How to get the Akimbo FTAC Siege Attachment in MW2, Warzone 2, and DMZ
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How to get the Akimbo FTAC Siege Attachment in MW2, Warzone 2, and DMZ

Now you can dual-wield this monster sidearm!

The FTAC Siege is a monstrously powerful secondary weapon. It does decent damage, has a ridiculous rate of fire, and, best of all, you can slap on a 72-round magazine. If that’s still not enough firepower for you, the FTAC Siege can now be used Akimbo style, and yes, it’s as ludicrous as it sounds. It’s too early to say for sure, but the Akimbo FTAC Siege is already shaping up to be a close-range meta contender. In short, you need it. This is how to get the Akimbo FTAC Siege Attachment in MW2, Warzone 2, and DMZ.

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If you’re not a fan of the Akimbo Attachment, a single FTAC Siege is still fantastic. If you’ve not made one yet, check out our full build guide.

How to get the Akimbo FTAC Siege Attachment in MW2, Warzone 2, and DMZ

To get the Akimbo Attachment for the FTAC Siege, you need to score 25 Hipfire kills with the weapon. Once you have the required kills, you can select Akimbo from the Rear Grip modifications. Akimbo will likely free up a couple of Attachment slots for you, as you cannot use an Underbarrel or Stock if you’re duel-wielding. A single FTAC Siege is far easier to control as we can’t put any attachments on to tame the wild Akimbo recoil. Still, if you catch your opponents close range, you’ll delete them in a split second.

As with most unlock requirements, 25 Hipfire Kills with the FTAC Siege is much easier if you have MW2. You can complete this task on Shooting Range or Shipment in a couple of games. At the time of writing, neither of those maps has their exclusive playlist up. I used the Showdown 24/7 playlist and was able to get the required kills in a single Domination match. Quick Play also works, although it may be harder to score kills on the larger maps. Any attachments will work, but a Lazer is a good choice, and the 72-round magazine will make this task much easier.

How do I unlock the Akimbo FTAC Siege if I don’t own MW2?

How to get the Akimbo FTAC Siege Attachment in MW2, Warzone 2, and DMZ

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Even though it’s easier to unlock the Akimbo Attachment in MW2, it’s also quite doable in Warzone 2. The only difference is it will take a little longer. The best game mode for this is Plunder, as you can start with the FTAC Siege, and you respawn if you die. Warzone lobbies are sweaty at the best of times, so catching your opponents off guard is essential for scoring those Hipfire Kills. Remember, most players will be using Assault Rifles and SMGs, so I recommend using the Riot Shield as your Primary Weapon.

It sounds ratty, but camping near drop zones is a great way to catch your opponents. They’ll be busy depositing their cash, and the Helicopter sound will mask your approach. If that’s too scummy for you, dropping into named locations is a surefire way to get into combat fast. The only issue is you’ll usually be outgunned, so only take fights where you have the advantage.


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