The Walking Dead: A New Frontier
The Walking Dead: A New Frontier is a 2016 episodic video game developed by Telltale Games and based on the comic co-created by Robert Kirkman. Clementine, who was the player's companion during the first season and the player-character in season two returns as a player-character along with another player-character, Javier "Javi" Garcia. It is available on the Playstation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PC, MAC, and Android iOS platforms.
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The following weapons appear in the video game Walking Dead: A New Frontier, The:
Beretta 92FS Centurion
A Beretta 92FS Centurion with pearl grips is carried by some members of the New Frontier, including Rufus. Javier acquires it after the truck crash during "Ties That Bind, Part 1" and uses it as his primary sidearm. One of the New Richmond residents briefly holds the Beretta during Joan's meeting in "Thicker Than Water". David uses a Berreta to shoot Rufus in the head after reanimation, if Rufus survived the first episode, and to threaten Clinton. Javi and his Beretta are also seen on Episode 5's menu screen. Rufus' wife, Fern, points a gun at Kate after Kate reveals she is to blame for Rufus's death, but then puts it down, claiming she trusts Kate. Javier gives the gun to Gabe when they find David dying in the game's finale.
Beretta 92FS Centurion - 9x19mm Parabellum
The Beretta sits on the dashboard of Rufus's garbage truck during "Ties That Bind, Part 1."
Javier kills several walkers after a truck crash.
Javier points the Beretta at its former owner, and debates shooting him in the back.
A shot of the right side of Javi's Beretta.
David shoots the zombified Rufus.
New Richmond's resident holds the Beretta 92FS Centurion.
David immediately grabs and holds Clint hostage.
Javi kills a member of the New Frontier during chaos within the square.
Episode 5's menu screen. Javi raises his gun to the sky, calling for riots in New Richmond.
Fern points a gun at Kate in "From The Gallows".
Gabe shoots David in the head before reanimation.
Colt M1911A1 (Two-Tone)
New Frontier militiamen, including Max and Badger, wield two-tone M1911A1s as their primary sidearms. Tripp, Conrad, and Eleanor also carry 1911s in different shoulder rigs. When Conrad finds out about Clementine's past, he threatens her with a Colt M1911A1, trying to use her to get to Richmond safely. Interestingly, unlike previous games in the series, here the 1911's hammers are sometimes cocked, which would be necessary to fire them. Ava also has one and uses it to stop Javier in "Thicker Than Water".
Pre-War Colt M1911A1 - .45 ACP
Max and Lonnie hold 1911s on Javier during the junkyard standoff in "Ties That Bind, Part 1."
A closer look at Max's 1911. Here the hammer is not cocked, suggesting Max may have been trying to bluff Javier. This is supported by the model changing, and it later having a cocked hammer within the same episode, suggesting this isn't a modeling mistake as it has been in the past.
A 1911 in the New Frontier's armory.
Conrad points a gun at Clementine, wanting to learn more about her involvement with New Frontier in "Ties That Bind, Part 2".
Ava points a gun at Javier to stop him.
Tripp holds another 1911 during "From the Gallows." The uncocked hammer would seem to indicate he cannot, in fact, "handle this."
SIG-Sauer P250 Compact
Clementine carries a SIG-Sauer P250 Compact as her weapon of choice; she uses it in "Ties That Bind, Part 1" to accidentally kill Eli during their confrontation over defective ammo, as well as killing a member of the New Frontier with an impressive headshot from across the road. Notably, Clementine is the only person in the game to use this pistol.
SIG-Sauer P250 Compact - 9x19mm Parabellum
Clementine holds the SIG on Eli and accuses him of selling her faulty ammo; she uses his lack of fear as evidence he was aware of this, before pulling the trigger and demonstrating the rounds won't fire.
Clementine continues to hold the SIG on Eli, breaking every rule of gun safety imaginable. When Eli attacks Javier this has predictably dire consequences for him as the chambered bullet eventually does
Clem aiming her SIG on the Episode 4 menu screen.
Clem models her SIG, this time showing us the accessory rail and magazine base plate. And her apparent lack of trigger discipline.
"I know what you're thinking. 'Did she fire fifteen shots or only five?' Well, to tell the truth, in all this excitement, I've kinda lost track myself. But being as this is a 9mm, which even though it's not exactly the most powerful handgun in the world and won't blow your head clean off, you better ask yourself one question: 'Do I feel lucky?' Well, do ya punk?"
Clem aims her SIG in Episode 5, "From the Gallows".
Gabriel Garcia pulls a Walther PPK/S and uses it to break up a fight between Javier and Conrad during "Ties That Bind, Part 2;" it appears to be his sidearm of choice, though he has a larger handgun holstered in most scenes. Paul "Jesus" Monroe also carries one.
Walther PPK/S blued - .380 ACP
Gabriel holds his Walther on Conrad during "Ties That Bind, Part 2."
A wide shot of Gabe with his PPK/S. Note that his holster model doesn't change and still has a PPK/S tucked into it.
Gabe (off-screen) aiming his PPK/S at Jesus.
Jesus disarms Gabe and takes his pistol to threaten Javier.
Remington 870 Police Magnum (Short Barrel)
Clementine's preferred long gun of choice is a Remington 870 Police Magnum with a pistol grip, short barrel, and shell holder on top of the receiver. She holds it on Javier Garcia during their first meeting in "Ties That Bind, Part 1" and uses it several times throughout the season. A member of the New Frontier is briefly seen with one in "From the Gallows".
Remington 870 Police Magnum with stock folded and short barrel - 12 gauge
Clementine holds Javier at gunpoint on the side of the road in "Ties That Bind, Part 1."
A view of the Remington's right side.
Clementine takes point for the group as they leave the junkyard at the end of the same episode, Remington in hand.
A member of the New Frontier with a same shotgun in "From the Gallows".
Remington 870 Police Magnum
Conrad keeps a full-size Remington 870 Police Magnum with synthetic furniture, a shell holder, and an extended tube magazine prominently displayed in his bar to ward off troublemakers. He can be seen holding it at the gas station, but in the tunnel, he is instead shown firing Clem's cut-down 870 in a continuity error. Another full-size 870 can be seen on Episode 5's menu screen.
Remington 870 Police Magnum with black synthetic furniture - 12 gauge
The shotgun prominently displayed behind the bar.
Conrad with the shotgun at the gas station.
The barrel and magazine tube of the shotgun visible on the right.
12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun
12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotguns make several appearances in the game. One is notably used by Badger in an attempt to kill Javi, but Javi takes it from him and shoots him instead. More are seen in the armory in New Richmond in "Thicker Than Water".
Winchester Model 24 Side by Side - 12 gauge
Badger loading the double barrel. The white arrow is the on-screen prompt to attack him. If the player doesn't do so in time, Badger will shoot and kill Javi.
Good shot of Badger's shotgun during the fight with Javi.
The double barrel on the floor during the fight with Badger.
Javi and Gabe load up with weapons. Double barrel shotguns are seen along with an M16A4
in the cabinet in the background.
Closer look at the double barrels.
Members of the New Frontier wield AK-47 derivatives with stamped receivers as their primary long guns. Some of them have multicolored paint splotches on the receiver. Javi takes one from New Richmond's armory in "Thicker Than Water".
AK-47 Type III - 7.62x39mm
...an endeavor in which he is not alone.
Two New Frontier militia soldiers with AKs. The magazine of the one on the left is bizarrely out of place.
A rack of AKs in the New Frontier's armory, which are smaller than each other for some reason.
Javi checks the rifle sights when he and Gabe rob New Richmond's armory.
Multiple citizens of Prescott, including Tripp, Conrad, and Eleanor use M16A4s with collapsible buttstocks and railed handguards with PEQ-15 laser modules attached; Javier acquires one during the standoff with the New Frontier during "Ties That Bind, Part 2" suggesting they may have had a small stash of these rifles on hand.
As a modeling note, Telltale seems to have forgotten to add the knobs to the left side of the carry handle, however.
M16A4 MWS (Modular Weapon System) with KAC M5 railed handguards, AN/PEQ-2 IR designator, KAC RIS foregrip, and Trijicon TA01 4x32 ACOG scope - 5.56x45mm.
Tripp holding his M16A4 during "Ties That Bind, Part 1".
Javi, Tripp, and Conrad with M16A4s on Prescott's wall.
Conrad with an M16A4 over his shoulder.
A good look at Conrad's M16A4.
Tripp with his M16A4 during "Ties That Bind, Part 2".
The M16A4 is briefly seen on Eleanor's back during a trip to Richmond.
Tripp holds another M16A4 pilfered from the New Frontier's armory.
A few MAS-49/56 rifles are present in the armory in New Richmond but are never seen used.
MAS-49/56 - 7.5x54mm French
The front half of a MAS-49/56 can be seen to the right of Javi; another one can just barely be spotted behind his legs.
A pipebomb is used against Javier and Clementine by members of the New Frontier.
Javier moves to grab the pipebomb before it goes off in "Ties That Bind, Part 1".
Another pipebomb in "Ties That Bind, Part 2".
Tear Gas Grenade
The New Frontier members use a homemade tear gas grenade against the residents of Prescott.
The tear gas grenade beside Javi's head.
A member of the New Frontier is seen tossing a Molotov Cocktail in "From the Gallows".