CoD AW IMR Assault Rifle Overview

The IMR is an interesting new weapon to the Call of Duty series found only in Advanced Warfare. In the campaign this gun is a fully-automatic assault rifle but, sadly, in multiplayer it’s a semi-auto. Don’t let that deter you from using it, though, it’s still a pretty decent gun. In MP the IMR features a medium damage, four-shot burst.

CoD AW IMR Assault Rifle
While the IMR doesn’t dish out a ton of damage it’s still a solid weapon. It usually takes 2 bursts to take down an enemy at close to medium range but, if all bullets strike the target, it can kill in a single burst at these distances. At long range you’ll definitely need 2 to 3 accurate bursts to take out your target. The gun has very low recoil, though, making it easy to nail a stationary enemy with all bullets of the burst.

IMR Stats

Damage Output: 20-25

Clip Size: 36 rounds (54 if using extended mags)

Available Attachments:

  • Red Dot Sight
  • Hybrid Sight
  • Auto Focus Sight
  • Target Enhancer
  • Thermal
  • ACOG Scope
  • Laser Sight
  • Foregrip
  • Stock
  • Tracker
  • Extended Mags
  • Suppressor
  • Parabolic Microphone
  • Quickdraw Grip
  • Grenade Launcher

The extended mags attachment and a decent sight are great for the IMR.

Available Variants:

  • Thunder Tusk (+3 accuracy, -1 handling, -8 rounds clip size)
  • Boar Strike (+2 range, +1 damage, -2 accuracy, -1 fire rate)
  • Heart Breaker (-1 damage, built-in parabolic mic)
  • Hushed (built-in suppressor, -1 handling)
  • Pillager (built-in laser sight, -1 range)
  • Impact (+1 damage, -1 range)
  • Hunted (+1 fire rate, -1 handling)
  • Defense (+1 handling, -1 mobility)
  • Lightweight (+1 mobility, -1 accuracy)
  • Feedback (+2 fire rate, -1 to both range and accuracy)

Variants can be acquired via supply drops or completing certain challenges.

Here’s a full review of the IMR assault rifle from YouTube user BiblicalReaper:

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