Tannenberg

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Tannenberg
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Offical Boxart
Release Date: November 17, 2017
(Early Access)

February 13, 2019
July 24, 2020 (PS4 & Xbox One)

Developer: BlackMill Games
Publisher: M2H
Platforms: Windows, Mac, Linux
Genre: First-Person Shooter


Tannenberg is a multiplayer FPS set in the First World War. The developers from Verdun take the focus now on the eastern front between 1914 - 1918. It is named after the infamous Battle of Tannenberg in 1914. Tannenberg offers a range of game modes - including the exciting new mode reflecting the different nature of the war on the Eastern Front - and a wealth of historical detail: realistic WW1 weaponry, authentic uniforms, horrendous gore, and maps based on real battlefields, this time in the forests, plains and mountains along the border between the Russian Empire and the Central Powers.


The following weapons appear in the video game Tannenberg:

Contents


Pistols

Colt M1911

Some classes of the Latvian Riflemen squad have access to the American M1911 Pistol. The use of this pistol was not uncommon on the Eastern Front of WW1, since Russia ordered a large stock of it via the United Kingdom. Recognizable by the Cyrillic text on the side what can be translated as "English order".

Colt M1911 (dated 1913) - .45 ACP
A Latvian officer holds his in-game named "U.S. Automatic Pistol .45 M1911".
Aiming.
Removing the used magazine. The slide is only seen in a backward position when taking the magazine.
Pushing in a full one. Note the lack of the trigger discipline.
Releasing the slide.

Frommer Stop

The Frommer Stop is available for the K.u.K. Trupp squad that only consists of Hungarians in-game (K.u.K. stands for Kaiser- und Königlich, Imperial and Royal, and is the abbreviation for the Dual Monarchy of Austria-Hungary).

Frommer Stop - .380 ACP
A Hungarian officer holds a "Frommer Stop".
Aiming.
The empty magazine falling out into the left hand.
Inserting a fresh one.
Rechambering.

Luger P08

The Luger P08 is a sidearm for the German Infanterie and the Bulgarian squad.

Luger P08 - 9x19mm
Holding the "Pistole Parabellum 1908 Luger".
Aiming down the sights.
About to press in a full magazine.
Rechambering the Luger.

Mauser C96

The Mauser C96 is an available pistol for the German Empire and the Bulgarians.

Pre-War dated Mauser C96 "Broomhandle" Commercial Version - 7.63x25mm Mauser.
A Bulgarian officer armed with his German supplied "Mauser C96 Broomhandle".
Aiming.
Inserting a full 10-round stripper clip. The reloading can only be done when the magazine is empty.
The removed clip in his left hand.

Roth-Steyr M1907

The Roth-Steyr M1907 pistol is available with the March 2018 update for the K.u.K. Trupp.

Roth-Steyr M1907 - 8mm Roth-Steyr.
Holding the "Roth-Steyr M1907" pistol.
Aiming.
Sending new rounds into the magazine.
Rechambering the Roth-Steyr.

Steyr M1912

The Steyr M1912 is available for the Austrian officer class.

Steyr Hahn Model 1912 (1913 mfg) - 9x23mm Steyr
An Austro-Hungarian officer with a "Steyr M1912 Steyr-Hahn" pistol.
Aiming.
Thumbing in a new stripper clip.
Unlike to BF1 and BFV, the non empty reload is done by pressing in loose rounds one by one.
Clicking the slide forward, similar to the Colt M1911.

Revolvers

MAS Mle 1892

The Mle 1892 Revolver is available with the May 2018 Romanian update. The Romanian use of this revolver comes from the French military mission (1916-1918) to aid it to fight the Central Powers.

Modele d’Ordonnance Mle 1892 Revolver - 8x27mm SR
A Romanian NCO with his French "Revolver de 8mm modèle 1892".
Aiming.
Ejecting the full cylinder.
Feeding the cylinder with single rounds...
... and patting it back into position.
Clicking in the cylinder. Note the Manufacture D’Armes De St. Etienne markings near the screw.

Nagant M1895

The Nagant M1895 with accurate rounded front sight is used by the Russian Cossacks, Frontovik, Romanian and Bulgarian squads.

Russian Nagant 1895, produced 1920s - 7.62x38N
A Russian officer with his "Nagant M1895" revolver near a fortress of Przemyśl.
Looking through the rounded front sight.
Taking out the ejector rod,...
... letting free a single round,...
... loading in a new round...
... and bringing back the ejector rod.

Rast & Gasser 1898

The Rast & Gasser 1898 revolver is available for the Austro-Hungarian Empire.

Austrian Rast Gasser 1898 - 8x27mm Gasser
Holding the "Rast & Gasser M1898" revolver in one of the fortresses of Przemyśl.
Aiming.
Opening the loading gate.
Ejecting a spent round.

Reichsrevolver M1883

The Reichsrevolver M1883 is the only available revolver for the Germans.

Reichsrevolver M1883 - 10.6x25R
A German soldier under the command of Generalfeldmarschall August von Mackensen with his "Reichsevolver M1883" in Romania.
Aiming.
Cocking the hammer.
Opening the loading gate.
Ejecting a spent round.
Thumbing in a new round.

Smith & Wesson No.3 Russian Model

The Smith & Wesson No.3 Russian Model is also available for the Bulgarians, Romanians, and Russians. Appears as the Smith & Wesson No.3 "S&W No.3".

Smith & Wesson No.3 Russian Model - .44 Russian
Holding the "Smith & Wesson No.3" revolver.
Aiming.
Cocking the hammer after a firing a shot.
The empty reload is done by inserting 2 rounds each into the cylinder.

Rifles

Arisaka Type 30

The Japanese Arisaka Type 30 rifle is available for the Russian Empire (Latvian and Frontovik squad) and can be equipped with the Type 30 bayonet. As a part of the shortage of rifles during the start of WW1, Russia supplied/purchased around three-hundred thousand "Rifle, Magazine, .256in Pattern 1900" rifles from Great Britain. This appearance in British service was because of the 1902 Anglo-Japanese Alliance.

Arisaka Type 30 - 6.5 × 50mm Arisaka
A Russian infantryman with his British supplied "Type 30 Arisaka" rifle.
Aiming with the typical hook safety in your face.
Inserting a 5-round stripper clip.
Putting a single round into the chamber.

Arisaka Type 38

The improved Arisaka Type 38 was added with the 2019 "Latvian Expansion". Despite it still uses the 6.5x50mm cartridge, it is strengthened and is fitted with a dust cover. In 1914, Russia purchased a huge stock from Japan and in 1916, Britain, called "Rifle, Magazine, .256in Pattern 1907", sold also a large number to Russia as well. Another purchase was the 7x57mm Mexican Arisaka rifles, which weren't delivered to Mexico in 1911 due to the Revolution. Despite the improvements, it has the same stats as the Type 30.

Arisaka Type 38 - 6.5x50mm Arisaka
The "Type 38 Arisaka"rifle in the hands of a Latvian rifleman. Note the dust cover.
Aiming.
Reloading a stripper clip.

Berdan No.2

The single-shot Berdan No.2 Rifle came into the game with the release for the Russians and the Romanians. Appears as the "Berdana obr. 1870G Berdan II". This rifle was given to second-line units.

Russian Berdan No.2 (M1870) Infantry rifle - 10.67x58mm R
During the 1917 Kerensky offensive, a Russian soldier is armed with the Berdan rifle.
Aiming.
Pulling back the bolt-handle.
Inserting a 10.67x58mm round.

Fusil Modèle 1907-15

The Berthier 1907-15 is also an available rifle for the Romanians.

Berthier Model 1907-15 Rifle
Holding the "Fusil Mle. 1907/15 Berthier".
Aiming.
About to reload the rifle while prone.

Lebel 1886 M93

The French Lebel 1886 rifle came in with the Romanian update. Having the magazine capacity of 8 rounds, the reload time is the highest of all rifles in-game.

Lebel Model 1886 Rifle - 8x50Rmm
The "Lebel Mle. 1886/93 Lebel" in the hands of a Romanian soldier.
Aiming.
Wasting some time to fill the 8 rounds into the magazine.

Martini-Henry M1879

The Martini-Henry is available for the Bulgarians and Romanians. Appears as the "M1879 Peabody-Martini" and has a "Română Arma Md. 1895" stamp on the right side of the receiver and can be equipped with a British P1876 bayonet.

Martini-Henry Mk. II (1877-1881) - .577-.450 caliber
A Bulgarian soldier in Ukraine holds his Peabody-Martini rifle, captured during the Balkan Wars.
Aiming.
The ejected flying shell is visible during the reloading.
Lying in a new round.
Preparing the rifle for the next shot by working the Lever-Action.

Mauser Gewehr 1888/05

The updated Mauser Gewehr 1888/05, that is able to use Mauser stripper clips instead of en-blocs, is an available rifle for the German Empire. The G88/05 can be equipped with a Seitengewehr 98/05 which is correct, since the G88 didn't have a standard bayonet. Much older bayonets were also used such as the SG 71, 71/84, and 88/98.

Gewehr 1888/05 - 7.92x57mm.
The "Gewehr 88/05 Kommissionsgewehr" in-game.
Aiming.
A semi-submerged Mauser stripper clip in the chamber. Note the notch at the end of it.
Single round reloading.

Karabiner 88

The carbine version of the earlier Gewehr 1888 can also be used by German forces and is one of two rifles in the Rifle Deathmatch mode that could be equipped with a Goerz 3X Custom scope.

Karabiner 1888 - 8×57mm (Patrone 88 or M/88).
A German engineer equipped with his "Karabiner 1888" fighting to establish a Baltenland.
Aiming.
The gun can only be reloaded when empty with a Patronen 88 en-bloc. Note the differently modeled chamber compared to the G88/05.
Kar. 88 fitted with the scope.
Using the iron sights on the scoped variant.

Mauser Gewehr 1898

The Mauser Gewehr 1898 is a playable rifle for the German Empire. It is also the first gun unlocked in the Rifle Deathmatch mode in which it can be either equipped with a 20-round Grabenmagazin (trench magazine) or a Goerz 3X Custom scope.

Mauser Gewehr 1898 - 7.92x57mm Mauser
An Infanterist holds his "Gewehr 1898", ready to fight off the Russian steamroller in East Prussia.
Looking through the Lange Visier.
Inserting a full 5 round stripper clip.
Seitengewehr 98/05 bayonet, nicknamed "Butcher's Blade" by Allied soldiers.
The fixed SG 98/05 bayonet is seen while putting in a single round into the chamber.
Scoped Mauser Gewehr 1898 - 7.92x57mm Mauser
Scoped Gewehr in-game.
Looking through the scope.
The melee attack animation shows the attached Grabenmagazin.

Mauser Karabiner 98AZ

The Mauser 98AZ Carbine appears as the "Karabiner 98AZ".

Mauser 98AZ Artillery Carbine - 7.92x57mm.
Holding the Kar. 98AZ.
Aiming.
Reloading.

Mannlicher M1893

The Mannlicher M1893 rifle came in also with the Romanian update and is called "Pusca Romana Model 1893" in-game. Unlike the other Mannlicher rifles in-game, it has a strengthened turning-bolt action but uses the "en-bloc" system. It can be equipped with an M1893 bayonet.

Mannlicher M1893 - 6.5x53mmR Mannlicher
Mannlicher M1893 held by a Romanian soldier.
Aiming.
Opening up the chamber with the straight bolt handle.
Inserting the en bloc.

Carabine Md.1893

The carbine version of the M93, issued to artillery and cavalry units, is also available for the Romanians.

The "Carabina Romana Model 1893" in-game.
Aiming.
Using the turned bolt handle to open the chamber.
About to set in the en-bloc.

Mosin Nagant M1891

The Mosin Nagant M91 is available for the Russian Cossacks, Frontovik Romanian squads.

Mosin Nagant M1891 with attachable bayonet - 7.62x54mmR.
A Russian soldier on a snowy Polish landscape holds his "Mosin-Nagant M1891" equipped with an M91 bayonet. Note the hex receiver.
Aiming.
Relading a new stripper clip.
The Mosin Nagant ingame.

M91 Dragoon

The Dragoon variant is also available for both Russian and Romanian squads. The fire rate and reload time are better than the M91 infantry.

Mosin-Nagant M1891 Dragoon Rifle - 7.62x54mm R
A Cossack with his "Mosin-Nagant M1891 Dragoon" rifle.
Aiming.
Reloading.

Mosin-Nagant M1907 Carbine

The Mosin-Nagant M1907 Carbine is only available for the Frontovik squad.

Mosin Nagant Model 1907 Carbine. This model was produced until at least 1917 in small numbers. This carbine was designed for cavalry, engineers, signalers, and artillerymen. - 7.62x54mm R
The "Mosin-Nagant M1907 Carbine" in the hands of a Cossack.
aiming.
Using the severed bolt handle to open the chamber...
... and putting in a 5-round stripper clip.

Steyr Mannlicher M1888-90

The Steyr Mannlicher M1888-90 rifle is available for the Austro-Hungarian K.u.K. Trupp and the Romanians. Appears as the "Infanterie Repetiergewehr M.88-90".

Austro-Hungarian Steyr Mannlicher M1888-90 - 8x50mmR Mannlicher.
A Bulgarian soldier with his M1888-90 rifle.
Aiming.
Chambering while aiming.
Placing the en-bloc.

M90 Carbine

The carbine variant of the M88-90 is also available for Austro-Hungaria and Bulgaria. Appears as the Mannlicher M90 Carbine and can be equipped with am M1917 "Ersatz" bayonet. Its stopping power is a bit less than the rifle variant, but it can score with its faster fire rate.

Mannlicher M1890 Carbine - 8x50mmR Mannlicher.
Holding the "Karabina Mannlicher obr 1890G".
Aiming.
A good view of the 5-round 8x50mm en-bloc.

Steyr Mannlicher M1895

The Steyr Mannlicher M1895 rifle is also available for the Austro-Hungarian Empire and appears as the "Infanterie Repetiergewehr M.95".

Steyr Mannlicher M1895 - 8x50mmR Mannlicher
Austro-Hungarian soldier holds his Steyr rifle with fixed M95 bayonet.
Aiming.
Working the straight pull bolt action while aiming.
Reloading what is only done when the gun is empty.

Stutzen Carbine

The Repetier-Stutzen Carbine is also available for the K.u.K. Trupp. This carbine was issued to special troops inside the Austro-Hungarian army.

Steyr Repetier-Stutzen M1895 - 8x50mmR Mannlicher
The "Repetierstutzen M.95" of the Steyr rifle in-game. Note the side-mounted sling swivel.
Aiming.
Reloading.

Vetterli-Vitali M1870/87

The Swiss-Italian Vetterli-Vitali M1870/87, added with the Latvian Update, is available for Romania and appears as in-game with its real name.

Vetterli-Vitali M1870/87 - 10.35x47mm R
A Romanian infantryman holds his Vetterli-Vitali rifle. Note the striking ring of the M1887 bayonet.
Aiming.
Placing in a new magazine...
... and taking it away with the attached string.
Loading in a single round.

Werndl M1873/77

The single-shot Werndl M1873/77 came into the game with a free update for the K.u.K. Trupp. Appears as the "Werndl M1873/77" and can be equipped with an M1877 Bayonet. Its reload time is more quickly than the Martini-Henry.

Werndl M1873/77 Rifle - 11.15x58mmR
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Aiming.
Removing the spent round with his finger.
Closing the chamber; after this is done the hammer will be cocked.

Winchester Model 1895

The Russian modified Winchester Model 1895 appears as the "Winchester M1915" and is available for the Cossacks and Frontovik squads.

A Russian contract Model 1895 in 7.62x54 Russian. Note the loading bridge over the reciever
A Russian soldier during the 1916 Brusilov Offensive is armed with his Winchester rifle.
Aiming.
The Lever-Action mechanism in motion.
Reloading with a Mosin-Nagant stripper clip.

Machine Guns

Unlike Verdun, machine guns in Tannenberg are only available as stationary heavy defense weapons with shields and 250-round ammo boxes. So these are the only automatic weapons in the game.

Maxim MG08

The Maxim MG08 is the standard stationary heavy machine gun for the German Empire and appears as the "Maschinengewehr 08".

Maxim MG08 on 'sledge' mount - 7.92x57mm Mauser
The Maxim in the reveal trailer.
Looking at a fixed MG08.
Manning the machine gun.

Maxim M1910

The Maxim M1910 is the Russian Empire's emplaced MG. Appears simply as the "Maxim Machine Gun".

Maxim M1910 with 'Sokolov' wheel mount & shield - 7.62x54mmR
Fixed Maxim MG in-game.
Manning the machine gun.
Left side.

Schwarzlose Model 07/12

The Schwarzlose Machine Gun Model 07/12 is the heavy machine gun for the Austro-Hungarians and Romanians.

Schwarzlose MG M. 7/12 - 8x50mmR Mannlicher.
Schwarzlose M.07/12 in-game.
Manning the machine gun.

Vickers Mk I

British Vickers machine guns can be seen mounted in Hotchkiss Izhorskiye Armored cars which are Russian modified Austin Armoured Car variants.

Vickers Mk1 Machine Gun - .303 British
The water jacket and the muzzle coming out of the car.

Hand Grenades

F1 Mle 1916

The French F1 Mle 1916 Billant is the standard grenade for the Romanian Infantry squad.

F1 High-Explosive Fragmentation hand grenade with Mle1916 Billant fuse.
An F1 grenade being thrown by a Romanian soldier.

Handnebelbombe

The Handnebelbombe smoke grenade was added with the 2019 "Latvian Expansion" and is available for the Central Powers. Appears as the "Type N Nebelbombe".

Handnebelbombe.
Pulling the ring of the smoke grenade.

M1912 Lantern Grenade

The M1912 ''Lantern'' Grenade is available in the Russians and Roumanians.

Russian M1912 "Lantern" grenade
Throwing a Lantern Grenade.

M1917 Chemical Hand Grenade

The M1917 Chemical Hand Grenade is playable for the Latvians, Russians, and Roumanians with the 2019 "Latvian Expansion". Appears as the "M1917 Chemical Grenade".

M1917 Chemical hand grenade
A Cossack unscrews the cap of his M1917 Gas Grenade.

Model 15 Stielhandgranate

The Model 15 Stielhandgranate is the standard grenade for the German Empire and Bulgaria. Appears as the "Stielhandgranate M15".

Model 15 Stielhandgranate "Potato Masher" with spoon safety.
A Bulgarian soldier awaring of Cpt. Conan readies his M15 grenade.

Model 17 Stielhandgranate

The Model 17 Stielhandgranate appears as the "Stielhandgranate M17" and is only available as a Geballte Ladung. Despite this, some player characters have single M17 hanging on their belt.

Model 17 Stielhandgranate "Potato Masher" high-explosive fragmentation hand grenade.
Priming a Geballte Ladung.

RG-14

The Russian RG-14 comes in two variants, HE and Frag, and appears as the M1914 "Battle Grande".

RG-14 Grenade.
Throwing an HE grenade into the direction of the Ploiești oil fields.
RG-14/30 Soviet hand grenade (Model 1914/30 grenade)
About to throw a "Bottle Grenade" at a Fokker Eindecker.

Rohr Handgranate

The Rohr Handgranate (alt) and (neu) are available for the Austro-Hungarian forces.

Rohr Handgranate (alt).
Hastly removing the cap...
... and pulling the string.
Rohr Handgranate (neu).
Uncrewing the cap of a new model.

Other

7.58 cm Leichter Minenwerfer

Various Leichte Minenwerfer can be seen on the battlefields.

7.58 cm Leichter Minenwerfer
Tannenberg-Minenwerfer.jpg

76.2-mm M1902 Putilov Field Gun

M1902 Putilov Field Guns are seen on the maps.

76.2-mm M1902 Putilov Field Gun
Tannenberg-Putilov.jpg

10.5 cm leFH 16

Krupp 10.5 cm leichte Feldhaubitze 16.
Tannenberg-LeFh.jpg

10.5 cm Feldhaubitze 98/09

10.5 cm Feldhaubitze 98/09.
Tannenberg-LeFh09.jpg

15 cm Škoda M.14

Škoda 15 cm M.14
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Tannenberg-SkodaHowitzer2.jpg

21 cm Mörser 10

21 cm Mörser 10 heavy howitzers are also seen on the maps. This early model has a shorter barrel to its 1916 successor.

Langer 21 cm Mörser Model 10
Looking at the Mörser. Oddly, the gun is stationed on the Russian side of the map.
Left side.
Unprepared Mörser in Romania.
Tannenberg-Mörser4.jpg

30.5-cm-M.11 Škoda Mörser

Škoda 305 mm Model 1911
An unloaded Škoda Mörser in the Carpathians.
Right side.
Another Mörser in Ukraine, prepared to fire.
A wheeled gun.

Canon de 75 mm modèle 1897

Canon 75mm Mle 1897.
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Tannenberg-75conande2.jpg


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