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This is Mack, for Pixel Enemy, here with some Call of Duty: WWII action. While Sledgehammer Games has really refined the customization system, making it a little more limited than the previous Pick 10 way of doing things, it’s still possible to pimp your gun out with five attachments.
In fact, in Call of Duty: WWII, it’s a viable tactic that I use a lot, especially in the War mode.
You’ll need to combine the Infantry Division and Primed Basic Training perk to boost your attachment count up to five. The first is the rifle bayonet which is already equipped, and then you can choose four other attachments.
Note that this only works with the rifle as the bayonet won’t be equipped to any other weapon.
I’ll give a special shout-out to the Primed Basic Training perk, which not only allows for an additional primary weapon attachment, but also reduces flinch when hit by enemy fire. The flinch in this game is pretty damn severe, and so Primed is one of my go-tos.
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