Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II (2022)
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The following weapons appear in the video game Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II:
Desert Eagle Mark XIX
The Desert Eagle Mark XIX returns. The new model features Picatinny rails on the 12 o'clock and 6 o'clock positions, and has a two-tone finish that is basically the reverse of the Desert Eagle in the original Modern Warfare 2; the MW2 pistol had a chrome frame and trigger, while the MWII pistol has a chrome slide, barrel, and hammer.
Glock 17 MOS
The "X12" is a stylized Glock 17 MOS. It appears to be based on a 5th generation version, though it is depicted with two pins above the trigger like the Gen 3 and Gen 4 models (as opposed to one pin for the Gen 5). It was first seen equipped with a red dot sight in the reveal trailer, presumably (based on the first-person character model) in the hands of Kyle Garrick. Another Glock is later seen in Ghost's chest holster.
The Glock 18 appears as the "X13 Auto", and features its fire selector on the right side of the slide instead of the left, as well as sporting a tan finish. It has most visual features of the "X12", including the Gen 5 components, even though the real Glock 18 isn't known to exist in Gen 5. Of note, the "X12", "X13", and MW19's "X16" (Glock 21) feature the same relationship between their numbers as the real pistols (G17, G18, skip two, G21 / X12, X13, skip two, X16), which is almost certainly intentional. A carbine conversion kit resembling various designs like from CAA and Hera Arms is available for the X13, although with a AR-15 style T-handle in spite of the slide mounted ambi charging handles that are common on pistol convertion kits.
SIG-Sauer P220 Elite
The SIG-Sauer P220 Elite appears as the "Bruen .45". The decocker is actually used during the inspect animation and when reholstering the pistol.
The AR-57 appears as the "FSS Hurricane". It is depicted with traditional AR-15 style charging handle at the rear, whereas the real AR-57 has a right-side charging handle.
Shadow Company operatives are shown using FN P90s in the Dark Water gameplay video.
Heckler & Koch HK94A3
The "Lachmann Sub" is a Heckler & Koch HK94A3 chopped and converted to resemble an MP5A5. The giveaway is that, along with other guns in the "Lachmann Meer" platform (which is clearly supposed to represent the Heckler & Koch roller-delayed family of weapons), it lacks a paddle magazine release, leaving only the button release. The game's HK94 has a 3-round burst trigger group installed, as well as an MP5's barrel with attachment lugs. Curiously enough, the trigger group lacks a semi-auto position; accordingly, the weapon can be switched between full-auto and three-round burst during gameplay, but not semi-auto.
The "Lachmann Pulsar" barrel attachment gives it a short barrel approximating that of an MP5K. The "LM Cronus Grip" gives it the same PTR 9KT-style trigger group as the one seen on Modern Warfare’s MP5 blueprints, with the triangular parts still facing the wrong directions, but this time the selector markings are "S-3-F".
Heckler & Koch MP7A2
A heavily fictionalized Heckler & Koch MP7A2 appears as the "LMP".
The Gen I/Gen II hybrid KRISS Vector from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare returns as the "Fennec 45", still missing the piece that connects the pistol grip and the receiver, which is once again too small to accomodate the Super-V recoil dampening system the real Vector is known for. The in-game description notes that its use of subsonic ammo hides the death skulls that appear to the enemy team, and as it's not using any sort of "special" ammo type in-game this implies that all weapons using .45 ACP (which is inherently subsonic) will hide enemy death skulls.
The PP-19 Bizon-2 returns from Modern Warfare as the "K-Bloc". It still uses the earlier Bizon-1's 64-round helical magazine by default.
The PP-19-01 Vityaz appears as the "Zyklov 9".
A SIG-Sauer MPX is seen in the reveal trailer.
Benelli M4 Super 90
The Benelli M4 Super 90 appears as the "Expedite 12".
Browning Citori 725
The Browning Citori 725 returns as the "Lockwood 725".
What appears to be a Mossberg 590 appears as the "Bryson 800".
The AK-103 appears as the "Kastov 762".
The AK-105 appears as the "Kastov 545".
The AKS-74U appears as the "Kastov-74u", with rails at the bottom and on the right side of the handguard. It is specifically the AKS-74UN variant with a side-mounted bracket for attaching optics. For the first time in the Call of Duty series, it is correctly classified as an assault rifle as opposed to an SMG. It employs the "Iraqi reload" technique when reloading from empty.
The progression screen in the beta shows it with a polymer 7.62x39mm magazine, so an AKMSU conversion might be planned in the final release. A variant with Zenitco handguard and stock is available.
The FN SCAR-H.
The FN SCAR-L appears as the "TAQ-56".
Heckler & Koch HK91A2
A Heckler & Koch HK91A2 converted to full-auto appears as the "Lachmann-762". Like the other guns in the "Lachmann Meer" platform, it lacks a paddle magazine release, distinguishing it from the military G3.
Heckler & Koch HK93A2
By default, it has a shortened barrel and cocking tube (the length being between the HK33K and HK53). It can be modified with full-sized ones with the "LM Aurora 90 Barrel" attachment, or with an HK33K-esque barrel with the "Lach-12 Barrel".
A SIG themed AR-15 custom carbine with a 12" barrel appears as the "M4". The lower receiver is from a SIG 516/SIG M400 while the upper most closely resembles a Mega Arms GTR-3H. It has a Geissele SMR MK16-style handguard, a stylized Magpul CTR stock and a SIG charging handle. The front sight is stylized Midwest Industries flip up and the rear one is a hybrid between KAC micro rear, MaTech BUIS and base MP7 rear sight. The muzzle is KAC birdcage and the grip is A2. It feeds from stylized windowed PMAGs in spite of the previous game having a proper non-stylized model. According to pre-release materials, the in-game base M4-type carbine will be a base weapon with numerous variants included as part of an unlock tree in multiplayer.
The “14" Carbine Shroud Barrel” attachment gives it an AR carbine handguard/14.5" stepped barrel/AR front sight, essentially turning it into a pseudo-M4A1. The “Tempus High Tower 20" Barrel” attachment gives it a KAC M5 RAS/20" barrel/AR front sight, making it into a pseudo-M16A3 when combined with the "Demo Precision Elite Factory" stock. Pairing this barrel with an M203 automatically swaps the rail system for the classic M203 heatshield, previously its own separate attachment in MW19; this also happens on the game's M16, which features this barrel attachment by default.
Another M4 variant with an unidentified receiver, chambered in .458 SOCOM, appears as the "FTac Recon".
Soap is shown with the previous game's M14 rifle setup in the Sage-style chassis. It is still referred to as the "EBR-14".
The M16A3 (Colt Model 901) appears as the "M16". It fires in three-round bursts, meaning it is intended to pass for an M16A4, but the fire selector has the Safe/Semi/Auto markings of the A3 rather than the A4's Safe/Semi/Burst; more confusingly, the markings on the magwell claim it is an M16A2 lower receiver. It is fitted with a KAC M5 railed handguard and feeds from the same stylized windowed PMAGs used with the "M4". A properly functioning M16A3-style rifle can be achieved by modifying the "M4" mentioned above.
Mk 18 Mod 0
The "LX-97 Torque Barrel" attachment gives it an AR carbine handguard/10.5" barrel/AR front sight, effectively turning it into a Mk 18 Mod 0 when combined with one of the telescoping stock options (though it still fires in three-round bursts due to the faux M16A4 receiver).
The “14" Carbine Shroud Barrel” attachment gives it an AR carbine handguard/14.5" stepped barrel/AR front sight, turning it into an M4A1.
Marlin Model 336
The Marlin Model 336 appears as the "Lockwood Mk2". It is depicted as being chambered in the .45-70 Government cartridge, like the Marlin Model 1895 that previously appeared in Modern Warfare as the "MK2 Carbine", but this time the shape of the ejection port indicates that it is a Model 336.
Q Honey Badger
In the trailer, Ghost and Soap can be seen with Q Honey Badger-style compact carbines.
SIG-Sauer MCX VIRTUS
Price is seen with a SIG-Sauer MCX VIRTUS in the reveal trailer.
Steyr AUG A3
A Shadow Company operative can be seen with a Steyr AUG A3 towards the end of the reveal trailer.
Captain Price and Ghost are seen with ghillie camouflaged Barrett MRADs in August promotional materials.
Gepard GM6 Lynx
The Gepard GM6 Lynx appears as the "Signal 50".
Heckler & Koch SR9(TC)
The Heckler & Koch SR9(TC) appears as the "LM-S", under the marksman rifles class. It holds 10 rounds in a 5-round magazine by default.
A custom M24 SWS is seen held by Simon "Ghost" Riley in the reveal trailer. It uses the model of the "SP-R 208" from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare fitted with a modified version of the "XRK SP-LITE 208 Blitz" chassis, along with the "ZLR VeraTwist 9.6" barrel and an extended magazine.
Dillon Aero M134 Minigun
The handheld Dillon Aero M134 Minigun from Modern Warfare returns as the Juggernaut's primary weapon.
The Fightlite MCR appears in-game as the "556 Icarus".
Heckler & Koch HK21
The Heckler & Koch HK21 appears in-game as the "RAPP H". It has a stylized handguard and barrel, and incorrectly has the aforementioned PTR 9KT-style trigger group (this time with normal S-E-F markings), though it can be fitted with a more appropriate Navy trigger group with the "LMK64 Grip" attachment
IWI Negev NG7
The IWI Negev NG7 appears in-game as the "SAKIN MG38".
The RPK appears in the game.
SIG-Sauer MG 338
The SIG-Sauer MG 338 returns from Modern Warfare, again named the "RAAL MG".
The stylized FGM-148 Javelin returns as the "JOKR."
The LMT M203 grenade launcher is available as an underbarrel option, under the name "SPW 40mm".
The same Madbull XM203/ISTEC ISL-200 hybrid from Modern Warfare appears as the "TL40 Fire Drake".
The RPG-7 will again be featured as a standard rocket launcher in MWII .
The "PILA", an SA-25 with an SA-14 Gremlin's spherical battery coolant unit, returns from Modern Warfare with a different style of scope. It retains the ability to reload tubes, and dumbfire and lock on to ground vehicles
Model 7290 Flashbang Grenade
A heavily stylized M7 Spider mine is featured as the "Cluster Mine".
M230 Chain Gun
An AH-64D Apache is shown firing its M230 Chain Gun in the trailer.
The M240B machine gun appears as the Sentry Gun killstreak in multiplayer; one of the few instances of the Sentry Gun not being some kind of a minigun in the series. A stockless M240 is used in the RWS turret atop the Merkava style tank.
Some kind of minigun is mounted on the "Wheelson" UGV killstreak unlike the auto grenade launchers used on the wheelsons in Modern Warfare.