The RAPP H is not the easiest weapon to use, but thanks to it's incredibly fast rate-of-fire it has an insane TTK. Hence, we've seen pros like Teep starting to use it more and more. You can find the best RAPP H loadout below.
LMGs are far better in Warzone 2 because the game is naturally slower, and they no longer have to compete with ARs that can beam people at 70 m. Now, you've probably already seen the RPK and RAAL getting a lot of attention, and they are both very strong, but we think there's a sleeper meta-LMG that isn't getting enough love: the RAPP H.
The RAPP H is not a weapon for all skill-levels, and you need to be able to control the recoil to use it effectively, but if you're able to do so then you can delete people. You'll find the best loadout for the RAPP H below, including attachments, unlock paths, and tunings.
- If you try the RAPP H, and it's not for you, pick one of the other best weapons in Warzone 2.
The Best Attachment Setup For The RAPP H In Warzone 2
|Unlock Requirements||Attachment Tuning|
|Muzzle||ZLR Talon 5||TAQ-56 to Level 20 → TAQ-M to Level 22||Recoil Smoothness (+1.00 oz) / Bullet Velocity (+0.70 in)|
FSS OLE-V Laser
|EBR-14 to Level 10||Default|
|Optic||Slimline Pro||Lachmann-762 to Level 13 → Lachmann-556 to Level 12 → Lachmann Sub to Level 11||Default|
|Lachmann-762 to Level 11|
Recoil Steadiness (+0.75 oz) / Aiming Idle Stability (0.35 in)
|Underbarrel||FTAC Ripper 56||Lachmann-762 to Level 6||Recoil Stabilization (+0.60 oz) / Aiming Idle Stability (+0.30 in)|
This is our favorite build for mid-range. With these attachments you get the most efficient tradeoffs for increased recoil control and damage range, with the laser added to buy ourselves increased handling speeds.
However, if you don't like exposing yourself by running lasers, then we recommend dropping it for a barrel that provides even more damage range. This will noticeably slow you down, though.
- If you need any of these attachments, the easiest way to level weapons is via Modern Warfare 2.
The Best Loadout For The RAPP H: Secondary, Perks & Equipment
Akimbo weapons never work in CoD. Either they're useless or they're broken, but the devs insist on including them in every game still. At least for now, the P890s fall into the broken category.
If you have good trigger fingers, the TTK on akimbo P890s is absurd. And thanks to solid hip-fire accuracy, you can use the P890s out to a much farther range than you might suspect.
- You can find a complete overview of the best sidearms in MW2 here.
Perks (Base, Bonus & Ultimate)
Yes, yes, we all hate Perk Packages, but they're here to stay, and for this build we chose the Specter Package:
|Perk Package||Specter Package|
Double Time / Tracker
The Specter gives us Ghost, which is clutch against UAVs, so it seemed like the obvious choice. And alongside Ghost we get Double Time and Tracker, which are both excellent as well. Spotter isn't great, but we can live with it.
Equipment (Lethal & Tactical)
We hate to be boring, but these are just great choices right now:
Semtex can be used against vehicles and infantry, and it can be used to thirst your downs. While Flash Grenades are broken in Warzone 2 right now and have a massive radius.
And there you have it, your complete guide to the RAPP H. This is a great LMG and worth investing your time into levelling, but if it's just too difficult to use effectively then perhaps try the Lachmann 556 instead.
LMGs are great in the DMZ:
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