Swagg shows off overpowered akimbo Diamatti pistol loadout

Andrew Highton

In one of his most recent YouTube videos, Swagg has shown-off an insane akimbo Diamatti pistol loadout that absolutely wrecks the other people in his game, and he can’t praise it enough.

Swagg obviously takes big pride in his ability to use a solid akimbo loadout. He prefixes his video by pointing this out straight away and harking back to the early days of Warzone, “I was the guy with the dual-akimbo pistols man, the Snake Shots were definitely a thing, the Renettis were crazy.”

The Snake Shots were unbelievably overpowered in the early days of Infinity Ward’s Warzone and now a new loadout may be the dominant one to use to score wins.

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Swagg’s Akimbo Diamatti loadout

It just wouldn’t be a Call of Duty game unless a new gun or setup came along and trounced everything else on the market to become the new meta. But with such approval from Swagg and evidence of their dominating abilities, this may be the case for the Diamattis.

One notable comparison that Swagg makes for the case of the Diamatti is comparing them to the Rafficas from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. They help Swagg to achieve a 30+ kill game in Duo Squads, in Warzone.

During the course of the game, Swagg says: “Oh my god I love these pistols.” This is just after he’s been able to hit the 30 kill mark for the game and, with his partner, coming within touching distance of the world record as they hit over 70+ kills in the game!

The Diamattis have silencers attached to them, their rate of fire looks to be unstoppable, and they also possess the key ingredient that makes for a top loadout, accuracy.

Here’s all the attachments that Swagg uses:

  • Muzzle: Agency Suppressor
  • Barrel: 7.2″ Task Force
  • Laser: SWAT 5mw Laser Sight
  • Ammunition: Salvo 30 Rnd Fast Mag
  • Stock: Dual Wield

To see the full video of how incredible these akimbo Diamatti pistols perform, check it out below.

If the akimbo Diamattis continue to get exposure and more pros and casual players gravitate towards them, then it’s possible they will sadly receive the nerfing treatment in the future.

Image credits: infinity Ward, Swagg

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