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Isonzo is the third entry of the WWI Game Series, taking the setting to the Alpines Front and is named after the twelve Battles of the Isonzo River from 1915 to 1918 in northern Italy. At that time, Austria-Hungary's troops fought bloody battles against Italy's soldiers in various areas in the Alps. A good 500,000 people lost their lives in the process.
The following weapons appear in the video game Isonzo:
The Beretta M1915 is available for the Italian Officer, Engineer, Assault, and Marksman as the "Beretta Modello 1915". The Austro-Hungarian Officer can also use the M1915 as their last unlock, representing a captured weapon.
The Frommer Stop is available to the Austro-Hungarian Officer and Marksman, referred to by its full name.
The Roth-Steyr M1907 is usable by the Austro-Hungarian Officer.
The Steyr M1912 is available for the Austro-Hungarian Officer, Assault, and Marksman as the "Steyr M1912 'Steyr-Hahn'". A captured version is available to the Italian Officer.
The default sidearm of the Italians is the Bodeo Model 1889. It is available to the Officer and Marksman.
Rast & Gasser 1898
The Rast & Gasser 1898 is available to the Austro-Hungarians. Like its Italian counterpart revolver, it is available to the Officer and Marksman.
Villar Perosa M1915
The Villar Perosa M1915 appears as a weapon for the Italian side, available exclusively to Assault as the "Villar Perosa 9mm Mo. 15". It is the only man-portable fully automatic usable by the Italians. It can be fired from both barrels when mounted on its bipod, or hipfired from a single barrel. The reload animation for the Villar Perosa is incorrect; the player does not press the magazine release catches, instead just yanking the magazines out of the feeds, and the cocking pawls both retract together instead of individually.
The Carcano M91 is the standard rifle for the Italians. It is the default rifle of the Italian Rifleman, Marksman, and Engineer and can be unlocked for use by the Officer and Mountaineer. The Rifleman can make use of a Benaglia rifle grenade while the Marksman has access to a telescopic scope for their Carcano. The Austro-Hungarian Riflemen and Marksmen can use captured Carcanos as their final unlocks. It if referred to as "Fucile da Fanteria Mo. 1891 'Carcano'".
The Carcano M91 Carbine appears as "Moschetto da Cavalleria Mo. 91". It is used exclusively by the Italian Mountaineer, with the Austro-Hungarian Mountaineer able to unlock it as well.
The Carcano M91 TS carbine is also available for the Italian Engineer and Assault. Their Austro-Hungarian counterparts can also unlock the rifle. It is referred to as the "Moschetto per Truppe Speciali Mo. 91".
Steyr Mannlicher M1895
The Steyr Mannlicher M1895 is the standard rifle for the Austro-Hungarians. It is usable by the Officer, Rifleman, Engineer, and Marksman. The Rifleman can unlock a rifle grenade for use and the Marksman has access to a scoped variant, and the Italian Riflemen and Marksman have access to captured rifles.
Steyr Mannlicher M1888-90
Infanterie Repetier-Gewehr M.95
The Vetterli M1870/87/15 is the second unlockable rifle for the Italians. It is usable by the Rifleman and Marksman classes.
The Swiss-Italian Vetterli-Vitali M1870/87 will be a playable rifle for the Italians.
The Fiat-Revelli M1914 with ribbed water barrel is the standard heavy machine gun at Italian positions. Caproni bombers could be armed with the aircraft version.
A Madsen M1902 is seen in a trailer.
Schwarzlose Model 07/12
The Schwarzlose Machine Gun Model 07/12 returns as the heavy machine gun for the Austro-Hungarians. It is incorrectly modelled after a Romanian post-war version with an extended barrel and cooling jacket.
Hebel Model 1894
The Rohr Handgranate
9 cm Minenwerfer M. 14
The Austrian Minenwerfer M. 14 was the first sign of the game in the pre-reveal trailer.
15 cm Škoda M.14
Cannone da 65/17 modello 13
Cannone da 149 G (149/23)
The Italian fortress/siege gun is also seen in some promotional images.
The Lanciabombe Bettica (Bettica bomb launcher) will be available for the Italians.