Arkane Studios' latest title, Deathloop, has you take on the role of Colt, an assassin locked in combat with a rival killer as they repeat a time loop on an island. Your goal is to break the loop, but to do so, you'll need to be at the top of your killing game, which means being familiar with the tools of the trade. Check out our Deathloop guns list to ensure you're packing the right firepower
Deathloop guns list
Deathloop's weapons are split into a few categories based on their ammunition type and whether you can wield them in one hand. While there are pistols, shotguns, snipers, and even a nailgun, we've split our Deathloop guns list based on the ammo types, then listed all of the unique special weapons separately below.
- Fourpounder: one-handed, large caliber handgun. It looks like a handcannon.
- Rapier: two-handed, large caliber sniper rifle.
- LIMP-10: one-handed, small caliber submachine gun.
- Tribunal: one-handed, small caliber handgun.
- PT-6 Spiker: one-handed nailgun. This gun shoots nails instead of regular ammo.
- Volpat Trencher: two-handed pump shotgun.
- Strelak 50-50: two-handed automatic shotgun.
- Transtar Trencher: two-handed shotgun. This is a bonus you can get from the Deluxe Edition of Deathloop. It can fire two shots without pumping.
- Heritage Gun: two-handed shotgun. This gun can transform to shoot either slugs or shot.
- Sepulchra Bretteira: two-handed, large caliber sniper rifle. This gun has a scope so you can aim precisely at range. Learn how to get it here.
- Constancy Automatic: two-handed, small caliber submachine gun. This gun has two magazines so you can fire while reloading.
- Strelak Verso: Two-handed, always dual wielded pistol/SMG hybrid. This gun can transform between pistol and SMG modes. We've only gained this as Juliana so far.
Deathloop gun rarity
In Deathloop, guns will also have a rarity rating. This scale ranges from grey at the bottom, to gold at the top, with blue and purple in between. The lower a gun's rarity, the higher the chance it will randomly jam while in use. Golden rarity guns have a jamming tendency of "never," but this rating is reserved for unique weapons only. Meanwhile, the blue and purple versions of regular guns come with built-in effects.
That covers the full Deathloop guns list with every weapon you can obtain. For more Deathloop features and guides, check out our game hub.