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Vigor is a free-to-play looter shooter, developed and published by Bohemia Interactive. Initially released as an early access title in August 2018, the game fully released on August 19, 2019, on PC and consoles. As of June 2020, it is also available on the Nintendo Switch.
The game is set in a post-apocalyptic version of Norway, in 1991, where players (called "Outlanders") compete over resources and weapons while making their way to exit points around the outskirts of the map (similar to Escape from Tarkov). A wall of poisonous gas flushes any remaining players out of hiding once the time has reached zero for that match. The main mode is Survival, but there are deathmatch-style arena modes as well.
The following weapons appear in the video game Vigor:
The Beretta 93R appears in game, called the "B93 Raffica". It has wooden grips and a two-tone finish.
The Colt M1911A1 appears in the game, referred to as the original M1911.
The Colt Python appears under the rather generic name of "Combat Magnum".
The Luger P08 appears in game, simply called "Luger".
The Makarov PM appears in game, simply called "PM".
Smith & Wesson Model 629 Classic
A heavily-engraved Smith & Wesson Model 629 Classic appears as the "SW-SH 629".
The PSS appears in the game.
Heckler & Koch MP5SD3
The Heckler & Koch MP5SD3 appears in game, oddly referred to as the "MP5-K SD3", which implies the existence of a short barrel on the weapon, which isn't there in reality.
M3 "Grease Gun"
The M3 "Grease Gun" appears in game, simply called "Grease Gun".
The MGV-176 appears in game, making its first media appearance.
The PM-63 RAK appears in game.
The PPSh-41 appears in game, with the 71 round drum. Oddly, it is depicted as closed bolt, as the drum only holds 70 rounds, with 1 in the chamber, and the bolt is in the rearward position at all times. In real life, the PPSh-41 is an open bolt weapon.
Sa vz. 61 Skorpion
The Sa vz. 61 Skorpion appears in game, simply called the "Skorpion".
Steyr AUG Para
The Steyr AUG Para appears in game, referred to as the "AUR Para", which is the translated acronym of AUG (Army Universal Rifle).
The Suomi KP/-31 appears in game.
The Thompson M1A1 appears in game, simply called the "Thompson".
The Uzi appears in the game, called the "Gal," which is the surname of the man who made it, Uziel Gal.
A Baikal IZh-43 appears in game.
Beretta 686 Silver Pigeon
A Beretta 686 Silver Pigeon appears in game, called "Silver Pigeon".
The KS-23M appears in game, incorrectly called the KS-23. It has the stock removed.
Sawed-Off Double Barrel Shotgun
A Sawed-Off Double Barrel Shotgun appears in game.
The SPAS-12 appears in game, as the "La Chiave 12". It has a green handguard and pistol grip.
Rifles & Carbines
A mixture of LSWs, rifles, semi-auto snipers and bolt-action snipers are all in the same category in game, simply called "Rifles".
The weapon referred to as the "A-KM" is actually a hybrid between the AK-74, AK-74 prototype, and the AKM. It has the steel 5.45x39mm magazine of the AK-74 prototype and the gas block of an AK-74. However, the weapon has the muzzle brake of the AKM, it fires 7.62x39mm ammo in game, and the name heavily implies that it is meant to be an AKM.
The AK-74 appears in game, called the "A74-K". Weirdly, the magazine appears to be too small for the magwell, and there is a large indentation in the rear, which combined would make it impossible for this magazine to be a double-stack design.
The AKS-74U appears in game, as the "A74-KSU". It has the earlier style handguard. The 74U reuses the magazine model from the AK-74, resulting in the same size errors as that rifle.
The M16A2 appears in game, called the "ES16A2". The charging handle is yellow.
The FAMAS F1 appears in game, called by its nickname, "Bugle F1". It incorrectly holds 30 rounds in a 25 round magazine.
Heckler & Koch G3A3
The Heckler & Koch G3A3 appears in game, called the "Gewehr 3". The handguard is based on the slimline G3 handguard, but brown instead of green, and the stock and pistol grip are wooden.
The early-pattern M1 Carbine appears in game, incorrectly firing in full auto and referred to as the M2 Carbine. It does not have a bayonet lug and has the 'L' peep sights. It incorrectly holds 30 rounds in a 15 round magazine. Weirdly, the weapon was called the M1 Carbine (despite being full-auto), before a patch changed it to M2 Carbine, meaning the developers confused the M1 and M2. It is in the same category as the sniper rifles in game, despite being an assault rifle.
Mosin-Nagant M38 Carbine
The Mosin Nagant M38 Carbine appears in game. It appears in the same category as the sniper rifles.
PA md. 86
The PA md. 86 appears in game, the first time the weapon has been seen in a videogame. It incorrectly has the gas block of an AK-74 and a ridge in the receiver rather like an RPK.
Steyr AUG A1
The Steyr AUG A1 appears in game, called the "AUR A1", which is the translated acronym of AUG (Army Universal Rifle).
Sa vz. 58 P
The Sa vz. 58 P appears in game, simply called "vz. 58 P".
The SKS appears in game, in the same category as sniper rifles, despite being unscoped.
The Vz. 52 Rifle appears in game. The upper handguard is all metal, compared to the real rifle using both wood and metal. Due to it using 7.62x39mm ammo, it is the Vz. 52/57 version, but visually it is still the regular Vz. 52, not the 52/57. It is in the same category as the sniper rifles in game, despite being unscoped.
Heckler & Koch G3SG/1
The Heckler & Koch G3SG/1 appears in game, called the "Gewher 3 SG1". It incorrectly holds 30 rounds in a 20 round magazine.
M21 Sniper Weapon System
The M21 SWS appears in game.
The Parker-Hale M82 appears in game.
The SSG 82 appears in game, referred to by its full name of "Scharfschützengewehr 82".
The SVD Dragunov appears in game, simply called "SVD".
The SVU Dragunov appears in game, simply called "SVU". It is suppressed, despite not having a suppressor fitted, likely because the developers misinterpreted the large muzzle brake as a suppressor.
The VSS Vintorez appears in game.
The Zastava M76 appears in game, called the "ZA M76".
The KK 62 appears in game, called the "Kk 62".
The M60 appears in game, incorrectly referred to as the M60E3. It holds 100 rounds in a belt box and can only be aimed from the prone position while the bipod is deployed.
The M249 appears in game. It is the first pattern US adopted variant of the original FN Minimi.
The MG42 appears in game, called "Maschinengewehr 3". Judging by the 7.62x51mm ammo it uses in game and the in game name, the developers mixed up the MG42 and the MG3.
The PKM appears in game.
The RPK appears in game, fitted with a 75 round drum. It has the muzzle brake of the RPK-74 and the ribbed dustcover from the AKM.
The Steyr HBAR-T appears in game, called the "AUR HBAR-T", which is the translated acronym of AUG (Army Universal Rifle). The "T" indicates the standard 1.5x scope has been replaced with a special receiver able to mount higher-power scopes. In game, the HBAR-T is in the same category as the sniper rifles, due to its scope.
UK vz. 59
The UK vz. 59 appears in game.
The Zastava M72 appears in game, called the "ZA M72". It incorrectly holds 40 rounds in a 30 round magazine. It also has a bakelite pistol grip instead of the wood one usually seen on the M72, and has a milled receiver like on Type 2 and Type 3 AK-47s.
A crossbow appears in game.