Call of Duty Modern Warfare II Grenade Launcher M203

Call of Duty Modern Warfare II Grenade Launcher M203
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If you’ve been following the Call of Duty franchise for a while, you’d have a great idea of how fun and destructive explosive weapons can be. Such is the case with the M203 Grenade Launcher in Modern Warfare II. While landing shots with it can be quite hard, the ones that do connect can inflict a severe blow to the enemy, if not fatal. 

What Is The M203 Grenade Launcher In Modern Warfare II

The M203 Grenade Launcher has been around in the Call of Duty games for a while and is returning to Modern Warfare II. Breaking down its name into two, the Grenade Launcher half is pretty easy to understand. The other half, M203, is an attachment that can be equipped on different guns. So what does this attachment do?

The M203 Attachment

The M203 is an under-barrel attachment that when equipped on your Assault Rifle makes it a weapon of mass destruction. It allows you to switch back and forth between your Rifle and a Launcher that throws explosives, giving your enemies little to no breathing room.  

It’s also important to note that the M203 is also a single-shot attachment, which means that you can launch only one grenade before you need to reload it. 

M203 Statistics

The M203 is almost the same as it has been in the previous CoD games. Comparing it with CoD 4, the firing sound is a little different and does not take up a Tier 1 slot. The launcher can only be equipped on SP-R 208 and the MP7 SMG, where it will deal a maximum damage of 300-120 and 155-25, respectively. 

It has maximum ammo of 1+10 on the SP, and 1+1 on the MP, which is more than enough to annihilate your enemies, or make them abandon their positions for the very least.

Final Thoughts

While the M203 is an overpowered weapon, remember that it comes with its limitation. The launcher is single-shot and will need to be reloaded after firing every grenade, so make every shot count. You should also avoid using it as your primary weapon, and rather utilize it as an alternative to your primary weapon if your mag runs out in the middle of a gunfight. 

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