Wanted: Weapons of Fate
Wanted: Weapons of Fate is a third-person shooter video game based on the 2008 film Wanted. The game was developed by the now defunct developer GRIN and published by WB Games in 2009. In the game, which serves as a sequel to the film, the player controls Wesley, while in some flashback sequences, Cross, Wesley's father is also playable.
The following weapons appear in the game Wanted: Weapons of Fate:
Brummel uses a CornerShot with a Beretta 92FS pistol.
Brummel poses with his CornerShot. Notice the extended magazine of the Beretta.
Fox with a Beretta 92FS on an unlockable conic book cover.
Beretta 92FS Custom
Wesley's main weapon in the first half of the game is a Beretta 92FS pistol customized with a compensator and ornate grips. Called the "Flyswatter Pistol".
Prop Beretta 92FS from the movie. This is likely a stand-in pistol, as in the movie a 92S was used - 9x19mm
Wesley holds his customized 92FS pistol.
Wesley reloads his Beretta.
Beretta 92SB Custom
Wesley's custom 92FS pistols change into 92SB's in certain pre-rendered cutscenes.
Wesley picks up the "Flyswatter" which has a rounded trigger guard in the cutscenes.
"Beretta 92A1 Inox"
This non-existent pistol is used by the Immortal and Cross (but only in cutscenes). The gun itself looks like a 92A1 with an Inox finish. There are just two problems with this; first that the 92A1 is not available with Inox finish, and second, the 92A1 did not exist in 2009 when this video game was made. The modeler was probably aiming for a Vertec or M9A1, but somehow messed up the trigger guard. Still, imfdb identifies guns based on the looks.
The Immortal holds his pistol on Cross.
The Immortal's Beretta explodes when Cross hits it with a well-aimed shot.
Cross uses a customized version of this non-existent Beretta variant. Note the longer slide with compensator cuts. Interestingly, in this level Cross carries two CZ 85 pistols. The CZ's switch to this pistol in this cutscene, then back to CZ's when the cutscene is over. This is what you get if a different company makes the pre-rendered cutscenes for a game.
Some of the stronger enemies are using Colt Python revolvers.
Colt Python Elite with 6 inch barrel- .357 Magnum
Wesley stabs a bad guy holding a Colt Python revolver. Note the screw behind the cylinder - it indicates that this is a Python and not a similar-looking Anaconda
CZ 75 Full Auto
Wesley and Cross use two CZ 75 Full Auto machine pistols with adjustable rear sights, sound suppressors, and ambidextrous CZ 85-style controls. Wesley takes these pistols from his father's mummified body to take care of The Immortal. Referred to as the "Fire Eaters".
CZ 75 Full Auto with a spare magazine - 9x19mm
Cross takes cover while holding his customized CZ 75 Full Auto pistol. Note the adjustable sight and ambidextrous controls.
You can say whatever you want but slow-mo in video games never gets old.
Wesley takes the "Fire Eaters" from his father's mummified body.
The Immortal (becomes a playable character after finishing the game) blind fires
his CZ 75 Full Autos.
Two CZ 85 (ambidextrous version of the CZ 75) pistols are used by Cross, which transform in cutscenes into the Custom Beretta 92FS. The pistols have a 12-round capacity instead of the correct 10 or 16.
Cross takes cover with two CZ 85 pistols. The ambi controls are evident on this image.
Cross takes aim with the dual CZ 85's.
The Glock 17 is used by some guards, usually with a CornerShot. The Glock 17 is depicted to have a Glock 18C-style compensator.
2nd Generation Glock 17 - 9x19mm
A goon uses a CornerShot with a Glock 17 pistol.
Another bad guy with a CornerShot and a Glock 17. Note how there is clearly no selector switch, meaning that this is not a G18C.
Wesley also uses an ornate and compensated two-tone Beretta 92FS / M1911 Hybrid variant called the "Nightshade". Amazingly holds 20 rounds of .357 Magnum.
Para-Ordnance P-14 (Two Tone) - .45 ACP
Wesley with the 92FS/1911 hybrid.
Wesley aims the "Nightshade" pistol while holding a human shield.
Wesley wields the "Nightshade". Note the exposed trigger mechanism which is a dead giveaway of the Beretta 92 series.
Sawed-Off Side by Side Shotgun
Several "elite" enemies are using Sawed-Off SxS shotguns. This is also the weapon used by The Russian.
Sawed-Off Remington SBS - 12 gauge
Wesley brutally kills a goon wielding a Sawed-Off shotgun.
The very last seconds of a "Mountain Elite" holding a Sawed-Off shotgun, before being killed by Wesley's curved bullet.
Araña and several other enemies are using Micro Uzis in the game.
Micro Uzi with folding stock - 9x19mm
The goon being used by Wesley as a human shield holds a Micro Uzi machine pistol with a folding stock.
Araña holds her Micro Uzi during a boss battle.
Heckler & Koch MP5K
The MP5K is used by various assassins.
Heckler & Koch MP5K - 9x19mm
An enemy guard with an MP5K submachine gun.
Brummel (an unlockable skin for the player character) stabs a guard holding an MP5K.
Heckler & Koch UMP
The Heckler & Koch UMP (.40 or .45 version) is used by many guards in the game.
Wesley kicks a guard armed with a UMP.
Wesley stabs a guard armed with a UMP.
Some of the enemies in the later parts of the game use the CornerShot, usually equipped with a Glock 17. The CornerShot allows them to open fire around corner without having to expose themselves. Brummel uses a CornerShot with a 92FS. A fictional version of the firearm is also used by Fox in the movie itself.
CornerShot with Glock 17 - 9x19mm
Cornershot with Glock 17C - 9x19mm.
Brummel poses with his CornerShot fitted with a Beretta 92FS pistol.
A goon uses a CornerShot with a Glock 17 pistol.
Another bad guy with a CornerShot and a Glock.
The French FR F2 sniper rifle is used by Cross, Wesley, The Immortal and some enemies.
Cross takes cover while holding an FR F2 sniper rifle. During this sniping sequence, the FR F2 has unlimited ammo. The ammo counted is not even shown on the HUD.
View through the scope of Wesley's FR F2.
M249 Squad Automatic Weapon
Cross uses an M249 SAW twice in the game; once during the level set in 1984, and later in the level set in 2006.
M249-E2 SAW - upgraded M249 with heat shield and full synthetic Stock, equipped with a 200 round ammo drum - 5.56x45mm
Cross uses an M249 SAW during the first flashback level. The STANAG magazine well is just visible below the ammo belt.