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ZombiU is a first-person shooter survival horror video game from Ubisoft, initially exclusively for the Wii U console, before later released as Zombi for Steam, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One in August 2015. It takes place in London during a zombie outbreak. The game has an interesting "permanent death" feature; when the player's character is killed, he (or she) becomes a zombie and the player will continue as a different survivor. Then it is possible to kill your previous character, to reclaim your gear.
'The following weapons appear in the video game ZombiU:
Desert Eagle Mark XIX
The Desert Eagle Mark XIX appears as "Magnum Pistol". This is the most powerful pistol in the game. Even though it holds 9 rounds, it has a non-fluted barrel, so technically it is not a "Magnum" pistol.
FN Browning HP
The Browning HP is the default pistol in the game. It is incorrectly shown to operate in DAO mode, like the Desert Eagle and the P226. Listed as "L9A1".
SIG Sauer P226
The suppressed P226 is the second pistol the player acquires. Holds 15 rounds by default, can be upgraded to hold 19 bullets.
Double Barreled Shotgun
A 12 Gauge Double Barreled Shotgun is also usable. This is the weakest shotgun with its 2-shell capacity.
The Benelli M4 is known as the "M4 Tactical" and features a 7-shot capacity and fast fire rate.
The Remington 870 shotgun has a 4-shell capacity and slow reload. Known as "Model 870" in the game.
Heckler & Koch MP5SD3
The Heckler & Koch MP5SD3 can be used to kill zombies without notifying the other zombies around. It has a SEF-style receiver, but the selector markings are from a Navy-style receiver, even though the fire modes are swapped: instead of Safe-Semi-Auto it has Auto-Semi-Safe.
Heckler & Koch UMP45
The H&K UMP45 appears as "UMP45" and holds a correct 25 rounds. Shares ammo with the MP5.
The AK-47 is also usable. It is the second best weapon after the SA80.
Lee-Enfield No.4 Mk.I
The Lee-Enfield No.4 Mk.I is the first rifle the player can acquire. It shares ammo with the Remington 770 rifle. It is likely based on the L8A1 Reserve rifle which was a factory converted No.4 made for .308/7,62 NATO ammunition. It is reloaded by removing the magazine, rather than loading rounds individually or by stripper clips; while this is possible, it was never done with real-life service weapons as they were only issued with one magazine, which was only detached for cleaning purposes.
The scoped Remington 770 appears as "Model 770". Has a 5-round capacity and uses "Carbine Ammo" like the SMLE.
The Browning M2HB, referred to as "Machine Gun Turret", is seen emplaced at various locations.