16 Jul 2021 10:41 AM +00:00

Uzi Warzone Loadout: Best Attachments, Setup And Class

The Uzi may not be everyone's first choice of weapon, but it can pack a hefty punch if you spend some time mastering the small yet incredibly powerful weapon. With Season 4 Reloaded underway, the SMG metagame in Warzone is arguably the most competitive it has ever been, with several weapons being viable options to use on the streets of Verdansk and Rebirth Island.

It's easy to see why the Uzi is overlooked but with a constant rate of fire and incredibly low recoil, players shouldn't be so quick to rule out using it as part of their loadouts.

With the right attachments equipped, the Uzi can dominate when up close and personal and even deal some solid damage at longer distances.

Find the best attachments to use in our guide.

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As mentioned above, the Uzi features a solid rate of fire alongside low recoil levels, making it the perfect weapon to dominate close-quarters gunfights.

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While some may be put off by the fire rate, its consistency makes it very easy to control at longer ranges, meaning it's one of the most versatile SMGs to use in the entire game.

So, what are the best attachments to equip?

Uzi Warzone Best Attachments

  • Monolithic Suppressor (Muzzle)
  • 16.5" Factory Carbine (Barrel)
  • 5mW Laser (Laser)
  • Merc Foregrip (Underbarrel)
  • 50 Round Mags (Ammunition)
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This set of attachments improve the range of the Uzi even further, enabling you to use it at longer ranges.

The choice of magazine minimises the need for reloading, giving you the chance to eliminate multiple opponents in quick succession without having to take cover and load in a fresh magazine.

Final Thoughts 

The Uzi is one of those weapons that no matter what you do, it's still a lively character - boasting a decent fire rate and a lot of recoil.

While it should never really be considered for long-range combat, the Uzi excels when up close and personal with the opposition. I recommend using the Uzi as a secondary - paired with a medium or long-range rifle to balance out the weaknesses.