The Bizon has appeared in Call of Duty titles in the past and has been a powerful SMG to use. Not to be confused with the Bullfrog, this well-balanced SMG has a high-capacity helical magazine and a strong rate of fire which makes it a popular choice amongst Warzone players.
With Season 4 Reloaded in full swing and with more changes to a number of weapons expected, you may find yourself gravitating towards using the Bizon as part of your loadout.
Here are the best attachments and setup for the Bizon in Modern Warfare and Warzone.
PP19 Bizon Warzone
While the Bullfrog often overshadows the Bizon in Warzone, it can still have a significant impact with the right combination of attachments equipped.
Here are the best Bizon Warzone attachments to use.
PP19 Bizon Warzone Best Attachments
- Monolithic Suppressor (Muzzle)
- 8.7" Polygonal (Barrel)
- 5mW Laser (Laser)
- 84 Round Helical Rounds (Ammunition)
- Stippled Grip Tape (Rear Grip)
This combination of attachments focuses on high levels of mobility alongside a lethal damage output in close-quarters scenarios.
The suppressor and barrel provide a slight increase in range while the laser improves sprint to fire time, enabling you to react quickly to any opposition in close proximity.
As always, a huge magazine is the key to success in Warzone. With 84 bullets in the magazine, you will rarely need to reload, allowing you to remain in the heat of battle for longer periods of time.
Is It Good?
Although it looks similar to the Bullfrog, the Bizon is nowhere near as good as its twin. It may have a huge magazine but the relatively low damage output means that the time to kill is much slower than other SMGs.
It's certainly an unorthodox choice when it comes to loadout selection, but there are many SMGs that outclass the Bizon in a number of areas.
It may be fun to use it for a few matches, but I would avoid using the Bizon when there are better options to select.