A classic remastered within the realm of Warzone, the Uzi is as effective and dangerous as submachine guns come.
As another incredibly well-known gun around the world, the purpose and place for the Uzi is unquestionable. Universally speaking, it is a submachine gun that spits rounds in volume and potency within a compact package. However, its efficiency and accuracy are the traits that truly need to be tested in regards to its presence in Warzone, both of which are far more than adequate in practice.
- Muzzle – Monolithic Suppressor
- Barrel – FSS Carbine Pro
- Laser – 5mW Laser
- Underbarrel – Merc Foregrip
- Ammunition – .41 AE 32-Round Mags
It is generally considered fact at this point within Warzone that the Monolithic Suppressor is the gold standard for muzzle attachments, extending range and damage as effectively as it silences rounds. The FSS Carbine Pro is critical in stabilizing shots in addition to further extending range. The 5mW Laser increases hip fire accuracy, a metric especially at a premium with any submachine gun, typically needed within close quarters when every round makes a difference. The Merc Foregrip is a strong asset in boosting mobility and ADS, and the .41 AE 32-Round Mags buff both stopping power and range.
Firerate: The calling card of any Uzi, the speed of rounds from Warzone’s iteration of the storied firearm do not disappoint.
Control: Where other SMGs struggle, the Uzi shines. For what some might refer to quick fire gun the Uzi maintains a great degree of control.
Damage Range: Like so many other submachine guns, the effective range is an offsetting con to a series of fantastic benefits. The utility of the Uzi is simply a matter of situation.