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Warface is a free-2-play first-person shooter for the PC developed by Crytek. The game is split into 2 versions: Warface East (the Russian version) and Warface West (the Western version, AKA America and Europe). Warface East gives to most of weapons their proper names, and Warface West gives weapons fictional names, due to copyright. Despite this, some weapons in Warface West have names that are true to their real-life counterparts. The same goes for some weapons and their textures. In beta stage, Warface East used the same names for weapons as West.
For notability's sake, only the Warface West names will be pointed out as the in-game names on this page (and elsewhere on the site). A list of weapon name differences between Warface East and West can be found here. As of June 5th, 2018, My.com, the game's current publisher, has updated most of Warface West's weapon names to be accurate to their real-life counterparts, like in the East version.
There are totally four classes in the game, each using different categories of weapons. Rifleman uses Assault Rifles and Machine Guns, Medic uses Shotguns, Engineer uses SMGs, and Sniper uses Sniper Rifles. All classes also have access to a variety of pistols, melee weapons, grenades and other equipment. All new players have access only to a Rifleman and a Sniper, but progressing through game unlocks a Medic and a Engineer for use later.
Much like other Cry Engine games, the weapons can be customized on the fly.
The following weapons appear in the video game Warface:
Almost everything in this game can be obtained with the help of three types of currency: Warface Money (main in-game currency, also known as Warbucks in Warface East), Kredits (can be bought with real money) and Crowns (can be obtained through completing PvE missions). Some weapons, equipment and attachments require unlocking through the Vendors system. They are divided into 3 types of rarity: Common, Rare and Ultra Rare. Weapon vendor also has the 4th, Legendary type of rarity. Legendary weapons, in general, have stats, comparable to Kredit weapons, and also come with a variety of different unique attachments that are unlocked with the weapon and aren't available on any other weapon.
The Beretta 93R appears as the "M93R". It is the only Rare sidearm in the Vendor system. M93R is basically an inferior version of the later Calico M950. Like Calico, it shoots in 3-round bursts, but it also has overall worse stats compared to its Ultra Rare counterpart.
The Beretta M9 appears as the "MD9". Like Daewoo K5, M9 is available for purchase from the start of the game for in-game currency. It is more expensive compared to K5 and offers slightly more firepower at the cost of slightly lower rate of fire.
Browning Hi-Power Mark III
The Browning Hi-Power Mark III appears as the "High Power Pistol", developed by "John
Brown Redling" in Warface West. It is a starting sidearm for all classes and, as such, doesn't require purchase nor repair, but have rather unimpressive stats overall.
Chiappa Rhino 60DS
The Chiappa Rhino 60DS appears as the "Abada 266mm".
The Colt Python appears as the Ultra Rare handgun available through the Vendor system. All new players can also gain access to it for a limited time after completing Engineer training course. It has a mounted accessory rail at the to of the barrel and can mount a variety of shared weapon sights thanks to it.
CZ 75 Automatic
The CZ 75 Automatic appears as the "WX-86" in Warface West.
CZ 75 TS Czechmate Parrot
The CZ 75 Czechmate Parrot appears in the game as Kredit weapon available only through Warbox system. It comes with the C-More sight by default that can be removed through customization menu.
The Daewoo K5 appears as the "GU5". According to the in-game description, it is made by "Global Universe Precision Industries" of South Korea. Like M9, K5 is available for purchase from the very beginning and require the least amount of War money in order to do so. It offers slightly better stats compared to the starting pistol.
Desert Eagle Mark XIX
The Desert Eagle Mark XIX with under-barrel accessory rail and compensator cuts on the barrel appears as the "Eagle Eye". Bizarrely, the weapon is depicted incorrectly as being DAO; considering the similarly SAO Browning is not this seems especially odd. Just like the USP and Python, Desert Eagle have an ability to mount shared weapon sights.
FN Five-seveN USG
The FN Five-seveN USG appears as the "P-57".
The Glock 18C appears as the "S18G", "a variation of the S17G" as described by the weapon description.
Heckler & Koch USP
The Heckler & Koch USP is purchasable from the Warface shop. It appears as the "ZX84 USP" in Warface West. Rather confusingly, the "ZX84" name is applied to a lot of other H&K guns in the game, be it SMGs, machine guns, assault rifles, or sniper rifles, all called "ZX84" as if H&K became an edgy cyberpunk megacorporation with numbers in its name. It has a 13-round magazine, meaning it is the .40 S&W version, and a custom optic mount that is so ridiculously low to the slide that it's barely visible while aiming. The rear sights are blank and the front sight has a green tritium dot. The mount grants usage of 2 optics for primary weapons. In addition, the full array of "Muzzle" attachments for secondaries is available.
The Luger P08 is known as the "Bellum" in Warface West, one word from the phrase "Si vis pacem, para bellum" from which the 9x19mm Parabellum got its name.
Magnum Research Micro Eagle
The Micro Desert Eagle appears as the "Pink Micro Eagle Eye" in Warface West. It is available only through Kredit Warboxes and comes with two unique attachments, but can't use any generic pistol attachments.
MasterPiece Arms MPA930DMG
Appears almost correctly as the "WPA 039 GMD" in Warface West. As a Legendary weapon, it features a unique suppressor that isn't available on any other sidearm.
Mateba Model 6 Unica
A Mateba Model 6 Unica with a 6 inch barrel and a muzzle brake appears as the "HEX Autorevolver", with "HEX" referring to its hexagonal cylinder according to the in-game description.
The MP-443 Grach is known as "Shark-443" in Warface West and "PYa" in Warface East. It is available only through the Warbox system. It comes with unusable custom underbarrel accessory rail and is capable of mounting all standard "Muzzle" attachments.
The Nagant M1895. Appears simply as "M1895" in Warface West. It comes with one unique suppressor.
The Norinco QSZ-92 is known as the "Q-92" in Warface West.
A SIG-Sauer P226R coming with extended magazine, suppressor and weapon sight by default appears as the "AY 226".
Smith & Wesson Model 327 M&P R8
Appears as the "S&W M&P R8" in Warface East. It has the largest magazine among revolvers and features a unique Leupold DeltaPoint red dot sight.
Springfield Armory Loaded 1911
The Springfield Armory Loaded 1911 appears as the "R1911D1" in Warface West, and "M1911A1" in Warface East.
The Stechkin APS appears as the "STCC" in Warface West.
The Steyr M9-A1 appears under the rather simple name "M9A1" in Warface West.
The Taurus Judge. It is unique among other sidearms due to its use of .410 shotgun shells instead of standard pistol ammunition. Unlike other shotguns, however, it can be used by all the classes and not only Medic.
The Walther P99 appears as the "Otto W77".
Beretta Mx4 Storm
The Beretta Mx4 Storm appears under its real name, though Warface West omits Beretta from the name.
Brügger & Thomet MP9
The Brügger & Thomet MP9 appears as the "MT-19", and is manufactured by "Defensive Arms of Australia" according to its in-game description.
Calico Liberty 100
What appears to be a Calico Liberty 100 appears in the game under the incorrect name "Calico M951S", despite lacking M951's unique compensator, foregrip and having a fixed stock instead of a telescopic one. It appears as one of the four fully automatic sniper rifles, available through Kredit Warboxes only, and is infamous in the game for its good damage, high rate of fire and rather huge magazine size for a sniper rifle.
The Calico M950 appears in the game, named "M900" and manufactured by "Howard Light Weapon Systems" according to the weapon description. It incorrectly fires in 3-round bursts.
The Calico M955A with a brown coloration appears as the "M95AR" in Warface West, and is a Rifleman primary weapon. The Warface West description also calls it the "M9551", and also says that it is a semi-automatic rifle (the same mistake can be seen in Warface East) despite it not being one even in gameplay.
The Calico M960A appears as the "M99AS".
A rail-equipped Daewoo K7 is an available submachine gun, named the "GU7" in Warface West, consistent with the renaming of the Daewoo K5 as the "GU5".
FN P90 Tactical
The FN P90 Tactical is a submachine gun in Warface, appearing as the "PDW 19" in Warface West.
Heckler & Koch MP5A5
The Heckler & Koch MP5A5 appears as the "H&K MP5" in Warface East and as the "ZX84 SMG" in Warface West, made by "Zettler & Melz GmbH" according to the description. It is the default weapon for the Engineer Class. The in-game model features a Choate side-folding stock and railed forend. It can be customized with 2 optics, a generic foregrip, and 2 suppressors: one generic and the other SMG-specific.
Custom Heckler & Koch MP5A3
A heavily customized MP5A3 with Navy trigger group is a Legendary Vendor weapon that incorrectly appears in every version of the game as the A5 variant, that is reflected in weapon's names: "ZX84 A5 Custom" in Western version and "HK MP5A5 Custom" in every other. It features color scheme similar to the RAL8000, custom flash hider, Spuhr railed forend, aftermarket charging handle and AR-15 stock adapter with installed Strike Industries Viper Mod-1 stock. It is compatible with every attachement available for the Engineer class. As the Legendary weapon, it also features a unique attachment, RAMBO SP-6 1x66 sight.
Heckler & Koch MP7A1
The Heckler & Koch MP7A1 appears as the "MM28" in Warface West, and is still made by "Zettler & Melz GmbH".
Heckler & Koch UMP45
The Heckler & Koch UMP45 appears as the "ZX84 UMP".
IMI Mini UZI
The Mini Uzi is an available weapon, named "Micro Oren" in Warface West, which is "the smaller variant of the Oren SMG". Oren by the way is a Jewish name.
The PP-19 Bizon-2 with custom side-mounted rails appears as the "Smg-19 Wisent", wisent being a name for European bison.
Jianshe JS 9mm
The Jianshe JS 9mm is an available weapon, named "Ch 9mm" in Warface West. Its weapon description states that it is made by "Saluen Group Corporation" as an export version of the "CCW-05."
It is modeled with a right-handed only charging handle (as in the left side is completely flat with no slit as a charging handle option), which is the feature of an early prototype version of the weapon showcased by Jianshe. More weirdly though, it has ambidextrous selector switches, which no version of the JS 9mm has.
The LWRC SMG-45 is available in the game.
The PM-98 appears as the older "PM-84 Glauberyt Custom" in every region except for the West, where it appears as "AP-84 Custom".
The PP-2000 appears as the "TT-3000".
The PPSh-41 appears as the "MP 717", which is the designation the Wehrmacht gave to captured PPSh submachine guns during WWII.
Masterpiece Arms MPA10SST-X
The .380 ACP version of the Masterpiece Arms MPA10SST, the MPA10SST-X, appears as the "MP .38" in Warface West.
Sa. Vz. 83 Skorpion
The Sa. Vz. 83 Skorpion is known as the "Metasoma 83" in Warface West. Metasoma is the tail of the scorpion.
The SR-2M Veresk is an available weapon, called the "SN-5G Sarosk" in Warface West.
Steyr AUG A3 9mm XS
The Steyr AUG A3 9mm XS appears as the "AUG A3 9mm XS" in Warface East and as the "A3 9mm XS" in Warface West, and the Warface West description states that it is "a variant of the original A3-210 assault rifle", which is the Warface West name of the AUG A3.
There are currently two variants of TDI Vector in the game. First of them, named after its proprietary weapons system, appears as "Kriss super V" and is available through the Vendor system as an Ultra Rare submachine gun and is modeled after the Gen I model. The second one is modeled after the Gen II model and is named as "Kriss Super V Custom". Unlike its Vendor counterpart, Custom version was available during the "K.I.W.I." event and is fitted with stock adapter and Magpul UBR stock. It also features a unique suppressor modeled after KRISS Vector CRB Enchanced's barrel shroud.
The AA-12 CQB appears as the "FAS-12" in Warface West.
Benelli M4 Super 90
The Benelli M4 Super 90 is known as "Richmond M4 Super 90" in Warface West. Richmond is a name that you will see a few more times on this page, being applied to other weapons from different real life manufacturers.
Benelli Supernova Tactical
Just like the M4 Super 90, the Benelli Supernova Tactical appears as the "Richmond Nova Tactical" in Warface West.
Crye Precision SIX12
The 1st prototype of the Crye Precision SIX12 appears as "Accuracy SEVEN" in Warface West.
The USAS-12 is known as "US-12" in Warface West.
Derya Anakon AK-100
The Derya Anakon AK-100 appears as simply "Anakon" in Warface East and as the "Boas Semi-Automatic Shotgun" in Warface West, since Anakon sounds like Anaconda.
Derya MK-10 VR 103
The Derya MK-10 VR 103 is named "Anatolia RK-102" in Warface West and "Derya MK-10 VR 102" in Warface East.
FABARM SAT 8 PRO TELESCOPIC
The FABARM SAT 8 Pro Telescopic appears as the "Fararm S.A.T 8 Pro" in Warface West. All other FABARM appearances are similarly renamed to Fararm in Warface West.
Fabarm STF 12 COMPACT
The Fabarm STF 12 COMPACT is renamed to "Fararm ATF 12" in Warface West.
Fabarm XLR5 Velocity LR
Titanium silver left-handed version of the Fabarm XLR5 Velocity LR appears in the game as "Fabarm XLR5 Prestige".
The Franchi SPAS-12 appear as the "PHS-12" in Warface West. It is used exclusively in pump-action mode.
The Franchi SPAS-15, in the same vein as SPAS-12, is renamed to "PHS-15" in Warface West. It is used exclusively in Pump-action.
The Hawk 97-2 appears as the "Kite Pump" in Warface West.
The Kel-Tec KSG appears as the "Kel-Tec Shotgun" in Warface East, and as the "PEG-KT" in Warface West. The PEG name will reappear a lot on the shotgun section of this page because it is applied to a few completely unrelated shotguns.
LSA Saiga 12 Signcutter CS-VLR
The LSA Saiga 12 Signcutter CS-VLR appears as simply "Saiga" in Warface East and the "PEG" in Warface West. What relation does it have with all the other "PEG" weapons in Warface West is unknown.
A MAG-7 with a custom foldable stock and a foregrip on its is forearm appears as the "PEG-7" in Warface West.
The Molot Vepr-12 is known as "Vepr" in Warface East and "VIPER" in Warface West.
Mossberg 500 Custom
Mossberg 500, customized with various Magpul attachments, appears as "Mossberg 500 Custom".
Mossberg 590 with Sidewinder Venom kit
A Mossberg 590 with a Sidewinder Venom kit and a special red dot sight attached by default appears as the "Sidewinder Venom" in Warface East and "SX-41" in Warface West.
The MTs255 Tactical appears as the "MC 255 12" in both Warface East and West.
The Pancor Jackhammer appears as the "Jackhammer" in Warface East and "Piledriver" in Warface West.
The Remington 870 appears as the "Richmond 770" in Warface West. It is a starting weapon for Medic and, as such, doesn't require repairs.
Remington 870 Express Tactical
A further customized Remington 870 Express Tactical appears as the "Remington 870 CB" in Warface East and "Richmond 870 CB" in Warface West.
Saiga 12 in AKU-94 bullpup kit
The AKU-94 bullpup kit conversion of the Saiga 12 appears as incorrectly "Saiga-12S" and "PEG Bullpup" in Warface East and West respectively.
Saiga 12 (H.G.C. custom)
SRM Arms Model 1216
The SRM Arms Model 1216 appears as the "SHG M1217" in Warface West.
Sentinel Arms Striker-12
The Sentinel Arms Striker-12 appears as the "Cobray Striker" in Warface East and simply "Striker" in Warface West. The Warface East name misapplies the Striker-12 name to Cobray.
The UTAS UTS-15 is known as "RST-14" in Warface West.
Winchester Model 1897 "Trench Gun"
The Winchester Model 1897 "Trench Gun" appears as the "Johnson 1957" in Warface West.
AAC Honey Badger
The AAC Honey Badger appears as "CCR Honey Badger" in Warface West. It comes with an integrated suppressor by default.
The AK-Alfa appears as the "AK Alpha". It was available during the "Absolute Power" event.
The AK-9 appears as "FY-9" in Warface West. Unlike other 9x39 assault rifle, AS "VAL", AK-9 is used by the Engineer rather than Rifleman. Interestingly enough, "FY" name was also used in Crysis games for the AK-type rifle.
The AK-103 appears as the "FY-103" in Warface West.
The AKM appears, incorrectly referred to as the AK-47.
The AS Val appears "AR-"GAR"" in Warface West.
The Bushmaster ACR appears as "CCR" in Warface West.
A customized Colt M4A1 is a starting weapon for the Rifleman class in the game and appears as "R4A1".
The Colt M16A4 appears as the
Mk 18 Mod 1
The Mk 18 Mod 1 appears in the game as "R4 CQB" in Warface West. It is an Engineer's weapon available from the start and it offers slightly better stats over the starting MP5.
The Daewoo K1 appears as the "GU1", and uses its Korean military classification as a Submachine Gun.
The Daewoo K2.
Desert Tech Micro Dynamic Rifle Compact
The prototype version of the Desert Tech MDR-C appears in the game as an Engineer's weapon.
DSA SA58 OSW
The DSA SA58 OSW.
The Enfield L85A2.
The FAMAS F1.
FB MSBS-5.56B Radon
The FB MSBS-5.56B Radon.
FN F2000 Tactical
The FN F2000 Tactical.
FN SCAR PDW
The FN SCAR PDW (previously the EXAR-L PDW in WF West) appears as a Kredit Box weapon and is classified as a submachine gun in-game. It is erroneously modeled with a standard SCAR stock instead of its special collapsing stock, and also features a Magpul MIAD pistol grip, PMAG, modified MBUS sights, and no gas block sight. It has an exclusive “Tactical Grip” attachment, taking the form of a magwell grip that aids in reload speed, accuracy, and sway reduction.
FN SCAR-H CQC
The FN SCAR-H CQC.
Heckler & Koch G36C
The Heckler & Koch G36C. Appears as the "Z84".
Heckler & Koch G36KV
The Heckler & Koch G36KV.
Heckler & Koch XM8 Carbine
Heckler & Koch XM8 Compact Carbine
The Heckler & Koch XM8 Compact Carbine. Mistakenly classified as a sub-machine gun.
HS Produkt VHS-D2, CT-1.5x
The VHS-D2, CT-1.5x.
The IMBEL IA2.
IMI Galil 7.62
The IMI Galil 7.62.
IMI Tavor CTAR-21
The Tavor CTAR-21 appears as the "Karkom SMG". It is incorrectly classified as a submachine gun by the game and, as such, is available to Engineer rather than Rifleman.
IMI Tavor TAR-21
The IMI Tavor TAR-21. Appears as the "Karkom" in Warface West and "Tavor TAR-21" in Warface East.
A slightly modified Norinco QBZ-97 appears as the "T27" in Warface West and "Type 97" in Warface East.
Ohio Ordnance HCAR
Remington ACR PDW
The Remington ACR PDW.
Salient Arms International GRY
The Salient Arms International GRY appears as the SAI GRY AR-15 (formerly WAI GRAY RG-15 in Warface West), fitted with an extended 40 round magazine.
SIG SG 551
The SIG SG 551.
SIG SG 552
The SIG SG 552
Steyr AUG A3
The Steyr AUG A3.
Steyr AUG A3 with HBAR barrel
The Steyr AUG A3 appears with a long HBAR-style barrel as the "AUG A3 HBAR".
The Sturmgewehr 44.
Colt Model 950 LMG
The Colt Model 950 LMG. Appears as the "M16A2 LMG".
The Daewoo K3 appears as the "GU3" in Warface West, consistent with the (re)naming of other Daewoo weapons.
The FN M240B appears as the "LMG240" in Warface West and "M240B" in other versions. Originally it was the only weapon that didn't have standard version and was available only in Elite (Crown) version. Now it is exclusive for the "Battle Royale" game mode.
FN M249 PARA
The FN M249 PARA.
Heckler & Koch MG4KE
The Heckler & Koch MG4KE.
Heckler & Koch G36 ("MG36")
A hybrid of the Heckler & Koch G36 with the G36C carrying handle and a C-Mag is misnamed "H&K MG36" in Warface East. MG36 was an abandoned variant of the G36, which was even mentioned in the translated Warface East item description, except that the depicted weapon is not the MG36 since the carrying handle is from the G36C. Warface West just calls it a "ZX84 MG", circumventing the whole "portraying real weapons with real names" mess.
Heckler & Koch XM8 Automatic Rifle
The Molot RPKM, simply called the “RPK” (previously the “FY LMG” in the West), appears as a vendor weapon. It uses 75-round drums, and features a permanently-mounted optic rail on its left-side dovetail mount. It also features a rail at the 6 o’clock position, allowing for mounting of foregrips in-game in addition to using the pre-deployed bipod. It is also perhaps the only MG-type weapon to allow mounting of a bayonet.
The PKP Pecheneg.
The Rheinmetall MG3.
Accuracy International Arctic Warfare Magnum
Accuracy International AS50
Accuracy International AX308
Barrett Model 98 Bravo
The Barrett M107.
Cheyenne Tactical M-200 Intervention
DSA SA58 Special Purpose Rifle
The DSR-Precision DSR-1. It is one of three bolt-action sniper rifles available through vendor system. Unlike its fellow rifle TPG-1, DSR-1 has higher damage per shot, but much lower rate of fire.
Heckler & Koch SL8-6
The Heckler & Koch SL8-6.
Heckler & Koch XM8 Sharpshooter Rifle
The Heckler & Koch XM8 Sharpshooter Rifle. Appears as the "ACR7 SNR".
IMI Sniper Tavor STAR-21
The IMI Sniper Tavor STAR-21 appears in the game as "Karkom SNR Navy Blue". It is a semi-auto only sniper rifle with surprisingly big magazine size and decent damage, but with high recoil. This rifle is available through vendor system. There also was a fully automatic version of this rifle named simply as "Karkom SNR". Unlike its semi-automatic counterpart, Karkom SNR had a black finish and was available for real-world currency only.
M39 Enhanced Marksman Rifle
M40A5 Sniper Rifle
The M40A5 Sniper Rifle.
Magpul Masada SPR
The Magpul Masada SPR.
The McMillan CS5.
Mk. 12 Mod 0 SPR
The Norinco QBU-88.
The ORSIS T-5000.
The Remington RSASS.
SIG SG 550 SR
The SIG SG 550 SR.
The Steyr Scout.
The SVD Dragunov is a starting weapon for the Sniper class and appears the "SVK" in Warface West.
The SVU-AS appears as the "SVK-AS" in Warface West. True to its name, it is has a full-auto firing mode, just like three older fully automatic sniper rifles. Unlike most of other sniper rifles, it doesn't have support for generic sniper rifle bipods, but instead has an ability to fold and unfold its own built-in one. It also isn't possible to replace its standard muzzle device. Basic version incorrectly holds 15 rounds (and golden version holds even more incorrect 20 rounds) in the magazine despite using exactly the same magazine model as SVD.
Unique Alpine TPG-1
The Unique Alpine TPG-1.
The VSS Vintorez.
Walther WA 2000
The Walther WA 2000.
The SA-18 Grouse appears in the game's PVE missions. It is incorrectly referred to as the SA-16 (actually a later version despite what the NATO reporting name would suggest) however that features a conical seeker cover, as oppsoed to the cylindrical SA-18 cover used on the game model.
Grenades & Explosives
M18 smoke grenade
Four types of M18 smoke grenade can be found in-game. White, Blue, Red, and Yellow.
The "M18 Claymore" (named "R18 Claymore" in Warface West, referred as "R18A1 Claymore" in Warface West description, also referred as simply "Directional Mine" in some places) is actually an M18A1 Claymore due to its scissor-legs. It is triggered by lasers.
M26 hand grenade
The M26 hand grenade.