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Despite being somewhat underrated, the Bullfrog is one of the best submachine guns in Call of Duty: Warzone Season 4. Since its introduction in Season 1, the Black Ops Cold War weapon has steadily moved up the SMG ranks. Its biggest selling point is a huge magazine, and its recommended loadout is centered around this.
Along with its immense magazine, the Bullfrog is equipped with a solid damage output, decent accuracy and a median fire rate that allows it to compete up close with other SMGs. Of course, all of these stats can be boosted with the correct attachments.
Best Bullfrog loadout in Warzone
There are a couple of ways to build out the Bullfrog in Warzone. It can be a great medium to long-range SMG, compared to other weapons in the class. Or, it can be improved to out slay any gun at close-range. While some players might opt for the former build, the latter is most common.
Submachine guns are really only needed at longer ranges if players are running it as a primary weapon. However, as with most SMGs, the Bullfrog is best served as a secondary weapon to a rifle. That said, the recommended loadout utilizes close-range attachments to ensure the Bullfrog can outgun anything under 10 meters.
- Muzzle: Gru Suppressor
- Barrel: 7.4″ Task Force
- Underbarrel: Spetsnaz Grip
- Ammunition: 65 Rnd
- Stock: KGB Skeletal Stock
For sheer damage range, the Task Force barrel and GRU Suppressor are in place. This allows the Bullfrog to maximize its damage up close and also gain some extra bullet velocity and recoil control. In regard to boosting mobility in close-range, the Skeletal Stock is the perfect attachment. It gives players a 30% increase in sprint-to-fire time.
Rounding out the loadout is the Spetsnaz Grip, which reduces recoil, as well as the 65 Rnd magazine. This will ensure players rarely have to reload this Bullfrog loadout so that they can keep reigning down bullets on enemies in Warzone.
Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 6+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.