So far, Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War submachine guns have proved to be powerful in Warzone. Ever since the integration between Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War and Warzone, they have been popular in both Verdansk and Rebirth Island. The Bullfrog is no exception as the base weapon already has high firepower, making it capable of dealing a considerable amount of damage. With the correct attachments, you can boost every aspect of the weapon. Ultimately, this will make your Bullfrog even more reliable in Warzone.
To begin, the Muzzle Brake 9 is a useful attachment as it improves your vertical recoil control. Pairing this with the Foregrip Underbarrel will better your horizontal control. This means that your accuracy will receive a boost, allowing you to lock onto the enemy. In addition, the 7.6” Rifled Barrel increases your effective damage range. Although the primary purpose of a submachine gun is close range gunfights, this attachment will allow you to confidently use the Bullfrog to take on gunfights at longer ranges.
Adding the Wire Stock to your class will increase your sprint to fire speed. Ultimately, this will improve your class in terms of mobility. To complete your Bullfrog class, the Spetsnaz Field Grip can be considered to be an important attachment. Using it will result in your aim down sight time being quicker and your flinch resistance will improve by 80%.
Could the Bullfrog make its way into the Warzone meta?
Already, the MP5 is one of the weapons that has proven to be a fan-favorite submachine gun. Partly, this is due to its dominance in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2019. However, there is no doubt that the Bullfrog will also pair perfectly with your primary weapon. With the developers rolling out regular updates, Call of Duty fans could expect a shake up with the meta in the future.