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Brink is a 2011 first person shooter developed by Splash Damage and published by Bethesda Softworks where the Resistance and Security factions fight for control of the floating city Ark over a post-apocalyptic Earth. Very basic player customization is included, offering three body options that have gameplay effects (light, medium, heavy; all player characters are male) with a small array of cosmetic face and clothing options to pick from. In 2017 the base game was released for free in response to player counts having dwindled to less than 50.
The following weapons appear in the video game Brink:
Fictional 1911-type Pistol
One of the five default pistols available in-game is a fictionalized 1911-type pistol known in-game as the "Kalt". Because Brink allows the player to customize their character with three different body builds (light, medium, and heavy), it also defines the amount of health and agility tthe character has, as well as what kind of weaponry they can carry. Pistols are always available as a secondary weapon for all builds, so any player can equip it if they choose. The two factions in Brink, Resistance and Security, also all have their guns customized to differentiate them, the Kalt being one of those examples. A Resistance-owned Kalt has a dark-gray finish, and black grips with white tribal art on them, while a Security Kalt has a cleaner silver finish, and pearl white grips. In-game, the Kalt carries a 12 round magazine, or 18 if it is customized with an extended magazine. Full customization of the pistol includes "modified iron sights", which disables the peripheral zoom with the default sights, a red dot sight, an EOTech holographic sight, an ACOG scope, a silencer, a muzzle brake that increases the gun's stability, a speed holster (for faster draw time), an extended magazine, and a rapid-fire modification.
The Bul Cherokee appears as the "Tokmak". On a another note, its name is a combo of the Tokarev TT-33 and the Makarov PM (TOKarev/MAKarov). The Resistance Tokmak has a worn red-orange paint job and scratches on the gun, while the Security Tokmak has a full blue color with no damage. Like the Kalt, the Tokmak shares all the same customization options, as do a large majority of the game's weapons. The Tokmak's default mag capacity is 18, which can be increased to 27 with the extended magazine.
Jericho 941 Compact
One of the fictional pistols in Brink, the Sea Eagle, bears a design similar to that of a Jericho 941 Compact. The name Sea Eagle is supposed to be an obvious reference to the IMI Desert Eagle series, of which the gun's behavior resembles; high power and recoil. The Resistance Sea Eagle has an ornate graffiti paint job with the standard damage and wearing seen on all of their weapons, while the Security version has a bluish-silver design with white details. The gun also features a non-functional combination laser-sight and flashlight, which is removed when the gun is customized with any sight besides for the iron sights.
The MP-412 REX only appears if you pre-order the game, it is called the "Caesar Revolver".
The VBR-Belgium PDW machine pistol appears as the Belgo MP.
SRM Arms Model 1208
The SRM Arms Model 1208 rotary shotgun appears as the "Hjammerdeim Shotgun".
A Resistance fighter can be seen using a fictional shotgun called the "Mossington" Shotgun (which is clearly an amalgamation of "Mossberg" and "Remington"). The shotgun is too far removed from any real-world design, but bears an aesthetic similarity to the Benelli M4 Super 90 and FN Tactical Police. The few modifications available are the 3 Red Dot Sights available, suppressor, and speed equip sling
Heckler & Koch UMP45
The Heckler & Koch UMP45 is called the "Galactic SMG" ingame. This is a play on its name, as UMP translated into English is Universal Submachine Gun, or shortened to Universal SMG. It can be outfitted with an ACOG Scope, EOTech Holosight, various muzzle brakes and a suppressor, high-capacity magazine, drum magazine, and "jungle-taped" magazines.
Heckler & Koch MP7A1
The Heckler & Koch MP7 with the stock retracted and the grip folded makes it into the game, but is only available to those who preorder at Walmart or on Steam and receive the "Spec Ops" Pack. Referred to as the "Hockler Machine Pistol", Hockler being a reference to Heckler and Koch.
The TDI Vector is referred to as the "Kross SMG" ingame. It can be outfitted with an ACOG Scope, EOTech Holosight, various muzzle brakes and a suppressor, high-capacity magazine, drum magazine, and "jungle-taped" magazines.
Brügger & Thomet TP-9
A Brügger & Thomet TP-9 equipped with the folding stock from a Brügger & Thomet MP-9 appears as the "Tampa SMG" it can be outfitted with an ACOG Scope, EOTech Holosight, various muzzle brakes and a suppressor, a foregrip, high-capacity magazine, drum magazine, and "jungle-taped" magazines.
Bushmaster Carbon 15
The Bushmaster Carbon 15 appears in Brink as the "Euston AR". On a note, its name is a combo of Eugine Stoner (EUgine)(STONer).
The FAMAS Valorisé appears as the "FRKN-3K" (pronounced as Freakin' Heck), it holds 24 rounds and carries 48 rounds, it fires three-round bursts. It can be outfitted with various sights, all muzzle brakes/suppressors, a foregrip, a grenade launcher and all magazines except the drum mag.
The BestBuy exclusive "Fallout" Pack comes with skins for the "CARB-9 SMG", which appears to be a Kel-Tec PLR-16 Pistol fitted with a stock resembling a scaled down version of the stock found on a Kel-Tec SU-16A. Also, it is a 9mm version of the rifle, filling the same niche as weapons such as the Colt 9mm SMG.
The Magpul PDR-C is called the "Bulpdaun SMG" ingame. Its name is most likely a reference to its bullpup configuration.
The M14 MCS rifle appears as the "Gerund Assault Rifle".
A FN SCAR-H with a shortened handguard appears as the "Rokstedi Assault Rifle", it is the only assault rifle that fires Semi-Automatically in game.
SIG SG 551
The SIG SG 551 assault rifle is known as the "Rhett Assault Rifle" (As in SIG-AR-Rhett, or Cigarette) in-game.
The Mauser SR-93 sniper rifle in game is called the "Barnett Light Rifle".
A visually modified DSR-1 appears as the "Drognav Rifle" it can be outfitted with rapid fire, ACOG Scope, C-More Red Dot sight, EOTech Holosight, a standard sniper scope (called the "Snoop-R"), muzzle brakes and a suppressor.
The FN M249 machine gun appears as the "Maximus Machinegun". Both the weapon's handguard and heat shield have been altered.
A KAC ChainSAW, a heavily modified variant of the Knight's Armament LMG, appears as the "Chinzor".
A four-barreled handheld minigun called the "Gottlung Mini-gun" is available ingame. The weapon resembles a cross between a Glagolev-Shipunov-Gryazev GShG-7.62 and a GE M134 minigun.
Brügger & Thomet GL-06
The Brügger & Thomet GL-06 in game is called the "Lobster GL".