Tannenberg is a multiplayer FPS set in the First World War. The developers from Verdun take the focus now on the eastern front between 1914 - 1918. It is named after the infamous Battle of Tannenberg in 1914. Tannenberg offers a range of game modes - including the exciting new mode reflecting the different nature of the war on the Eastern Front - and a wealth of historical detail: realistic WWI weaponry, authentic uniforms, horrendous gore, and maps based on real battlefields, this time in the forests, plains and mountains along the border between the Russian Empire and the Central Powers.
The following weapons appear in the video game Tannenberg:
Some classes of the Latvian Riflemen squad have access to the American M1911 Pistol. The use of this pistol was not uncommon on the Eastern Front of WW1, since Russia ordered a large stock of it via the United Kingdom. Recognizable by the Cyrillic text on the side what can be translated as "English order".
The Frommer Stop is available for the K.u.K. Trupp squad that only consists of Hungarians in-game (K.u.K. stands for Kaiser- und Königlich, Imperial and Royal, and is the abbreviation for the Dual Monarchy of Austria-Hungary).
The Luger P08 is a sidearm for the German Infanterie and the Bulgarian squad.
The Mauser C96 is an available pistol for the German Empire and the Bulgarians.
The Roth-Steyr M1907 pistol is available with the March 2018 update for the K.u.K. Trupp.
The Steyr M1912 is available for the Austrian officer class.
MAS Mle. 1892
The Mle 1892 Revolver is available with the May 2018 Romanian update. The Romanian use of this revolver comes from the French military mission (1916-1918) to aid it to fight the Central Powers.
The Nagant M1895 with accurate rounded front sight is used by the Russian Cossacks, Frontovik, Romanian and Bulgarian squads.
Rast & Gasser 1898
The Rast & Gasser 1898 revolver is available for the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
The Reichsrevolver M1883 is the only available revolver for the Germans.
Smith & Wesson No.3 Russian Model
The Smith & Wesson No.3 Russian Model is also available for the Bulgarians, Romanians, and Russians. Appears as the Smith & Wesson No.3 "S&W No.3".
Arisaka Type 30
The Japanese Arisaka Type 30 rifle is available for the Russian Empire (Latvian and Frontovik squad) and can be equipped with the Type 30 bayonet. As a part of the shortage of rifles during the start of WW1, Russia supplied/purchased around three-hundred thousand "Rifle, Magazine, .256in Pattern 1900" rifles from Great Britain. This appearance in British service was because of the 1902 Anglo-Japanese Alliance.
Arisaka Type 38
The improved Arisaka Type 38 was added with the 2019 "Latvian Expansion". Despite it still uses the 6.5x50mm cartridge, it is strengthened and is fitted with a dust cover. In 1914, Russia purchased a huge stock from Japan and in 1916, Britain, called "Rifle, Magazine, .256in Pattern 1907", also sold a large number to Russia as well. Another purchase was the 7x57mm Mexican Arisaka rifles, which weren't delivered to Mexico in 1911 due to the Revolution. Despite the improvements, it has the same stats as the Type 30.
Berdan No. 2
The single-shot Berdan No. 2 Rifle came into the game with the release; available for the Russians and the Romanians. Appears as the "Berdana obr. 1870G Berdan II". This rifle was given to second-line units.
Berthier Mle. 1907/15
The Berthier 1907-15 is also an available rifle for the Romanians.
The updated Gewehr 1888/05, which is able to use Mauser stripper clips instead of en-blocs, is an available rifle for the German Empire. The G88/05 can be equipped with a Seitengewehr 98/05 which is correct, since the G88 didn't have a standard bayonet. Much older bayonets were also used such as the SG 71, 71/84, and 88/98.
The Karabiner 1888, carbine version of the earlier Gewehr 1888 can also be used by German forces and is one of two rifles in the Rifle Deathmatch mode that could be equipped with a Goerz 3X Custom scope.
Lebel Mle. 1886 M93
The French Lebel 1886 rifle came in with the Romanian update. Having a magazine capacity of 8 rounds, the reload time is the highest of all rifles in-game.
The Martini-Henry is available for the Bulgarians and Romanians. Appears as the "M1879 Peabody-Martini" and has a "Română Arma Md. 1895" stamp on the right side of the receiver and can be equipped with a British P1876 bayonet.
Mauser Gewehr 1898
The Mauser Gewehr 1898 is a playable rifle for the German Empire. It is also the first gun unlocked in the Rifle Deathmatch mode in which it can be either equipped with a 20-round Grabenmagazin (trench magazine) or a Goerz 3X Custom scope.
Mauser Karabiner 98AZ
The Mauser 98AZ Carbine appears as the "Karabiner 98AZ".
The Mannlicher M1893 rifle came in also with the Romanian update and is called "Pusca Romana Model 1893" in-game. Unlike the other Mannlicher rifles in-game, it has a strengthened turning-bolt action but uses the "en-bloc" system. It can be equipped with an M1893 bayonet.
The carbine version of the M93, issued to artillery and cavalry units, is also available for the Romanians.
Mosin Nagant M1891
The Mosin Nagant M91 is available for the Russian Cossacks, Frontovik, and Romanian squads.
The Dragoon variant is also available for both Russian and Romanian squads. The fire rate and reload time are better than the M91 infantry.
Mosin-Nagant M1907 Carbine
The Mosin-Nagant M1907 Carbine is only available for the Frontovik squad.
Steyr Mannlicher M1888-90
The Steyr Mannlicher M1888-90 rifle is available for the Austro-Hungarian K.u.K. Trupp and the Romanians. Appears as the "Infanterie Repetiergewehr M.88-90".
The carbine variant of the M88-90 is also available for Austro-Hungaria and Bulgaria. Appears as the Mannlicher M90 Carbine and can be equipped with an M1917 "Ersatz" bayonet. Its stopping power is a bit less than the rifle variant, but it can score with its faster fire rate.
Steyr Mannlicher M1895
The Steyr Mannlicher M1895 rifle is also available for the Austro-Hungarian Empire and appears as the "Infanterie Repetiergewehr M.95".
The Repetier-Stutzen Carbine is also available for the K.u.K. Trupp. This carbine was issued to special troops inside the Austro-Hungarian army.
The Swiss-Italian Vetterli-Vitali M1870/87, added with the Latvian Update, is available for Romania and appears as in-game with its real name.
The single-shot Werndl M1873/77 came into the game with a free update for the K.u.K. Trupp. Appears as the "Werndl M1873/77" and can be equipped with an M1877 Bayonet. Its reload time is more quickly than the Martini-Henry.
Winchester Model 1895
The Russian modified Winchester Model 1895 appears as the "Winchester M1915" and is available for the Cossacks and Frontovik squads.
Unlike Verdun, machine guns in Tannenberg are only available as stationary heavy defense weapons with shields and 250-round ammo boxes. So these are the only automatic weapons in the game.
The Maxim MG08 is the standard stationary heavy machine gun for the German Empire and appears as the "Maschinengewehr 08".
The Maxim M1910 is the Russian Empire's emplaced MG. Appears simply as the "Maxim Machine Gun".
Schwarzlose Model 07/12
The Schwarzlose Machine Gun Model 07/12 is the heavy machine gun for the Austro-Hungarians and Romanians.
Vickers Mk. I
British Vickers machine guns can be seen mounted in Russo-Balt Type Armoured Car.
F1 Mle. 1916
The French F1 Mle 1916 Billant is the standard grenade for the Romanian Infantry squad.
The Handnebelbombe smoke grenade was added with the 2019 "Latvian Expansion" and is available for the Central Powers. Appears as the "Type N Nebelbombe".
M1912 Lantern Grenade
The M1912 ''Lantern'' Grenade is available in the Russians and Roumanians.
M1917 Chemical Hand Grenade
The M1917 Chemical Hand Grenade appears as the "M1917 Chemical Grenade" and is playable for the Latvians, Russians, and Roumanians with the 2019 "Latvian Expansion".
Model 15 Stielhandgranate
The Model 15 Stielhandgranate is the standard grenade for the German Empire and Bulgaria and appears as the "Stielhandgranate M15".
Model 16 Stielhandgranate
Like the previous game, the Model 16 Stielhandgranate appears incorrectly as the "Stielhandgranate M17" and is only available as a Geballte Ladung. Despite this, some player characters have single M16s hanging on their belt.
The Russian RG-14 comes in two variants, HE and Frag, and appears as the M1914 "Battle Grande".
The Rohr Handgranate (alt) and (neu) are available for the Austro-Hungarian forces.
7.58 cm Leichter Minenwerfer
Various Leichte Minenwerfer can be seen on the battlefields.
76.2-mm M1902 Putilov Field Gun
M1902 Putilov Field Guns are seen on the maps.
10.5 cm leFH 16
10.5 cm Feldhaubitze 98/09
15 cm Feldhaubitze M.14
21 cm Mörser 10
21 cm Mörser 10 heavy howitzers are also seen on the maps. This early model has a shorter barrel than its 1916 successor.