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Warzone 2 guns and weapons guide

Looking for information on all the Warzone 2 guns and weapons? Now that Modern Warfare 2 is out in the wild, we know all the options for this battle royale FPS

Warzone 2 guns: an image of Reyes with a weapon

If you’re sitting there wondering what options you’re going to be met with when it comes to the selection of Warzone 2 guns coming to the upcoming Call of Duty battle royale shooter, you’re not alone. Thankfully, now that Modern Warfare 2 is out in the wild, we have a pretty good idea of which weapons you’ll be able to find in Activision’s next iteration of Warzone – and, of course, which weapons you can use for your custom loadouts.

With a new Gunsmith system and more detail than ever before when it comes to weapon customisation, it’s going to be well worth knowing which weapons are available in-game. The Warzone 2 gameplay confirms it’s the next generation of battle royale, but is it going to boast the same prowess when it comes to all the guns in the loot pool? Well, we’re going to leave that up to you to decide.

Warzone 2 guns and weapons

At the time of writing, we’re under the impression that every single Modern Warfare 2 weapon will be available in Warzone 2 – just like the Modern Warfare 2019 weapons were available in Warzone when it was released.

Here are all the guns and weapons that will be available in Warzone 2 when it launches, as well as those to be added in Season 1:

  • M4 (assault rifle)
  • TAQ-56 (assault rifle)
  • Kastov 762 (assault rifle)
  • Lachmann-556 (assault rifle)
  • STB 556 (assault rifle)
  • M16 (assault rifle)
  • Kastov 74u (assault rifle)
  • Kastov 545 (assault rifle)
  • Chimera (assault rifle)
  • M13B (assault rifle)
  • Lachmann Sub (submachine gun)
  • MX9 (submachine gun)
  • Vaznev 9K (submachine gun)
  • FSS Hurricane (submachine gun)
  • Minibak (submachine gun)
  • PDSW 528 (submachine gun)
  • VEL 46 (submachine gun)
  • Fennec 45 (submachine gun)
  • BAS-P (submachine gun)
  • Lachmann-762 (battle rifle)
  • TAQ-V (battle rifle)
  • SO-14 (battle rifle)
  • FTAC Recon (battle rifle)
  • Lockwood 300 (shotgun)
  • Bryson 880 (shotgun)
  • Bryson 890 (shotgun)
  • Expedite 12 (shotgun)
  • HCR 56 (light machine gun)
  • RAAL MG (light machine gun)
  • 556 Icarus (light machine gun)
  • RPK (light machine gun)
  • Sakin MG38 (light machine gun)
  • EBR-14 (marksman rifle)
  • SP-R 208 (marksman rifle)
  • LM-S (marksman rifle)
  • Lockwood Mk2 (marksman rifle)
  • SA-B 50 (marksman rifle)
  • TAQ-M (marksman rifle)
  • Signal 50 (sniper rifle)
  • MCPR-300 (sniper rifle)
  • LA-B 330 (sniper rifle)
  • SP-X 80 (sniper rifle)
  • Victus XMR (sniper rifle)
  • Riot Shield (melee)
  • Combat Knife (melee)
  • X12 (handgun)
  • X13 Auto (handgun)
  • P890 (handgun)
  • .50 GS (handgun)
  • Basilisk (handgun)
  • RPG-7 (launcher)
  • PILA (launcher)
  • Strela-P (launcher)
  • JOKR (launcher)

And, that’s all there is to it. If you’re wondering which weapons are available in Warzone 2, when it launches, you should find all of the above. If you’re looking for more information on the new Warzone 2 map, you can find that here.