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In a recent update on April 13, the developers at Raven Software decided to finally fix an issue with the PP19 Bizon SMG in Call of Duty: Warzone. Previously, this submachine gun had some problems with its damage, which made it unusable in Season 2. However, now that the issue has been remedied, players can take advantage of the PP19 Bizon’s new loadout in Warzone. While this loadout isn’t necessarily strong enough for the Season 2 meta, players won’t be at a huge disadvantage for using it.
The PP19 Bizon has been a popular weapon in Warzone at different times. Its strongest attribute is a giant magazine, which can carry dozens of additional bullets compared to other SMGs. The Bizon lost some steam when Black Ops Cold War introduced the Bullfrog, though. This led to a huge drop in usage for the Bizon. With this new update in Season 2, however, players can once again create a loadout for the PP19 Bizon.
The full loadout for the PP19 Bizon in Season 2 is viewable below.
Best PP19 Bizon loadout in Warzone
One of the negatives that hampers the PP19 Bizon from firmly entering the Season 2 meta is its fire rate. Compared to other SMGs, the Bizon has a slower fire rate that lowers its time-to-kill by slightly less than its competitors. Its loadout does feature attachments to increase its other stats, though.
- Barrel: 8.7″ Polygonal
- Laser: Tac Laser
- Optic: G.I. Mini Reflex
- Stock: No Stock
- Perk: Sleight of Hand
This loadout comes from Warzone expert, JGOD, who recently tested the gun after its buff. The loadout mainly boosts the Bizon’s mobility. The Tac Laser, No Stock and Sleight of Hand Perk all ensure that the Bizon can fly across the map without breaking a sweat. Also, the 8.7″ Polygonal barrel increases the SMG’s damage range to help with any medium-range engagements.
While players can use better guns in Season 2, this PP19 Bizon loadout is certainly viable in Warzone as it currently stands.
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.