Destiny 2 Multimach CCX: God Rolls & How to get it

by | Mar 30, 2024

As The Final Shape’s release date looms closer, we seem to be consistently getting a wider variety of returning fan-favorite weapons. While many of these are tied to the upcoming Into the Light update, others are extremely overlooked as a result of the immeasurable hype surrounding upcoming content.

Today, we’ll be talking about one of these forgotten favorites that was arguably the best SMG in the game for seasons on end: Multimach CCX.


How to get the Multimach CCX

Multimach CCX is an Iron Banner weapon that returned to the loot pool with Update 7.3.5 in March. It, in addition to the new Tusk of the Boar grenade launcher and all other current Iron Banner weapons, will be available during all upcoming Iron Banner events. Before The Final Shape launches, you’ll have two chances to receive these weapons:

  • The week of April 2
  • The week of April 30

To obtain Multimach CCX specifically, you’ll need to play matches in the Iron Banner playlist. If you don’t get lucky enough to have one drop randomly, you can always use engrams at Lord Saladin in The Tower to receive guaranteed copies.

You can find all of our D2 God Rolls here.

How good is Multimach CCX

Multimach CCX was arguably the best submachine gun in the game for a short period last year. Does this new version hold up?

The short answer: yes, most definitely! In PvE, Multimach brings a host of potent perks that allow it to excel even without the presence of an elemental affinity. While it’s unlikely to replace any of your personal favorites, it offers an easy transition toward weapons that don’t directly facilitate builds but are instead geared toward raw power.

As for The Crucible, Multimach CCX is slightly less potent than it once was due to a recent nerf to Target Lock. However, the weapon continues to offer competitive stats and perks that allow it to push the envelope and have a cemented position in the current meta.

Multimach CCX is an A-Tier pick in both PvE and PvP.

A-tier for PvE A-tier for PvP

Best alternatives:

Multimach CCX God Rolls and Perk Pool

The Multimach CCX submachine gun can roll with the following perks:

  • Perk 1: Attrition Orbs, Dynamic Sway Reduction, Iron Gaze, Rangefinder, Moving Target, Under-Over
  • Perk 2: Frenzy, Iron Reach, Kill Clip, Kinetic Tremors, Tap the Trigger, Target Lock
  • Origin Trait: Skulking Wolf, Field-Tested
Multimach CCX God rolls Screen Destiny 2

Multimach CCX God rolls, Destiny 2

Multimach CCX PvE god roll

  • Barrel: Corkscrew Rifling
  • Magazine: Flared Magwell
  • Perk 1: Attrition Orbs (also good: Under-Over)
  • Perk 2: Frenzy or Kinetic Tremors
  • Masterwork: Range

We’ll begin building Multimach CCX for PvE with Corkscrew Rifling, Flared Magwell, and a range masterwork for an even split of stats. Attrition Orbs is our general choice for column one because of its ability to combine with Armor Charge builds; however, Under-Over is an outstanding choice if you instead plan on using it to counter Champions in high-difficulty activities.

As for the final column, Frenzy’s wide range of added stats makes it an outstanding pairing with either of the perks we mentioned for column one. If you’re comfortable without a potent buff to reload speed, Kinetic Tremors is an equally powerful pick for the same reason.

Multimach CCX PvP god roll

  • Barrel: Hammer-Forged Rifling
  • Magazine: Accurized Rounds
  • Perk 1: Dynamic Sway Reduction (also good: Moving Target)
  • Perk 2: Kill Clip (also good: Tap the Trigger)
  • Masterwork: Range

As we said earlier, Multimach CCX isn’t nearly as potent as it once was in The Crucible. That said, there are a wide range of ways to make the weapon worth using.

We’ll begin by opting for an extremely high range stat with Hammer-Forged Rifling, Accurized Rounds, and a range masterwork. Dynamic Sway Reduction and Moving Target are both outstanding in column one due to their passive stat buffs—which one you choose to seek is an entirely personal preference.

Kill Clip attempts to mimic what we once had with Target Lock, which is why it’s our first choice for the final column. However, combinations of two consistency perks on SMGs have become popular over the past few months, meaning Tap the Trigger is equally potent.

Before you go…

Interested in more top-tier Iron Banner weapons? You should definitely check out these Lethal Abundance God Rolls.

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Andrew Sideris
Andrew Sideris
With my over seven years of game knowledge, six months of writing experience for, and hundreds of Blueberries already guided through endgame content, I hope to allow newcomers to have the same great introduction I had all those years ago. You can find Andrew on Twitter.
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