The Uzi is one of the strongest ground-loot weapons in Warzone with its high damage and range potential.
If you build your own, you’ll find yourself with one of the most versatile SMGs in the game. With a slow fire rate but high damage, this weapon will reward accurate shots.
Pair this weapon with a Sniper or Marksman Rifle to dominate at all ranges. It can be used to defend against enemies at close-medium range but is also useful for following up on Sniper shots to get the down.
Here are the best builds to maximize the Uzi’s potential in both Warzone and Modern Warfare’s multiplayer.
- Monolithic Suppressor
- 16.5″ Factory Carbine
- G.I. Mini Reflex
- Merc Foregrip
- 50 Round Mags
This Uzi is built to be a jack of all trades. If you’re looking for a purely close-range weapon, you’re better off using a shotgun or fast-firing SMG. However, if you’re running a Sniper Rifle as a primary weapon, you want a secondary that’s effective at close range but will also handle itself at slightly further ranges.
To do this, we’re going with the Monolithic Suppressor and the 16.5″ Factory Carbine barrel. The Monolithic Suppressor vastly increases the range potential as well as keeping you off the minimap. The 16.5″ Factory Carbine barrel isn’t the longest available, so it increases range potential and recoil control without the maximum penalty to speed.
To boost the weapon’s close-range effectiveness, the Merc Foregrip is the perfect addition. It boosts hip-fire accuracy, helping at the closest ranges, and also improves movement speed. A reduction in vertical recoil also helps at all ranges.
With armored players in Warzone, you’ll want to increase the mag size to 50 Rounds. This will allow you to take on multiple enemies without reloading, or quickly finish a kill to prevent a self-revive.
The iron sights on the Uzi are somewhat obstructive, so it’s worth adding a red dot sight for extra accuracy. If you feel comfortable with iron sights, however, consider using a 5mW Laser to increase hip-fire accuracy, boosting its close-range effectiveness further.
The Uzi is an extremely strong choice for multiplayer. Its benefits in Warzone are amplified in multiplayer’s constant action on smaller maps. This weapon can eliminate a player with two headshots so aim high for maximum damage potential.
This Uzi build maximizes its speed to keep up with faster SMGs while boosting its damage potential. The 13.1″ First Responder barrel and .41 AE 32-Round Mags both increase the weapons range and damage. These allow it to compete with both SMGs and Assault Rifles.
To speed it up, giving it a further edge, the Tac Laser and Merc Foregrip are applied. The Tac Laser vastly increases ADS time, allowing you to quickly snap on to targets. The Merc Foregrip increases mobility and hip-fire accuracy, improving its effectiveness at close range.
And finally, the Rubberized Grip Tape keeps the weapon tighter in hand, allowing for recoil control. With the Uzi’s slow fire rate, accuracy is vital to its success.
If you want a versatile, high damage SMG for your loadout in Warzone and multiplayer, the Uzi is an extremely strong choice.
‘More content’ coming to Modern Warfare as Season 6 ends
While November 23 marks the end of the Season 6 Battle Pass in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, fans have been wondering about new content for the title.
There has been no official news on what’s next in terms of content for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare after Warzone’s integration with Black Ops Cold War.
The confirmation we have so far is that Modern Warfare will receive a new progression system to match the new system in Black Ops Cold War starting on December 10. Fans can learn more about the Progression system in a detailed blog post.
Now, an Infinity Ward developer has confirmed on Twitter that there is more content planned for Modern Warfare. He says that he’s not aware of the ‘official name’ of the new content, but more is coming.
It’s not clear at this time what the new content will be for Modern Warfare. Modern Warfare continues to be a very popular Call of Duty game, selling over 30 million copies in its first year. Activision has not outlined future plans for the game itself.
Season 6’s Battle Pass officially ended in Modern Warfare & Warzone on November 23. The pass reset timer says 0seconds left.
Warzone will officially be tied to Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War’s system starting on December 10 with a new Classified Experience. Players playing Modern Warfare MP can continue to level up their overall player rank and access the Seasonal Prestige system. They can also contribute toward’s ranking up the Black Ops Cold War & Warzone Battle Pass, but content unlocked is only usable in Black Ops cold War & Warzone.
We’ll keep you updated as more information is announced.
How Modern Warfare progression will change after Season 6
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Season 6 of Modern Warfare ends on November 23, so what’s next for the title after integration with Black Ops Cold War?
Season 6 appears to be the final season of Modern Warfare. With the launch of Black Ops: Cold War, the focus has been shifted to the new title and Warzone.
It’s not the end of Modern Warfare, however. Season 6 ends on November 23. After that, fans will have to wait until December 10, when Modern Warfare and Warzone integrate with Black Ops Cold War.
This integration will bring a new progression system to the game. Read on to find out how the new progression system works and what’s next for Modern Warfare.
Modern Warfare progression
On December 10, progression will become unified between Black Ops Cold War, Modern Warfare, and Warzone. This means that you’ll now have one rank for all three titles. No matter which game you’re playing, you will rank up on all of them.
This new progression system combines Modern Warfare’s seasonal progression with the classic Prestige system. Every season, once you hit the maximum season level, you will begin your Prestige levels. Season levels will reset every Season, but your progress will resume from the highest Prestige you achieved in the previous Season.
Your current level on Modern Warfare will be scrapped once integration begins. Your Black Ops Cold War rank will now become your rank on Modern Warfare. As you play either Cold War, Warzone, or Modern Warfare, your rank will increase.
Future of Modern Warfare
usually, once a new Call of Duty launches, the population of the previous game begins to dwindle. The majority of players move onto the new game, and only a hardcore few remain on the previous title.
Unified progression might change this. With Warzone being the connecting mode between Modern Warfare and Black Ops Cold War, weapons from both titles can be used in Warzone.
Warzone is free-to-play and allows players to use weapons from both games, even if they don’t own them. Leveling up weapons and unlocking camos is much easier in multiplayer, so players may return to Modern Warfare’s multiplayer to get attachments for use in Warzone.
Although Black Ops Cold War has released, it’s certainly not the end for Modern Warfare.
Black Ops Cold War UK opening week sales lower than Modern Warfare
The first full week data from the UK on Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War sales are out, and the numbers are not as high as 2019’s sales.
The UK game charts, via GamesIndustry, reveals that Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War’s digital downloads were up 39% over Modern Warfare’s 2019 opening.
However, the game’s physical sales were down almost 64% compared to Modern Warfare.
The first week UK charts saw Assassins Creed Valhalla debut at #1 in terms of physical game sales. Some report that this is due to Black Ops Cold War’s digital purchase incentives, and that the game’s physical edition was not available in certain retailers.
Combining the digital and physical sales from launch week, Black Ops Cold War debuts at #1 in the UK charts. But the game’s overall sales didn’t match Modern Warfare’s opening week in the UK.
Data shows the game’s first week sales are down 16% compared to Modern Warfare. Modern Warfare is one of the best selling Call of Duty games of all time. The game’s opening weekend in October 2019 saw $600 million in revenue. The title has gone on to sold well over 30 million copies to date.
And it’s become clear that Warzone’s success could’ve impacted sales for the new titles. Warzone’s integration with Black Ops Cold War is set for December 10. It could be that after the integration, Activision will see higher premium upgrades from players interested in the entire game’s experience.
Activision has not released opening week data for Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War. The company only has said that the game’s day one digital sales were the ‘highest’ in franchise history.
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