FaZe Swagg reveals how to create the classic MW2 ACR in Warzone
Modern Warfare 2’s ACR is one of the most popular and remembered weapons in Call of Duty history, and FaZe’s Kris ‘Swagg’ Lamberson has revealed how to build it in Warzone.
Modern Warfare 2 featured some of Call of Duty’s most popular weapons. The Model 1887, Intervention, and UMP45 will always be remembered by the CoD community. However, there’s one weapon that is perhaps remembered above all the others – the ACR.
This laser beam of an Assault Rifle quickly became a fan favorite, and ahead of every Modern Warfare (2019) season, fans hoped for the ACR’s arrival. It never came, but through the gunsmith system, you can actually turn the Kilo 141 into MW2’s classic ACR.
Modern Warfare and Warzone’s Gunsmith system features the most detailed create-a-class that Call of Duty has ever seen. Through the system, you can completely modify weapons, almost turning them into another weapon entirely.
The M4A1 can become a burst-fire M16A4 and the Holger-26 can even become the classic G36. FaZe clan member and top Warzone streamer Swagg has demonstrated how to convert the Kilo 141 into MW2’s classic ACR.
Swagg has previously tried to create ACRs out of the Kilo because of their striking resemblance, but he’s now found the ultimate conversion from YouTuber Navvix. With the right attachments, it becomes almost identical to the classic ACR.
FaZe Swagg’s Warzone ACR
- Muzzle: Compensator
- Barrel: Singuard Arms 19.8″ Prowler
- Stock: Singuard Arms Sniper Pro
- Underbarrel: Commando Foregrip
- Rear Grip: Rubberized Grip Tape
Because this is a Kilo 141, it boats the accuracy that made the classic ACR so popular. Also, its general shape, especially thanks to the Singuard Arms 19.8″ Prowler and Sniper Pro stock, closely resembles the classic ACR.
Now, this ACR conversion is far from Warzone’s meta, but if you’re looking for a break from the battle royale grind, take this ACR into either Rebirth Island or the new Payload mode for some off-meta nostalgia.
Image Credit: FaZe Swagg / Infinity Ward