Best 9mm Daemon Akimbo Build for Warzone 2 DMZ

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Best 9mm Daemon Akimbo Build for Warzone 2 DMZ
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Few things in Call of Duty are more fun and stylish than rocking Akimbo pistols. Sure, they usually aren’t the most practical, but you can unleash a world of hurt on your opponents if you get close. Akimbo pistols have dominated the Warzone meta in the past. You might have a rough time on Al Mazrah, but you can shred with dual pistols in close-quarters maps like Vondel or Ashika Island. Let me show you the best 9mm Daemon Akimbo build for Warzone 2 DMZ.

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Best 9mm Daemon Akimbo Build for Warzone 2 DMZ

We can’t make Akimbo guns as precise as if we only had one, but we can get close. These attachments prioritize Hipfire Accuracy, and we try to snag as many extra bonuses as possible.

9mm Daemon Akimbo Attachments

  • Rear Grip: 9MM Daemon Akimbo
  • Barrel: SA Longfire
  • Laser: XTEN Sidearm-L400
  • Trigger Action: Rapid 30 Trigger
  • Magazine: 26 Round Mag

The Rear Grip is mandatory as this swaps the weapon from single to Akimbo.

The SA Longfire Barrel is fantastic for us as it grants Hipfire Accuracy, Damage Range, and Bullet Velocity. This combination allows us to engage distant targets with more consistency.

Compared to our single 9MM Daemon build, our choice of laser changes for Akimbo. We want to maximize our Hipfire potential, and the XTEN Sidearm-L400 gives bonuses to both Hipfire Accuracy and Control. The XTEN laser is invisible to your opponents, too, which is a great perk. I usually don’t mind a visible laser, but it’s obvious when you’re flailing your arms while sprinting. 

We retain the Rapid 30 Trigger from the single pistol build, as it feels snappy when you spam the trigger, although we do lose a little Sprint to Fire speed.

Finally, the 26 Round Mags are mandatory in the Akimbo 9MM build. Nothing is worse than getting caught reloading, and you’re going to spend a ton of ammo with duel 9MM Daemons.

Should I use one 9mm Daemon or two?

There’s no denying the ridiculous damage output of the Akimbo 9MM Daemons, but the answer isn’t as simple as you may think. No matter how you build Akimbo pistols, they aren’t accurate and can require rapid trigger spam to secure kills. The lack of accuracy means players have to rely on mobility to close distance, which is a skill you can’t just learn overnight.

I prefer single guns over Akimbo because I like the consistency, but this is a personal preference. Both setups have their pros and cons. If you want maximum damage at the expense of control, Akimbo 9MM Daemons are savage. If you crave accuracy and want to knock enemy heads off, the single Pistol is the way to go. Try both builds out, as this secondary weapon works great either way. If you’re looking for Akimbo power but prefer something fully automatic, you can’t go wrong with the FTAC Siege. Check our full build guide if you’ve not tried it out.

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Anthony is a freelance writer for PC Invasion and has worked in the industry for three years. He's furiously competitive and is always looking for the next big multiplayer hit. Anthony thrives in high-stakes games like Escape From Tarkov and Sea of Thieves. He is also passionate about speedrunning and always looks forward to the next GDQ and ESA events. When he's not grinding leaderboards, Anthony enjoys visiting Arcades, retro gaming, and horror movies.