FaZe Swagg Claims Forgotten MW Pistol Could Completely Replace SMGs

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Warzone fiend FaZe Swagg has found an overlooked pistol from Modern Warfare that he thinks could be better than every SMG in the game and could even rival the Diamatti.

It takes a lot for a player like Swagg to be impressed with a Warzone weapon. As a veteran of the scene, he’s seen it all from the days of DMR and Dragon’s Breath to the current days of Owen Gun and Carl Gustaf (aka H4 Blixen).

While the Diamatti was previously able to fight its way to the top of the meta during Vanguard Season 2, the streamer believes it could have blocked another pistol headed for the top.

Modern Warfare Gun Loadout by FaZe Swagg


There is a surprise challenger entering the meta according to Swagg.

In a June 16 video uploaded to his Youtube channelSwagg explained exactly why he thinks Modern Warfare’s Desert Eagle could be one of the best overall secondaries in WZ.

Taking inspiration from a video by another creator, he put together a loadout and tested it out for himself on Rebirth Island.

After picking up a loadout, it didn’t take long for the high-powered pistol to come in handy, as the Nuke Squad founder managed to escape several close quarters with it.

“Very well, the Deagle is quite good. He is very funny,” she said.

Throughout the video, the Warzone behemoth has a few gripes about the weapon, but at the end of the day its strength outshines its weaknesses.

Swagg doesn’t list his particular loadout for the weapon, but this was the standard build for the weapon when it saw a small spike in popularity towards the end of the game’s first year.

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.50 GS Desert Eagle Equipment

  • Barrel: FORGE TAC executor
  • Activation action: degree of coincidence
  • Magazine: 13 round magazines
  • rear grip: dotted grip tape
  • Perk: Trick

While it lacks the rate of fire of its competitors, it packs a punch and a large magazine, making it a solid choice for back-to-back fights.

Its biggest drawback is that it’s a semi-automatic weapon, which naturally makes it more efficient in the hands of better players who might not need as much forgiveness as something of the full-auto variety.

However, for anyone looking to take a break from the usual Owen Gun or Diamatti setup, even Swagg thinks this could be the option for the job.