The old adage about "big things coming from small packages" rings incredibly true with this potent SMG.
Although its base stats may not make the MP7 look like a truly dominant submachine gun at surface level, when one takes into account its ridiculously quick rate of fire, easy to master recoil, and the sheer quantity of attachments that can be deployed, it suddenly stands out not only without its class, but within Warzone as a whole. The MP7 is a more than formidable choice for any player, and it undoubtedly becomes one of the strongest assets COD has to order in close-quarter combat.
- Muzzle – Monolithic Suppressor
- Barrel – FSS Recon
- Underbarrel – Merc Foregrip
- Ammunition – 60 Round Magazine
- Rear Grip – Stippled Grip Tape
Stating the importance of the Monolithic Suppressor feels almost redundant at this point, as its range/damage boosting properties make it a solid, no questions asked, kind of choice for an attachment. The FSS Recon further aids impact damage and bullet velocity, while the Merc Foregrip tampers down the inherent vertical recoil pattern the MP7 has. The 60 Round Magazine allows players to have more margin for error when it comes to missing shots, as reloads are needed less often. Stippled Grip Tape drastically improves ADS speed.
Firerate: Even among SMGs, the number and efficiency of rounds that can come from the MP7 stands arguably alone
Control: The recoil pattern of the MP7 is minimal and simple to learn and operate.
Damage Range: Like most SMGs, damage fall-off can be a real and costly problem. By having a secondary gun that excels from range, this can be mitigated.