Best BAS-P loadout for Warzone 2

The new season of Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 / Warzone 2.0 brings a bunch of new weapons to play with.

Adaptations are going to be key, whether it’s engaging in close combat battles at Al Mazrah city or sniping from the Cemetery hilly areas, knowing your weapon and its potential could be game-changing.

Another feature in this update to Warzone 2 Battle Royale is the loadout drops. This feature allows you to use customized weapons in Battle Royale.

When it comes to close-range battles, the first type of weapon that should come to your mind are the SMGs. There’s a new addition to the SMGs, the BAS-P.

It’s a high fire-rate weapon that packs a lot of heat, as it’s also got a considerably high damage output, with very little to no recoil.

But to truly get the maximum out of the weapon, you’ve got to customize it by using attachments that you get once you level up the weapon. 

Let’s say you’ve got your hands on a bunch of its attachments and are looking to squeeze the most out of it. You’ve come to the right place.

In this article by Frondtech, we’ll guide you with the best BAS-P loadout you can make for Warzone 2.0 / MW2 (2022). Here’s what we’ve got:

Best BAS-P loadout for Warzone 2

Best BAS-P Loadout for Warzone 2

The BAS-P, as we’ve mentioned earlier, is an excellent choice for a weapon if it’s meant to be used for close-range combat. The high damage, paired with a high fire rate and little to no recoil, makes this gun highly underrated.

With the right attachments in play here, you can increase the range and damage, keeping the accuracy if not increasing it. With these attachments, we can guarantee that you’ll have a better experience with the weapon:

  • For the Barrel: 10.5” Bruen Typhon
  • For the Laser: VLK LZR 7MW
  • For the Magazine: The 50-round Drum
  • For the Rear Grip: D37 Grip
  • Finally, for the Underbarrel: FSS Sharkfin 90.
  • Lethal: Throwing Knife
  • Tactical: Claymore

Secondary Weapon

We highly recommend pairing the BAS-P with the Victus XMR, or any sniper rifle of your preference. The BAS-P will take care of close ranged combats and on the other hand, the Victus or any other choice you make, it’ll take care of long-range ones. This moves you a step further towards a perfect loadout.

The following perks are designed specifically to give the best experience while pairing the SMG with a Sniper Rifle.


Perk #1: Overkill – This perk allows you to carry two primary weapons, meaning you’ll be able to carry the BAS-P along with the sniper of your choice, we recommend the Victus XMR.

Perk #2: Scavenger – Running out of bullets in a fight can be very problematic, and as you’ll be carrying an SMG, the high fire rate can cause you to run outta bullets very often. To avoid the same, we recommend going for the Scavenger perk. You’ll basically be picking up bullets from eliminated enemies. Moreover, you’ve got 50 bullets in your mag, with that kinda fire-rate, they’ll last basically a couple of seconds. 

Perk #3: Focus – You’re a sniper. Following the same, your worst enemy would be the aim-down-sights movement or the instability of your weapon. To avoid the same and to make sure you have a higher chance to connect your shots, we recommend going for the Focus perk.

Perk #4: Ghost – This is a very crucial perk. This’ll allow you to not appear as a red dot on your opponents’ radar when they call for a UAV, on portable radars, and even heartbeat sensors, so this is highly recommended by us.

The best part is, that with these attachments you could engage enemies even at a bit of range. This won’t make the weapon medium-ranged like a rifle normally is, however you’ll likely get a similar range that’ll help you take down enemies with ease.

Moreover, you’ve paired up this piece of metal with a 50-round magazine, so no matter how many bullets you’ve gotta shoot, with that level of accuracy and low recoil, you’ll take enemies down with ease. 

That’s everything we had on the best BAS-P loadout that you can make in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2/ Warzone 2.0. For more such guides, stay tuned to Frondtech!

That’s all, folks!

Last Updated on November 21, 2022

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *