Best Warzone 2 FSS Hurricane loadout in Modern Warfare 2

Warzone 2 FFS Hurricane build loadout
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The best Warzone 2 FSS Hurricane loadouts and builds, as well as those for Modern Warfare 2, tend to focus on its versatile, accurate nature and surprisingly good range. In many ways the FFS Hurricane, despite being an SMG, can double a little as an Assault Rifle - and the best builds focus on those strengths. With tight bullet grouping and good recoil control, the FSS ultimately excels at range when used in bursts, and can go all-out at close range.

You'll need to level up the M4 assault rifle path some way to access the FSS Hurricane but once you do you'll soon realise why it forms some of the best Modern Warfare 2 loadouts. It's absolutely one of the best Warzone 2 and Modern Warfare 2 guns so let's take a look at how to unlock the weapon, and what attachments will give you the best FSS Hurricane loadouts in Warzone 2.

Best Warzone 2 FSS Hurricane loadouts in Modern Warfare 2

The best FSS Hurricane loadout, from our experience, includes the following attachments:

  • Optic: Cronen Mini Pro
  • Muzzle: AVR-T90 Comp
  • Barrel: FSS Cannonade 16"
  • Underbarrel: Cronen Grooveshot Grip
  • Stock: Assault-60 Stock Factory

Warzone 2 FFS Hurricane build loadout

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While the best Vaznev-9K loadout in Modern Warfare 2 arguably makes for the best all-round SMG in the game right now, if you can get your FSS Hurricane together with these Gunsmith attachments, it becomes a viable alternative. It's a fast and snappy weapon that'll make short work of individual enemies; and if you want to rocket through the Modern Warfare 2 mastery camo challenges, this build is perfect for that. 

It's that balance between aimed shots and reactive hip-firing that help define the FSS Hurricane, making it a weapon that is both capable of going against an Assault Rifle at range and lethal for taking down enemies who swing around corners at speed. 

Best Warzone 2 FSS Hurricane class build in Modern Warfare 2

  • Field Upgrade: Dead Silence 
  • Lethal: Drill Charge
  • Tactical: Flash Grenade
  • Base Perk 1: Battle Hardened
  • Base Perk 2: Scavenger
  • Bonus Perk: Hardline
  • Ultimate Perk: Quick Fix

When it comes to Warzone, an SMG might not be the best choice due to the massive variation in range seen in Al Mazrah, but that doesn't mean you can't effectively lock down buildings and other close-quarters areas with this loadout. For the Perk Package, I suggest the Specter Package for a stealthier, run-and-gun loadout. Alternatively, if you want to fill in the FSS Hurricane's range gaps with a Marksman or Sniper Rifle, you'll need the benefits of Overkill from the Weapon Specialist Package.

If you're running the FSS Hurricane in multiplayer for fast play, the Hardline Perk reducing Killstreak cost by one kill is great to have if you're trying to hit enemies with quick impactful blows. Pair this up with Quick Fix, to begin health regen after a kill, and Scavenger to ensure you have ammo after your first set of kills. While you could pair the FSS Hurricane up with a fantastic Marksman Rifle, it's probably best to avoid the Overkill perk and instead pair it with our best P890 loadout in Modern Warfare 2 for a reliable sidearm.

How to unlock the Warzone 2 FSS Hurricane in Modern Warfare 2

The FSS Hurricane is part of the M4 Platform, so you will need to spend some time with other Assault Rifles to unlock it. Try out some of the best M4 loadouts in Warzone 2 and level the AR to 20. That will unlock the FTAC Recon which you'll then need to level up to 16 (now's the time to use any Modern Warfare 2 double XP tokens you might have). That will finally earn you the FSS Hurricane. As for as unlocking its attachments, you should have everything you need by level 12. 

Josh West
UK Managing Editor, GamesRadar+

Josh West is the UK Managing Editor of GamesRadar+. He has over 10 years experience in online and print journalism, and holds a BA (Hons) in Journalism and Feature Writing. Prior to starting his current position, Josh has served as GR+'s Features Editor and Deputy Editor of games™ magazine, and has freelanced for numerous publications including 3D Artist, Edge magazine, iCreate, Metal Hammer, Play, Retro Gamer, and SFX. Additionally, he has appeared on the BBC and ITV to provide expert comment, written for Scholastic books, edited a book for Hachette, and worked as the Assistant Producer of the Future Games Show. In his spare time, Josh likes to play bass guitar and video games. Years ago, he was in a few movies and TV shows that you've definitely seen but will never be able to spot him in.

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