: 14.5 Tundra Pro Barrel
- Muzzle: Komodo Heavy
- Underbarrel: FTAC Ripper 56
- Rear Grip: Demo Cleanshot Grip
- Sight: Cronen Mini Pro
Clayster – Current Call of Duty Player for Las Vegas Legion
Clayster uses a TAQ-56 Scar class that is highly effective in a number of situations. Being one of the best FPS players, I don’t dare to question his Loadout.
So, if you want to try out Clayster’s TAQ-56 classs setup, here’s how you do ti:
Optic: SZ Mini
Muzzle: Xten Havoc 90
Underbarrel: EDGE-47 GRIP
Rear Grip: Demo Cleanshot Grip
Clayster used to add a Schlager PEQ BOX IV Laser to this class setup, too, but they are now banned as per the version 2.5 of the Gentlemen’s Agreement.
Next, let’s focus on the Submachine gun loadouts top players are currently running. There are two types of submachine gun players in CDL teams, one that is the first to engage in gunfights and play the objective and another that focuses more on slaying.
These player types will impact the loadouts highlighted below.
Censor – Former World Champion and Current Boston Breach Substitute
Doug Censor Martin is one of the most prominent characters in Call of Duty today, and although he has never featured in an official CDL match, he still competes at the top of the Challengers league and is the official Boston Breach substitute.
Despite his recent backlash for trying to expose streamers, Censor should be taken seriously when it comes to looking at his loadout.
- Barrel: SA Response III
- Muzzle: XTEN Razor Comp
- Rear Grip: Demo-X2 Grip
- Stock: Markeev R7 Stock
Censor used to add a Schlager Peq Box IV Laser to this class setup, too, but they are now banned as per the version 2.5 of the Gentlemen’s Agreement.
2Pac – Atlanta Faze Search and Destroy Coach
Although 2Pac is no longer a professional player, he is the current Search and Destroy coach for arguably the most consistent CDL franchise, with an outstanding Search and Destroy record.
Here is a glance at his Lachmann submachine gun loadout.
- Barrel: FTAC M-SUB 12″
- Muzzle: AVR-T90 Comp
- Underbarrel: Merc Foregrip
- Rear Grip: Cronus Grip
- Stock: LM Stockless Mod
Envoy – Current Call of Duty Player for LA Thieves
Envoy suffered heartbreak at the end of the Cold War season, as he was released as a free agent by Optic Texas. However, he bounced back in the best way possible, winning the final major of the year and the World Championship with his new team, LA Thieves.
Earlier in the season, there were questions about his place on the team, but by the end of the season, there was a solid argument to make him the MVP of the year.
Envoy likes to make big plays and take long routes to surprise the opposition. If this sounds like you, check out his loadout.
- Barrel: L38 Falcon 226MM
- Muzzle: Lock shot KT85
- Underbarrel: Lockgrip Precision-40
- Rear Grip: Lachmann TCG-10
- Stock: LM Stockless Mod
Snipers will not be as common due to the new rules in the GA, but it doesn’t mean they cannot be used. Teams can have one sniper depending on the game mode and map.
Rare but still needed, Snipers also need optmization and we are going to present one loadout that you can use to make the most out of this weapon.
2Pac – Current Call of Duty Player for Atlanta FaZe
This is the second loadout in the article used by 2pac, but the man is really good at the game, so let’s trust his expertise.
The ban on snipers is not absolute yet. Each team can have one sniper depending on the map and mode. By using the MCPR-300, 2PAC guarantees range and accuracy while using a weapon that is less likely to get entirely banned.
- Barrel: 22″ OMX-456
- Rear Grip: Croner Cheetah Grip
- Stock: FSS Merc Stock
- Magazine: 5 Round Mag
2Pac used to add a Schlager PEQ BOX IV Laser to this class setup, too, but lasers are all banned as per the version 2.5 of the Gentlemen’s Agreement.
Now you have a range of loadouts to try based on what the top players in the game are currently using. These loadouts will change as time passes, and these players unlock more in-game features and attachments. These loadouts are also set to be impacted by gentlemen’s agreements, which are still yet to be agreed upon.
If you want to try and keep pace with these full-time Call of Duty professionals, you will likely need to use double XP tokens. You can learn how to get double XP tokens here.