Create the Ultimate Weapon in Gunsmith Customs, Now Live in Modern Warfare®
Enter Gunsmith Customs: a way for you to further customize your weapon by borrowing attachments from multiple blueprint variants, ultimately creating a beautiful masterpiece of wood, steel, and hot lead.
Within Gunsmith Customs, you can swap the appearance of weapon attachments to feature elements from all of your unlocked blueprints.
The results are almost infinitely customizable blueprint hybrids which can be devastating in and out of combat.
Here’s How It Works
1. Gather Your Blueprints
Within the Weapons menu, scroll all the way down and select the Armory to preview all your blueprints. You can get more blueprints from the Store, Battle Pass system, or by completing missions and challenges.
Note you can only combine attachments from the blueprints of the same weapon. In other words, to create a blueprint hybrid of Assault Rifle Echo (shown above) you can only use blueprints from that specific assault rifle.
2. Head to the Gunsmith Bench
Then, go to the Edit Loadouts menu, select your loadout, and, after selecting a weapon, tab over to the right to enter the Gunsmith menu.
As per usual, you can customize your weapon. In addition, you’ll see the new Gunsmith Custom features once you select an individual attachment to equip.
3. Select the Attachments
After picking an attachment, a special icon next to it tells you whether you can customize its appearance (from your available blueprints). Select the icon to access all variants of that attachment from your weapon blueprints.
4. Customize Your Attachment
Once you select the icon, you’ll be able to customize the attachment. The above menu screen shows a drop down list of different appearances of that specific attachment from unlocked blueprints.
If you have a blueprint attachment unlocked, then you’ll be able to equip it across any version of the weapon. For example, if we haven’t unlocked the 5.45x30mm 30-Round Mags on Assault Rifle Hotel but do have a different blueprint weapon which includes that attachment, we’re able to equip it—albeit, with the appearance from that other blueprint.
Also, a quick note on tracer and high-explosive rounds: if you want to see these special effects, you’ll need to edit the base blueprint that has them.
For example, the Red Dwarf blueprint comes with red tracer rounds. If you want to use them, you must equip the Red Dwarf blueprint and edit the attachments on it, rather than directly edit the base weapon—Handgun Delta—or another blueprint and equip attachments from the Red Dwarf.
5. Finish and Name Your Blueprint Hybrid
Once you are happy with your creation, you can save this weapon as a Custom Mod and name it whatever you want.
Use these new Gunsmith Custom features and create the wackiest or coolest weapons you can.
We’ll see you online. Stay frosty.