PlayerUnkown’s Battlegrounds’ latest update in December 2019 introduced the Vikendi snow map, which has taken the world by storm due to its visuals and unique gameplay mechanics. Despite the map being 6 km X 6 km, Vikendi offers tonnes of SMGs over snipers, DMRs and the assault rifles, which are ideal in close-quarter combat situations.
UMP9 is highly customisable and could house four attachments; find below the best combination you need to survive longer with the UMP9, especially in Vikendi.
One such SMG that is found in abundance on this new PUBG Map is the UMP9, which chambers 9mm ammo in 30-round magazines. The weapon, with a 400 m/s initial bullet speed deals 39 base damage, only second to the Tommy Gun.
Muzzle – Suppressor
The UMP9 already offers low recoil and having a compensator does not offer huge benefits. Hence, always use a suppressor as a muzzle attachment as it gives the players an extra second or so during combat situations before the opponent discovers the firing line.
Lower Rail – Half Grip
Half Grip on the lower rail reduces the weapon recoil and spread, giving the players supreme accuracy, making it a must over other grip attachments on this SMG.
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Sights – Red Dot Sight or Holographic Sight
SMGs, generally, are not good for medium and long-range combat situations, making any scope greater than 2x virtually unproductive. With a high bullet drop, players must focus on getting close to their opponents before firing the first shot. In these situations, having the Red Dot Sight or the Holographic Sight is the best choice, for it allows the players to scope at a very rapid pace.
Magazines – Extended Quick Draw Mag
Having an Extended Quick Draw Mag as an attachment for the UMP9 is a no-brainer as it combines the best of both worlds, providing players with a larger magazine size along with a quicker reload time.
With this attachment, the gun now houses 40-round magazines.