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Sons Of The Forest

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Sons Of The Forest
Steam Page Boxart
Release Date: February 23rd, 2023 (Early Access)
Developer: Endnight Games Ltd
Publisher: Newnight
Platforms: PC
Genre: Survival, Horror, Adventure

Sons Of The Forest is a 2023 first-person survival horror game, the sequel to 2018's The Forest, released Early Access on February 23rd, 2023. Players control a member of a search party attempting to locate a wealthy family who were last seen on a mysterious, seemingly uninhabited island. After your helicopter is brought down over the island, players must seek shelter, craft and find equipment, find sustenance, and contend with a hostile cannibal tribe and mutated creatures.

Gameplay courtesy of WoW Quests.

The following weapons appear in the video game Sons Of The Forest:

Heckler & Koch USP Compact

The pistol in game is a hybrid design and takes design cues from multiple pistols; however, it is most obviously influenced by the Heckler & Koch USP Compact, as evidenced by its slide being very close to the USP Compact's, and even going so far as to have "COMPACT PISTOL" engraved on the slide where "USP COMPACT" would otherwise be, and in a similar font no less. Interestingly, the pistol in game is noted to be chambered in a .22 caliber as indicated by markings on the gun and on pistol ammo boxes, which is not a caliber any USP pistol has ever been chambered in, although the lack of tapering on the barrel in game and the proportions of the pistol rounds call this into question.

Heckler & Koch USP Compact with stainless slide - 9x19mm
Sons of the Forest's pistol, with a rail mount, suppressor, and tactical light attached. Besides the peculiar "CAL. 22" markings on the slide and barrel, the most obvious thing of note is how far forward the slide release notch on the slide is; while this is accurate as USPs have long slide releases, the replacement of such with a more conventional-looking slide release means that the slide release is way far forward than would otherwise be ergonomically preferable. (Image taken from Malte Resenberger-Loosmann's Artstation.)
The Pistol on the raft.
Inspecting the Pistol (next to a corpse).
Holding the Pistol.
Aiming the Pistol, using sharks as targets.
Firing the Pistol.

Remington 870 TAC-14

A Remington 870 TAC-14 is found in a deceased team member's grave, a shovel is required to retrieve it. It's called the "Shotgun" in-game.

Remington 870 TAC-14 - 12 gauge
Render of the Shotgun.
The Shotgun in the grave.
The Shotgun in the inventory.
Inspecting the Shotgun.
One-handing the Shotgun. If fired in this state, the player character will work the pump with one hand.
Putting away the GPS, it's now held with two hands.
Aiming the Shotgun.

Chiappa Rhino 60DS

A Chiappa Rhino 60DS is found in an underground facility. A shovel is also required to obtain it. It's called the "Revolver" in-game.

Chiappa Rhino 60DS (6" barrel version) - .357 Magnum
The Revolver on the ground.
The Revolver in the inventory.
Inspecting the Revolver (next to another corpse).
Holding the Revolver.

Taser X26

A Taser X26 is found in a cave, hanging off a stalactite. It's called the "Stun Gun" in-game.

Taser X26P
The Stun Gun hanging off a stalactite (next to yet another corpse).
The Stun Gun in the inventory.
Holding the Stun Gun.
Firing the Stun Gun.
Reloading the Stun Gun.

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