Hatred is a controversial isometric shooter developed by Polish studio Destructive Creations. Players take the role of an unnamed killer known as "The Antagonist," (more popularly known by his fan nickname "Not Important," due to a line in his opening monologue), who has intense hatred for all humanity. He decides to go on a rampage and kill as many people as possible before he dies. Due to the context of the game, Hatred has generated much controversy in gaming media. It is one of the only games to receive an AO (Adults Only) rating from the ESRB for violence, along with Manhunt 2. At one point, the game was taken down from Steam's Greenlight program, then reinstated with a personal apology to the developers by Valve's founder Gabe Newell.
It was released on June 1st, 2015.
The following weapons appear in the video game Hatred:
The Glock 17 is the game's standard handgun. It is carried by police officers and occasionally found in homes. Holds 10 rounds in a magazine.
Desert Eagle Mark XIX
The August 2015 Survival update added a survival mode and two new weapons to the game. One such weapon was the IMI Desert Eagle Mark XIX. It is one of the most powerful weapons available, killing most NPCs in one shot. Holds 8 rounds in a magazine.
The MAC-10 is first seen during the level "Train." Holds 30 rounds in a magazine and boasts a fast rate of fire, but has weak damage.
Heckler and Koch MP5A5
The Heckler & Koch MP5A5 appears as the favored weapon of SWAT teams. It features a Surefire dedicated forend weaponlight which is always on. Holds 30 rounds in a magazine.
What appears to be a Type III AK-47 is the first available weapon and also seems to be Not Important's favored weapon. He loads one in the introductory cutscene and is seen with it in multiple promotional artworks. Holds 30 rounds in a magazine and deals high damage.
The M16A2 first appears in the level "Train." Later, it is carried by National Guard soldiers that attempt to stop Not Important's rampage. It has a higher rate of fire, but less damage, than the AK-47 and is much more commonplace later in the game. Holds 30 rounds in a magazine and fires fully automatic only.
The sole shotgun in the game is a Mossberg 500 with synthetic parts and a pistol grip. It is carried by some police officers and is used by hunters that appear in the "Marina" level. It is one of the most common weapons in the game along with the pistol. Holds six shells.
The M9-7 Flamethrower is first acquired in the "Train Station" level. When it is in Not Important's inventory, its fuel tanks will be visible on his back at all times.
M26 Hand Grenade
Not important and National Guard soldiers use the M26 hand grenade. Four can be carried at a time.
M84 Stun Grenade
SWAT team officers use the M84 stun grenade, which can also be used by Not Important. A SWAT team officer always drops one upon death.
Mk 153 Mod 0 SMAW
The Mk 153 SMAW appears as an unguided rocket launcher first seen in a gun show(!) in the level "Downtown." It is also used by some National Guard troops, who have a tendency to blow up their allies, civilians, or themselves.
M79 Grenade Launcher
August 2015's Survival update also added the M79 grenade launcher to the game. The grenades launched from the M79 bounce before detonating.
Not Important's only melee weapon is an M9 Bayonet. He cannot use it as a weapon during normal gameplay; it is only used during some executions.