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Best PP19 Bizon loadout for CoD: Warzone Season 4

Here is the best loadout you can use for Modern Warfare’s PP19 Bizon in Season 4 of Call of Duty: Warzone.

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PP19 Bizon in Warzone

Modern Warfare’s PP19 Bizon still packs a bit of a punch in Season 4 of Call of Duty: Warzone, so here are the attachments and perks that you can equip to make the best Warzone Bizon loadout.

Warzone Season 4 brought a variety of changes, including new weapons such as the C58 and MG 82. Various existing weapons have also received balancing updates, such as Modern Warfare’s PP19 Bizon.

This is one of the most mobile SMGs that you can use in the game. The Bizon stands out due to its large magazine and reasonable fire rate. In Season 4, it received buffs to both its maximum damage and extremities damage multiplier.

Here’s the best PP19 Bizon loadout that you can utilize in Warzone Season 4.

Best Warzone Bizon Loadout

Warzone PP19 Bizon attachments

Best Warzone Bizon Loadout attachments

  • Muzzle – Monolithic Suppressor
  • Barrel – 8.7″ Polygonal
  • Laser 5mW Laser
  • Ammunition – 84 Round Helical Rounds
  • Rear Grip – Stippled Grip Tape

We’ll start off this Warzone build with the Monolithic Suppressor, as it will further improve the Bizon’s damage range. Additionally, this attachment also provides sound suppression, so you can avoid compromising your position.

Next, we’ll equip the 8.7″ Polygonal as the barrel. This should serve you well by adding just a bit more range, as well as improving bullet velocity. Now, you’ll be much better prepared against foes at medium range.

Since the Bizon is an SMG, you’ll mostly fire it from the hip during close and medium-range combat situations. The 5mW Laser will provide you with boosts to both hip-fire accuracy and sprint-to-fire speed.

PP19 Bizon in Warzone

The barrel in this loadout will come at the cost of reduced ADS speed. We can make up for that with the Stippled Grip tape, In addition to providing faster ADS, it will also further boost your sprint-to-fire speed.

Finally, we’ll wrap up this loadout with the 84 Round Helical Rounds to ensure that you’ll have plenty of bullets.

Best perks to use with Warzone PP19 Bizon class

E.O.D, Ghost and Amped perks in warzone pp19 bizon loadout class
  • Perk 1 E.O.D.
  • Perk 2 Overkill then Ghost
  • Perk 3 – Amped

E.O.D will provide you with explosive resistance so that you can avoid immediate death from Grenades, C4, and Claymores. This will come in handy during close-range encounters where explosives are difficult to avoid.

We recommend starting your loadout with the Overkill Perk so that you can get two of your favorite weapons. Then, switch to Ghost during your second loadout drop so that you can hide from enemy UAVs and Heartbeat Sensors.

The Amped perk will allow you to switch between your primary and secondary weapons faster. This is great for situations when you pair the Bizon with a heavier weapon like a Sniper Rifle.

How to Unlock PP19 Bizon in Warzone

PP19 Bizon on display in Warzone

If you haven’t added this rifle to your inventory yet, you can do so by reaching Level 42 in Call of Duty: Warzone. Just hop into a few games, and you’ll soon be able to equip this automatic SMG before charging into battle.

You can further level up this weapon by using it frequently in different matches, so be sure to try it out as much as you can!

Best PP19 Bizon alternatives

If you’re looking for a great alternative to the PP19 Bizon, then you can try out the Bullfrog. This rapid-fire SMG boasts an impressive time-to-kill and is generally first to the punch.

If you’re looking for more great weapons, then you can check out some of this season’s best loadouts below.

Groza | M4A1 | Milano | AK-47 | SP-R 208

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How to get Warzone Phoenix Inferno blueprint

Warzone players love a good weapon blueprint, especially ones with as much detail as the latest Phoenix Inferno blueprint for the QBZ-83 Assault Rifle.

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For those Warzone players who like to acquire detailed, fun weapon blueprints, the latest Phoenix Inferno skin for the QBZ-83 is one of the more unique blueprints to be added to the battle royale. Here’s how to get it.

Warzone Season 4 is full of new updates and cosmetics for players to get their hands on, with new skins dropping every so often.

One of the latest skins has caught quite a buzz due to its great detail, the Warzone Phoenix Inferno, and if you want it, you’re going to have to fork out some CoD points.

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Warzone Phoenix Inferno

The Phoenix Inferno blueprint was released as part of the Bundle Tracer Pack: Firestorm Maxis Mastercraft, which contains not only the Phoenix Inferno but also a new Maxis skin, Handgun skin, and various other cosmetics.

The bundle containing the Warzone Phoenix Inferno blueprint costs 2400 CoD points which is a pretty hefty amount, but worth it if you’re looking to spend some leftover money or CoD points, you have lying around.

It remains to be seen how long this bundle will be in the in-game store for Call of Duty: Warzone and Black Ops Cold War, so players who would like to add the Warzone Phoenix Inferno blueprint to their collection will likely want to soon before it is taken out in the future.

Warzone Phoenix Inferno

The Warzone Phoenix Inferno features a Phoenix-themed skin with wings and an orange-looking gem on the round drum magazine also above the trigger.

Players can initiate a very entertaining animation where your character inserts a key into the Warzone Phoenix Inferno weapon and causes a burst of fire to come out of the side in an adrenaline-fueled display.

Mastercraft blueprints have been a very popular cosmetic item for Black Ops Cold War and Warzone players, even though the community has recently been calling for the developers to make a major change to them, so there are sure to be plenty of players rocking this new Warzone Phoenix Inferno blueprint for the QBZ-83 Assault Rifle.

For more Warzone, check out how FaZe Swagg created the classic Modern Warfare 2 ACR in the Call of Duty battle royale, and stay tuned for future news and guides.

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Are Warzone servers down? Current Server Status

Are the Warzone servers down? That is what many players ask when they can not connect to the game, so we have the current server status covered for you.

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Are Warzone Servers Down

It is always frustrating when players cannot connect to the servers of Warzone and play when they want to. This often leads to players wondering about the current server status for the battle royale game and whether or not the Warzone servers are down.

Call of Duty: Warzone has become one of the most popular multiplayer games in the world following its release in 2020, as an extremely large amount of players have jumped into its adrenaline-fueled action to acquire impressive kill counts and wins.

With a very large playerbase, it is not surprising when players get frustrated when the Warzone servers go down, and they are not able to connect to the Call of Duty battle royale game. This frustration often leads to players searching for the game’s current server status and seeing if all of the Warzone servers are down or running as they should.

With this in mind, we have gathered everything you need to know to see the current server status of Warzone.

Are Warzone servers down

Are Warzone servers down?

According to the official online service status website for the Call of Duty franchise, the servers for the battle royale game are not currently down and are working as intended.

This website keeps a constant update of the online services for the high-profile first-person shooter series. It will be updated and alert community members who visit it whenever there is an issue, such as the Warzone servers being down.

Another resource that players can use to check the current server status of the game is the official Activision Support Twitter account. This Twitter account will post updates regarding current problems with games like Warzone when they arise, such as server outages.

The Activision Support Twitter account will also post updates on the progress on fixing these issues and when they are officially resolved, so keeping an eye on this Twitter account can help you know if any problems are currently happening with the title.

We will continue to update this article with the current server status of Warzone whenever issues arise and are resolved.

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Warzone players call for boycott over Blizzard lawsuit and hacking problems

Due to the Blizzard lawsuit and endless hacking, Warzone, and other Call of Duty players, are calling for a boycott of Store purchases.

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Warzone players are encouraging all Call of Duty gamers to boycott the purchase of skins and bundles from the store in response to the recent Activision Blizzard lawsuit and constant Warzone hacking.

It’s been an unsettling time for Call of Duty and its respective titles – Warzone, Black Ops Cold War, CoD: Mobile, and Modern Warfare. The ongoing Activision Blizzard lawsuit has impacted the franchise, and fans are calling for fellow players to stop buying goods from the CoD store in protest.

This includes everything from skins to Operator Bundles to even the Seasonal Battle Pass. Warzone players are citing the lawsuit, “empty updates,” and hackers as the driving force behind this movement.

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The lawsuit is dealing directly with an “alleged toxic workplace,” and has even lead to a full walkout by employees in response to the unfortunate situation.

Added to this is the purported series of empty updates “full of microtransactions in order to milk the players,” and the ever-increasing threat of hackers, and players have seemingly had enough.

Reddit user Jaszs has lead the charge by saying: “I’m writing this as someone who has played every. single. COD since COD2, and WZ since day 1 until yesterday, and also a former Blizzard fan. Yes, I know it may sound bad, but based on what’s going on (sexual harassment lawsuit, suppressing and abusive treatment of their employees…) I really think those guys don’t deserve anything from us, their customers.

“You can even keep playing the game if you want (there are some cool alternatives though; if you need some just ask in the comments!), just don’t spend any money in their store. In any case, you should also remember that they are the same guys that are releasing empty updates full of microtransactions in order to milk the players, releasing over and over the same game and not giving a single f*ck about the increasing number of hackers.”

The very passionate statement received over 300 comments and counting, and it’s universally in favor of boycotting Activision’s Store ahead of the Warzone Season 5 launch.

Given that there are many responses, here are a selection of replies:

  • “I’ve got 900 COD points and level 90 on the battle pass. Not spending a penny more on this game. They don’t respect their employees, they don’t respect the players (anti-cheat lmao) they aren’t getting anymore of my money.”
  • “Once all this sh*t came to light, my entire friend group collectively uninstalled the game and swore off of it for good. We were already mad at the game for being poorly managed with hackers and constant glitches/crashes. I suppose this was the lead straw that broke the metaphorical camel’s back.”
  • “Based on the way they’ve handled cheating, the CW integration, and the general state of the game in the last year, I’m shocked than any of you have been buying cosmetic items from them. Do you realize what kind of message you’re sending by making the worst CoD their highest-earning one?”

At the time of writing, the post has nearly 1.8K upvotes and rising. Given the player count of Warzone far exceeds this, it’s hard to imagine this boycott would do too much damage.

Conversely, Producer at Sledgehammer Games Alayna Cole has Tweeted an important message concerning the circumstances.

Boycotting the Activision store will have an obvious knock-on effect in terms of sales revenue, and would ultimately disrupt the salaries and jobs of many employees who are not involved in this lawsuit.

It’s a hard position for all involved and for players who engage in Call of Duty games. The lawsuit is still long ongoing, and we’ll continue to update you at Charlie INTEL with any breaking developments.

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