The Division 2 has many weapons - here is the full list so far

Published: 19:02, 18 January 2019
Updated: 11:04, 30 March 2019
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The Division 2

Ubisoft and Massive Entertainment are introducing various ways to keep things fresh in The Division 2, and one way to refresh a shooter game are new weapons. We have compiled a list of returning, new and reworked weapons for convenience.

Some weapons are returning from The Division, as we mentioned, but they have all been reworked in one way or another. We will keep updating the weapon list in the future, and add notes on the more interesting changes.

New additions:

- Sidearms:

  • Glock 18c - A new addition in The Division 2. Probably the biggest surprise is that it didn't appear in The Division.
  • Desert Eagle - Appears as "D50" in the game

- Shotguns:

  • SPAS-12

- Submachine guns: 

  • FN P90

- Battle Rifles:

  • Lever Action rifle - named "1886"
  • M16A2 - 3-round-burst fire

- Assault Rifles:

  • FN F2000 - S.T.A.L.K.E.R. fans rejoice
  • CTAR-21 - This weapon is extremely accurate with low recoil

- Marksman Rifles:

  • Mosin Nagant - a World War 2 classic, a fan favourite in shooter games
  • DSR-1
  • McMillan TAC-50 - This is the Sharpshooter exclusive .50 Cal sniper rifle

Ubisoft picture showing two soldiers looking at horizon The Division 2

Returning weapons:

- Sidearms:

  • Beretta M9
  • Beretta M93R
  • Beretta Px4 Storm
  • M1911
  • First Wave PF45
  • X-45

- Shotguns:

  • AA12 / ACS12 - This used to be an exotic weapon, The Showstopper, in The Division
  • M870
  • SASG / Saiga-12
  • Super 90
  • Double-Barrel Shotgun

- SMGs:

  • MP5
  • SIG MPX - Another exotic weapon from The Division, this time around as a regular one
  • Thompson SMG - Used to be an exotic in The Division, now a regular weapon
  • Steyr AUG
  • USC/ UMP-45
  • Kriss Vector - It will finally have its proper rate of fire instead of the puny 750 RPM from The Division. So far it looks like default rate of fire will be 1100 RPM, with certain talents shoving it up as far as 1300 RPM.
  • T821
  • PP-19

- Battle rifles:

  • M14
  • MDR Battle Rifle - Used to be an exotic called Urban MDR in The Division. Now a regular weapon
  • SCAR-H - Used to be a Marksman Rifle, reclassified in the new rifle class
  • USC .45
  • SIG 716 and SIG 716 CQB - Previously seen as the Exotics Devil & Heel
  • LVOA-C - Previously an assault rifle, now a semi-auto rifle

- Assault Rifles: 

  • AR 15 variants - It had several variants in The Division and will apparently have them in The Division 2, such as LVOA-C and "Police M4"
  • AK-47 and AK-74 variants
  • H&K G36
  • FAMAS - Used to be an exotic called The Bullfrog, now a regular weapon
  • P416
  • ACR
  • SCAR-L
  • Steyr AUG - It appears that The Divsion 2 will have AUGs in both 9mm SMG and 5.56 assault rifle versions
  • FN FAL - has several variations. Used to be semi-automatic in The Division, now a fully automatic assault rifle

- Marksman Rifles: 

  • SVD
  • Remington 700
  • M700 Carbon
  • Covert SRS
  • Classic M44

- Light Machine Guns:

  • RPK-74 - Has several variations
  • M249
  • L82A2
  • M60
  • MG5
  • MK46

Bonus weapon that may or may not appear: Compound Bow. It was on hostile NPCs, but no one managed to loot one yet. Survivalist players currently have access to a Crossbow, but it remains to be seen whether we will get to play with Compound Bows as well.

Tom Clancy's The Division 2 to be released in spring of 2019

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Ubisoft have revealed The Division 2 gameplay along with the most important info which fans were hoping was and that is the release date for Tom Clancy's The Division 2. Ubisoft revealed that sequel is going to launch 15 March 2019.

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