Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 – Confirmed Weapons
This list is compiled of what is very likely to be in Black Ops 2. Anything not confirmed is marked.
Russian assault rifle/carbine that looks to be bullpup, using what looks like an AK type magazine. Not sure what the rifle is exactly yet.
Seen in the right soldier’s hands at 1:00 and seen in the left and right soldier’s hands at 1:33. This is the AN-94 Abakan, a new Russian assault rifle. Also seen a few times in the trailer, and appears to be the standard Insurgent rifle.
Cannot tell with cartridge it is using, but the AK, whichever variant it is, is making a not-so-surprising return to the series. This horse-riding segment is in the past though, so not sure if this will make it to multiplayer.
Battle rifle developed by FN Herstal for the SCAR competition. Seen in an interview with Mark Lamia about Black Ops 2. Seems very similar to the MW2 model, so either this is used until they design their own SCAR-H, or this might just be a placeholder weapon and not actually be in the game.
Otherwise known as the Type 95, the QBZ-95 is a slightly new gun in the COD series, being very popular in MW3. It is a Chinese Bullpup Rifle chambered in a 5.8x42mm Chinese Special. In-game it looks to be the standard rifle variant. Only time will tell if will be as infamous as the overpowered version in MW3.
Submachine gun made by H&K, seen in a leaked multiplayer image.
This is a variant of the MP5 SMG, which has featured in MW3, Black Ops and COD 4. Developed by Heckler and Koch in 1966. Currently used in hundreds of different countries.
This is an Argentine SMG. It’s also called the FMK-3. It was produced in other to replace the ageing PAM 1 submachine gun.
Also known as the Smith & Wesson M76. Developed by Smith & Wesson, this was produced between 1967 to 1974. This is a clone of the Carl Gustav M/45, which is a 9mm Swedish SMG.
This is a Chinese-developed weapon that fires 1300 rounds per minute. It has a magazine capacity of 30 rounds. This is no longer in service and according to several sources, it was hard to fire.
Well, the UZI is back for Black Ops 2. This has been a popular SMG in many of the previous Call of Duty games.
Slightly different. Basically, it’s a smaller version of the regular UZI (duh). These submachine guns were developed in Israel and are extremely popular around the world.
Looks familiar, doesn’t it? The AKS-74U is a variant of the AK-47. Although it’s an Assault Rifle in real life, Call of Duty games tend to place the 74U into the SMG category, much to the annoyance of gun buffs. This is a shortened carbine version.
The Mac 10 featured in the previous Black Ops, so it wouldn’t be a surprise to see it returning. This is described as an American-made machine pistol that was developed in 1970 and produced until 1975.
Seen used by a Secret Service squadron in the trailer. The M249 SAW returns from its apperance in MW1.
The Type 67 is a general all-purpose machine gun that was designed in 1959 in the People’s Republic of China. This is known for it’s slow reloading process.
The Enfield L7 GPMG is another general purpose light machine gun. This gun was developed in Britain, and was built with the Belgian FN MAG in mind.
The Beretta AS70/90 is an Italian Light Machine Gun. It uses a gas-operated, rotating-bolt system.
American shotgun developed by Kel-Tec with a cool design and a unique dual-tube magazine, holding a whopping 14+1 capacity. In-game it will probably resemble its MW3 brother to most of its extent. It is chambered in 00 buckshot, 12-gauge.
It is a variant of the Mossberg 500, which was developed in the United States back in 1961. Currently used in Brazil and the USA.
This shotgun was developed by a company called Winchester Guns.
The Remington Model 1100 is a gas-operated semi-automatic shotgun that originates from the United States. This is particularly popular among sportsmen.
The Spas-12 has been present in COD games since MW2. In Black Ops, it was particularly useful with the silencer. This is a combat shotgun and it was developed in Italy.
The HK CAWS is a German select-fire personal shotgun. Development on it began in the early 1980s.
The Stakeout will be returning in Black Ops 2. This was a pump-action shotgun. It is a shorter version of the Ithaca 37, which originates from America.
This is another combat shotgun. It is a 12-gauge that was made in Russia in the 1990s. It actually looks similar to the AK47 because it is based on Kalashnikov design.
This will be the first time the Striker has appeared in a Black Ops game. Made by Armsel in South Africa, this is a 12-gauge that usually appears as a semi-automatic shotgun in Call of Duty games.
Also known as the Ithaca Model 37. Originates from the USA. It’s a pump-action.
The Railgun (Tentative Title) has the unique ability to punch through cover with a railgun-like effect thanks to its charged, multi-bullet shots. The longer the charge, the more penetration the shot has. It also can see through walls (ie. thermal scan).
Produced by Heckler & Koch in Germany, the PSG-1 is a semi-automatic sniper rifle that also appeared in the previous Black Ops game.
This was made in Romania. It follows the same design as the Kalashnikov family. This is based on the RPK Light Machine gun.
Also known as the SVD Dragunov. Looks like this will be returning for Black Ops 2. Made in the Soviet Union, it’s a semi-automatic. To be honest, it’s usually crap and nobody ever uses it!
This is a bolt action sniper rifle that was developed by the firearms company Remington (USA). Production of the Model 700 began in 1962. It is still used in combat today.
Last gun in this section: The Zastava M76 is another semi-automatic sniper rifle. This might be disappointing for a few people, as most COD players tend to like bolt-actions a bit more. This was developed in Yugoslavia in 1976.
Pistol/Machine Pistol developed by Kriss that uses the same recoil-controlling technology that was in the MW2 Vector. Can be semi-auto or fully automatic, still not yet clarified which fire mode the game will use.
The red, glaring pistol on the blue man is a Belgian pistol, an FN 5-7, also featured in MW3.
Seen in the holster of the left soldier, the Colt M1911 is making a return from the previous game. This is the gun in the Black Ops 2 Promotional Cover Poster.
The MEU(SOC) pistol was designed in the US in 1986. It is used by the United States Marine Corps. It is a semi-automatic.
The Steyr GB is another semi-automatic pistol that will apparently be in Black Ops 2. Designed in Austria in 1968. Used in Lebanon and Pakistan.
This is a strange one because the Skorpian is actually an SMG, not a handgun. Maybe Treyarch will be using some sort of variant?
You probably remember this from the previous Black Ops game. This is a .357 Magnum caliber revolver that was developed by Colt’s Manufacturing Company between 1955 and 1996.
At first glance a shotgun, but closer looks reveal that it has an acog as well as three barrels. This gun is still in question though, as there is no telling what it is.
A futuristic Riot Shield
The Strela 2 is a shoulder-fired surface to air missile launcher that will be returning for Black Ops 2. This is usually used to take down air support.
The Stinger missile has appeared in MW2 and MW3 as a lock-on-only missile launcher. Developed in 1981 and officially referred to as the FIM-92 Stinger.
This is a man-portable surface-to-air-missile was developed in the US. It was in service between 1968 and 1995. It was used in the Soviet War in Afghanistan.
This is described as a non-lethal launcher that fires 37mm non-lethal rounds. Maybe Treyarch are experimenting or using some sort of variant/prototype? This originates from the UK.
Looks like regular frag grenades will be returning for Black Ops 2.
This is another type of frag grenade that was made in Austria.
Yet another frag grenade. It’s possible that these grenades will have different advantages.
These can’t be thrown very far, but they stick to surfaces (and players) before exploding.
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