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Freeman: Guerrilla Warfare
Release Date: 2019
Developer: KK Game Studios
Publisher: KK Softworks
Platforms: PC
Genre: First-Person Shooter

Freeman: Guerrilla Warfare is a singleplayer game by KK Game Studios. It is combination of first person shooter and strategy game with RPG elements.

It is set on the fictional island of Cherniv, during a civil war. The player becomes the leader of a new faction with the task of reuniting the whole island by either diplomacy or elimination of every other opposing faction.

The strategic part of the game come from moving around the island, visiting cities and villages, trading, recruiting troops, and meeting squads of other faction's troopers. When the option to attack squad or stronghold, capture town or plunder village is chosen, the game will switch into FPS mode and the player will lead their forces into a firefight.

The following weapons appear in the video game Freeman: Guerrilla Warfare:


Beretta M9A1

The Beretta M9 is in the game as the "Beretta".

Beretta M9A1 - 9x19mm
Beretta M9A1 model in game editor
Beretta M9A1 in game
Iron sights of Beretta M9A1

Desert Eagle Mark XIX

Desert Eagle Mark XIX is known as Eagle 80 in game. The in game model doesn't feature a fluted barrel, therefore it is most likely .50 AE, but it fires .45 ACP ammo.

IMI Desert Eagle Mark XIX - .50 AE.
Desert Eagle model in game editor
Desert Eagle in game
Aiming with Desert Eagle

FN Five-seveN

FN Five-seveN appears in game as FS7.

FN Five-seveN - 5.7x28mm
Five-seveN model in game editor
Five-seveN in game
Aiming with the Five-seveN

Glock 18

Older generation of Glock 18, identified by selector switch on first person model and by ability to fire burst, appears in game as "G19", which is another Glock model entirely.

2nd Generation Glock 18 - 9x19mm.
Glock 18 in game editor.
Glock 18 in game. Notice the selector switch.
Iron sights of in-game Glock 18.


A nickel plated M1911A1 is available in game under name P1911.

M1911A1 - .45ACP.
M1911A1 model in game editor
M1911A1 in game
Aiming with M1911A1.

SIG-Sauer P250

SIG-Sauer P250 appears as P250.

SIG-Sauer P250 Full Size - 9x19mm.
SIG-Sauer P250 Full Size in game editor.
SIG-Sauer P250 Full Size in game
Iron sights of SIG-Sauer P250 Full Size

Tokarev TT-33

TT-33 appears as TT56. Used by female militia.

Tokarev TT-33 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev.
Tokarev TT-33 in game editor.
Tokarev TT-33 in game
Iron sights of Tokarev TT-33

RSA Revolver

RSA Revolver appears under name R1895. The name is likely a reference to the Nagant M1895 revolver, of which the RSA has little resemblance to.

OTs-01 Kobalt/RSA revolver - 9x18mm Makarov
Revolver model in the game editor.
Revolver in game.
Iron sights of the revolver.

Walther PPK

In-game name Makarova. The weapon itself, it seems, was a late idea in development, since it is modeled as a PPK, but with "star" grips and an elongated protrusion at the front lower end of the slide, giving the gun a distant resemblance with the Makarov PM, which the in-game name is clearly referring to.

Walther PPK - .380 ACP
Makarova in game editor
Makarova in game
Iron sights of Makarova

Submachine Guns

Brügger & Thomet P26

The Brügger & Thomet P26 is used by CFR rebel grenadier. In-game name Coral. Suppressed by default.

Brügger & Thomet P26 - 9x19mm
Coral model in game editor.
Coral SMG in game.
Iron sights of Coral SMG.

Carl Gustav M/45

Carl Gustav M/45 appears in game under the name Gustiv SMG. Low rank SMG, can be bought from arms dealers.

Carl Swedish K/Carl Gustav M45 Submachine Gun - 9x19mm.
Carl Gustav model in game editor.
Carl Gustav M/45 in game.
Iron sights of Carl Gustav.


MAC-10, in-game name MAC. Chambered in 9x19mm. Acts as a sidearm.

Ingram MAC-10 - 9x19mm.
MAC-10 in game editor.
MAC-10 in game
Iron sights of MAC-10

M1A1 Thompson

Appears as Thompson. Used by Federal Scouts and Armed Escort Guards. Game model is fitted with 30-round magazine and appears to have a long barrel similar to the civilian semi-auto M1 Thompson carbine ([1]). The sights also come from the M1A1 Thompson and is capable of full-auto fire.

M1A1 Thompson - .45 ACP.
Thompson model in game editor.
Thompson in game.
Iron sights of Thompson.

Heckler & Koch MP5A2

MP5A2, in game name MPS5. Fitted with Navy trigger group and Surefire dedicated forend weaponlight handguard, but without the flashlight. Used by Gangsters, Raiders and Looters.

Heckler & Koch MP5A2 with Surefire dedicated forend weaponlight - 9x19mm.
MP5A2 model in game editor.
MP5A2 in game.
Iron sights of MP5A2.

Heckler & Koch UMP45

Heckler & Koch UMP, in game named UMP9, utilizes 9mm ammo, but has a straight magazine. Used by Armed Bodyguards and Raiders.

Heckler & Koch UMP45 - .45 ACP.
UMP45 model in game editor.
UMP45 in game.
Iron sights of UMP45.


Uzi is the second submachine gun that can fit into the sidearm slot.

IMI Uzi - 9x19mm.
Uzi in game editor.
Uzi in game
Iron sights of the Uzi

TDI Vector

TDI Vector appears as Vector. In-game model is fitted with drum magazine, foregrip, and the third person model has a suppressor attached. Used by Alpha elite scouts and Federal special forces squads.

TDI / KRISS Vector - .45 ACP
Vector in game editor.
TDI Vector in game
Iron sights of the Vector
Game editor render of Vector first person model. This one has no suppressor.


Remington 870 Field Gun

In-game name Remington, the Remington 870 is used by Vulture special forces, female civilian fighters and captains.

Remington 870 Express Field Gun with raised barrel ribbing and 28" barrel - 12 gauge
Remington 870 in game editor.
Remington 870 in game
Aiming with a Remington 870

Franchi SPAS-12

Franchi SPAS-12 is in game as Shot-12. Game model has stock removed. Used by Federal police squad and armed escort bodyguards.

Franchi SPAS-12 combat shotgun with stock removed – 12 gauge
SPAS-12 model in the in-game editor.
SPAS-12 in game
Aiming with the SPAS-12

SWD/Cobray Street Sweeper

SWD/Cobray Street Sweeper appears as Striker-12. Used by VFA special police squads.

SWD/Cobray Street Sweeper with short barrel and top folding stock - 12 gauge.
Street Sweeper in the game editor.
Street Sweeper in game
Aiming with the Street Sweeper


Beretta ARX-160

The Beretta ARX-160 is available in-game, most notably used by FCA grenadiers. While treated like the standard 5.56mm military variant in terms of gameplay, the weapon's actual model is that of the .22 LR version.

Beretta ARX-160 - .22 Long Rifle
A normal Beretta ARX-160, for comparison - 5.56x45mm NATO
The ARX-160's model in the game editor. Note the slightly shorter barrel, small ejection port, and distinctive magazine cutout, all of which differentiate the .22 LR version from the 5.56 one.
An ARX-160 in the hands of an FCA grenadier, and another in those of the player character.
Aiming through the (rather small) iron sights of the ARX-160.

Springfield Armory M1A

The Springfield Armory M1A is named Mk14 in game, but fires only semi-auto and the model has no selector switch. Frequently used by bandits, militia riflemen and snipers, female mountain bandits, and looters. Third person model has no iron sights, while first person model sights seem to be a front sight from an AR-15 and Troy rear sight. Iron sights are removed when gun is fitted with optics.

Springfield Armory M1A - 7.62x51mm (.308 Winchester)
M1A in the in-game editor.
M1A in game
Aiming with an M1A.

Saiga 7.62x39

In-game name VT-14. Used by Pozna fighters, CFR rebels, Snow Fox special snipers and mountain bandits.

Saiga - 7.62x39mm
Saiga in game editor.
Saiga in game
Aiming with a Saiga.

Simonov SKS

A variant of the SKS rifle fitted with Tapco Intrafuse Stock System furniture and AK-style stock appears in game as SKKS. Used by FCA riflemen and CFR Designated marksmen.

SKS with aftermarket Tapco Intrafuse Stock System furniture - 7.62x39mm
SKS in the in-game editor.
SKS in game
Aiming with an SKS.

Assault rifles


The "CQRifle" appears to be a fictionalized hybrid based loosely on an MKb 42(W) receiver with a pistol grip from the 1st pattern FG 42 and an H&K G36 stock. The sights and muzzle also seem to be based on the FG 42's, albeit in a slightly modified form. The handguard and magazine appear to be entirely fictional.

MKb 42(W) - 7.92x33mm Kurz
1st pattern FG 42 - 7.92x57mm Mauser
Heckler & Koch G36V (formerly G36E) with export optical sight - 5.56x45mm NATO
CQRifle model in the game editor.
CQRifle used by militia SMG fighter.
Iron sights of CQRifle.


The AK-12 is depicted as its prototype variant. It fires 7,62 ammo but has a 5,45 magazine. Seen used by Uman militants, pirate leaders and Cossack rebel squads.

Prototype AK-12 - 5.45x39mm, 2012 model
AK-12 in the in-game editor.
AK-12 in the hands of a pirate leader.
Aiming with the AK-12.


The AKM is used by desert bandits and Cossack rebels.

AKM - 7.62x39mm
AKM in the game editor.
AKM used by freedom fighters.
Aiming with AKM.


AK-74M, named AKM-74, is seen in the hands of Cossack rebels, Uman terrorists and militants. It incorrectly fires 7,62mm ammo. The model in game is missing the standard-issue muzzle brake.

AK-74M - 5.45x39mm
AK-74M in game editor.
AK-74M in the game.
Aiming with the AK-74M.


AKS-74U is named AKS78 in game. Just as the AK-74M, it fires 7,62mm ammo despite being modeled with a 5,45mm magazine. It can be seen used by Armored marauders, FCA militia, Uman terrorists, and desert bandits.

AKS-74U - 5.45x39mm
AKS-74U in the game editor.
AKS-74U in-game.
Aiming with the AKS-74U.

AS Val

AS Val appears as VA VAL. It is used by Federal Sharpshooters. Equipped with a scope by default.

AS Val with a PSO-1 scope - 9x39mm
AS Val in the game editor.
Federal sharpshooter holding an AS Val.
Scope reticle of the AS Val.

Bofors Ak 5C

Bofors Ak 5C is sold by some Arms Dealers.

Bofors Ak 5C - 5.56x45mm NATO
Ak 5C in the game editor.
Ak 5C in game.
Aiming with the Ak 5C.

OTs-14-1A Groza

OTs-14 Groza is simply named Groza and is sold by some Arms Dealers.

OTs-14-1A-01 Groza - 7.62x39mm
OTs-14 in game editor.


FN SCAR-H appears in the game incorrectly named SCAR-L, despite being modeled with 7,62x51 magazines. Its iron sights are standard AR-15 sights with a Troy rear sight, the same as those on the in-game M1A. Used by armed desert bandits.

FN SCAR-H STD - 7.62x51mm NATO
SCAR-H in the game editor.
SCAR-H in game.
Iron sights of the SCAR-H.
Iron sights of SCAR-H on the first person model.

Heckler & Koch HK416

Heckler & Koch HK416 appears in game as M416. Used by VFA fighters and Alpha Special Forces squads. It appears to have the same iron sights as the SCAR-H.

Heckler & Koch HK416 with 14.5 inch barrel - 5.56x45mm NATO.
HK416 in the game editor.
HK416 in game.
Iron sights of the HK416.


L85A2 Theatre Entry Standard variant, named simply L85 can be bought from Arms Dealers. Has ACOG scope by default.

L85A2 Theatre Entry Standard (TES) with magazine removed - 5.56x45mm NATO.
L85 in the game editor.
Freedom fighter holding an L85 rifle.
Scope reticle of the ACOG on the L85.

AR-15 Carbine

An AR-15, named M4A is used by Scorpion assaulters, Pozna commandos and Federal armed police. Third person model has sights and gas block removed, iron sights in the first person model are standard AR-15 front sights and what appears to be part of a ladder sight of some kind in the rear. The barrel seems to be too long for an M4 and looks to be more like one of the civilian 16" barrels. Attaching a silencer shortens the barrel. Stock looks like a hybrid of fixed and folding stocks on a very thin buffer tube.

COLT LE6920SOCOM with 16" Barrel, 20-round magazine - 5.56x45mm NATO.
M4A in the game editor.
M4A in game.
Iron sights of the M4A.
M4A with a suppressor and iron sights attached.


M16A4 appears as M16A5. It is used by Federal infantry, VFA marines and Sea Lion special soldiers. Similar to the M4A above, the third person model has no sights or gas block, with the first person model having standard front sights with a gas block and carry handle.

M16A4 with railed handguard, AN/PEQ-2 IR designator, KAC foregrip, and Trijicon TA01 4x32 ACOG scope - 5.56x45mm NATO.
M16A4 in the game editor.
M16A4 in game.
Iron sights of the M16A4.

Magpul PDR

A Magpul PDR appears simply as PDR. It is used by pirate squads. It has a longer barrel than real-life variants and is equipped with a vertical grip (like the PDR-D), despite having the pistol grip and forend of the PDR-C. It loads 30 rounds despite being modeled with a 20 round magazine.

Magpul PDR-C with red dot sight and 20-round polymer magazine - 5.56x45mm NATO
Magpul PDR-D mockup with vertical grip - 5.56x45mm NATO
PDR in the game editor.
PDR in game.
Iron sights of the PDR.

Steyr AUG A1

The Steyr AUG A1 appears as AUG. Can be bought from some Arms Dealers and is used by Cheetah Assaulters.

Steyr AUG A1 - 5.56x45mm NATO.
AUG in game editor.

Machine guns


An M249 without a heat shield appears as Mini-24. Used by Federal machinegunners.

M249 - 5.56x45mm NATO.
M249 in the game editor.
M249 in game.
Iron sights of the M249.


The FN MAG appears under in-game name HMG. Used by FCA shock troops and Alpha elite SMG squads. In-game model has no bipod and barrel shroud.

FN MAG 58 - 7.62x51mm NATO
FN MAG in the game editor.
FN MAG in game.
Iron sights of the FN MAG.


The RPK is in game as PKM74. Used most notably by Terrorists. In-game model has no bipod and AK-74 style muzzle brake.

RPK with 40 round magazine - 7.62x39mm.
RPK in the game editor.
RPK in game.
Iron sights of the RPK.

Sniper Rifles

Desert Tactical Arms SRS

The Desert Tactical Arms Stealth Recon Scout appears as AWR. Used by Cossack rebel female snipers and Trained marksmen. Default sights are the same as those on the SCAR.

DTA Stealth Recon Scout - .338 Lapua Magnum.
Desert Tech SRS in the game editor.
Desert SRS in game.
Iron sights of the Desert SRS.


The M40A5 Sniper Rifle appears as SR100. Can be bought from merchants.

M40A5 sniper rifle with Harris bipod - 7.62x51mm NATO.
M40A5 in the game editor.

Steyr SSG-08

The Steyr SSG 08 is in game under name SSG08. Can be bought from merchants.

Steyr SSG 08 - 7.62x51mm NATO.
SSG-08 in the game editor.

Izhmash SV-98

A modern version of the SV-98 with folding stock appears as SV-98M. Used by Alpha elite snipers.

Modern version of SV-98 - 7.62x54mmR.
SV-98 in the game editor.
SV-98 in game.
Scope reticle of the SV-98.

SVD Dragunov

The SVD Dragunov appears as SVD. Used notably by Pozna elite snipers and Owl special snipers.

SVD Dragunov - 7.62x54mm R.
SVD in the game editor.
SVD in game.
Scope reticle of SVD.



RPG-7 appears as RPG. Can be bought from merchants.

RPG-7 - 40mm.
RPG in the game editor.


NPC-only item "Grenade launcher" has an icon depicting aPanzerfaust.

Panzerfaust - 44mm with 149mm warhead
Panzerfaust on the icon of the Grenade launcher in inventory.

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