World War 3
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The following weapons appear in the video game World War 3:
The game features a significant amount of weapon customization options, including receivers, rails, stocks, handguards, sights, grips, barrels, etc.
Most pistols available in-game have threaded barrels for mounting muzzle attachments.
The Glock 17 simply appears as the "G17" and costs 5000 in-game currency. Customization options include Glock 17L and Glock 34 style barrels, though their respective slides retain the Glock 17 markings and gain front serrations depicted at the wrong place.
MasterPiece Arms MPA930DMG
The MasterPiece Arms MPA930DMG was added to the game, referred to as the "DMG Nine-Milli". It is depicted as fully-automatic rather than semi-automatic.
The PL-14 prototype of the Lebedev pistol is available in the game. It is incorrectly described as using 9x18mm Makarov ammunition as opposed to 9x19mm Parabellum. The Lebedev costs 6000 in-game currency to unlock, making it the most expensive pistol so far.
The VIS 100 is a pistol option in the game. Initially, it was modeled after 3D printed mock-up prototype designs of the PR-15 Ragun (the former name of the VIS 100) made by FB "Łucznik" Radom first shown in 2012. The in-game model was changed to the VIS 100 production version following a 2021 update, though it is still referred to as the "Ragun". It's the default secondary pistol as of the 0.2 patch.
The PM-98 Glauberyt is available, simply named "Glauberyt" in the Early Access release version. The markings on the receiver incorrectly label it as the modernized PM-06, and the weapon is erroneously depicted as being chambered in 9x18mm Makarov; this type of ammunition is used by the earlier PM-84 in reality. As of the 0.2 patch, it's unlocked by default.
Initially, it was fitted by default with the longer barrel of the BRS-99, the civilian version of the PM-06. Currently, the default barrel is a compact one, and it can be replaced by a standard PM-98 style barrel or a BRS-99's barrel.
The PP-19-01 Vityaz-SN appears. In the Early Access version, it is named as the Vityaz. The Vityaz is available for 12500 in-game currency.
The SIG-Sauer MPX is featured in the game as the "SIG". It's available for 12500 in-game currency.
The weapon is shown with a two-position fire selector, indicating that it is modeled after a civilian SBR variant. The selector switch was initially set to the corresponding semi-auto mode; following an update, it is now set to the full-auto position, even though it still lacks the full-auto markings and the pin for the auto sear.
The 2014 prototype of the AK-12 appears, chambered in in 7.62x39mm. It is referred to as the "AK-15", but this designation in reality was given to the 7.62x39mm AK-12 model from 2016 onwards; as such, that labeling isn't appropriate for in the in-game version. The AK-12 is currently the cheapest assault rifle available for unlock, at 15000 in-game currency.
Following an update, the weapon model has been replaced by the 5.45x39mm version of the prototype, even though it still has the "AK-15" moniker. Nevertheless, it can be fitted with a 7.62x39mm 75-round drum magazine. The weapon now also features the handguard of the production model of the AK-12/AK-15.
A conceptual rifle jointly developed between CAA of Israel and Kalashnikov USA, the AK-Alfa is featured in the game. It's available for 18000 in-game currency, making it one of the two most expensive assault rifles to unlock.
The in-game model has a 45 degree gas block and a standard AK-Alfa handguard, the latter of which can be replaced by a KeyMod handguard. Initially, it was loaded with a 7.62x39mm magazine, which was later replaced by a 5.45x39mm magazine. Despite this, the description still claims that the weapon is chambered in 7.62x39, though it can be modified with a 7.62x39mm 75-round drum magazine.
The Beryl M762 was referred simply as the Beryl in beta builds before it was indexed as the Beryl 762. It's available for 16500 in-game currency.
FB MSBS GROT B16 FB-A0
First appearing in the game's PTE server, the FB MSBS GROT B16 FB-A0 was added with the 0.2 patch as the "MSBS-B". It is chambered in .300 AAC Blackout, and costs 16500 in-game currency.
FB MSBS GROT C16 FB-A0
The FB MSBS GROT C16 FB-A0, referred simply to as the "MSBS", is the default assault rifle as of the 0.2 patch.
The FN SCAR-H was added with the 0.3 patch. It's the first battle rifle in-game.
Heckler & Koch G36KA4
Heckler & Koch HK416
The Heckler & Koch HK416 first appeared in the Gamescom 2018 build of the game. Initially, it was called "G38" (which is the designation of the HK416 A5 variant in German service), but the name was later changed to "M416". It is fitted with a Geissele SMR handguard, a Magpul BAD lever, and a ridiculously oversized HK417 A2 buttstock. It's available for 18000 in-game currency, making it one of two most expensive assault rifles to unlock.
Heckler & Koch HK417 A2
The Heckler & Koch HK417 A2 was added to the game as the "M417".
The L85A2 was added to the game as the "SA80".
The M4A1 was added to the game as the "M4 MWS".
Crye Precision SIX12
The Crye Precision SIX12 is available as an underbarrel option.
A Remington 870 in a tactical configuration is available in the game. It is referred to as the MCS variant, but it isn't actually modeled after this one, mainly due to the different pumping handle. It features long, medium, and short barrel customization options. It's available for 16000 in-game currency.
The Vepr-12 is available in the Early Access version of the game, and costs 16000 in-game currency.
Cheyenne Tactical M200 Intervention
The Cheyenne Tactical M200 Intervention was added to the game.
The Haenel RS9, designated G29 in German service, appears as one of the sniper rifles in the Early Access version of the game. As of the 0.2 patch, it's unlocked by default.
The ORSIS T-5000 appears in-game. In the earliest release footage, it was named the T-5000, while the Early Access version names it "Tochnost", which refers to a militarized version of the OSRIS T-5000. It is available for 20000 in-game currency.
Heckler & Koch MG5
The Heckler & Koch MG5 is available for 19000 in-game currency.
PKP Pecheneg Bullpup
The bullpup version of the PKP Pecheneg appears as the "Pecheneg Bullpup", and is available for 19000 in-game currency.
The UKM-2000M appears simply as the "UKM", and is the default LMG as of the patch 0.2.
The LMT M203 is available as an underbarrel option.
The PPZR Piorun was added to the game.
The RPG-7 is unlocked by default as of the 0.2 patch.
M18 Smoke Grenade
The M18 smoke grenade appears as the "Smoke Grenade".
The M67 hand grenade appears as the "Frag Grenade".
Model 7290 Flash Grenade
The Model 7290 flashbang grenade appears as the "Concussion Grenade".
The Daewoo K2C1 is scheduled to be added to the game.
Howa Type 89
A modernized Howa Type 89 is scheduled to be added to the game.
The "VEPR" is an AK-pattern assault rifle that was added to the game. It consists of a Vepr-12 shotgun's receiver (even having "12x76" markings above the magwell), along with a Saiga 308 style gas block and front sight, a railed handguard and a 5.56x45mm style AK magazine.
As of the current build, the weapon is no longer available in the game.
The WKW Wilk, known as "Tor" in Polish service, appeared as one of the sniper rifles in the Early Access version of the game. It was the most expensive sniper rifles to unlock, costing 26000 in-game currency.
In the current build of the game, the WKW Wilk is no longer available.
Carl Gustaf M4
A Carl Gustaf M4 is seen in the Closed Beta Packs Trailer.