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You can find a variety of ranged weapons in Redfall. There are high-end military weapons but also grandpa’s shotgun that’s kitbashed together. Weapons aren’t tied to a specific character, so you can use any weapon that you like.
Some weapons perform better on certain enemies than others. Knowing which weapon to use is part of the game. For example, you need to use a stake to defeat Vampires, or else they will simply regenerate. The Anti-Vampire weaponry will help you with that but conventional items can have attachments to do the job.
- Assault Rifles
- Stake Launchers
Weapons can also have blade attachments. These range from broken mops to guitar handles, and garden gnomes. You need to use these to slay Vampires when they are weakened.
Besides blade attachments, Redfall also has a ton of other Mods you can randomly get on your weapon. Being able to set things on fire or flash a UV light to petrify vampires within a 10-foot radius.
You can find stronger weapons as you progress through the game. Each weapon has a power level, therefore, you will be scrapping guns when you out-level them.
It’s currently not known if you can level up your weapon.
The quality of the item is not only represented by its rarity, each item also gets a rating. This makes it somewhat easier to compare various items with each other.
Weapons have different rarity types. The higher the rarity the better the item is, however, don’t just ditch your item because you found one of a higher rarity tier. The item does need to fit your character’s play style.
- Blue / Superior
- Purple / High-end
Weapons can be customized with different skins. They can be switched out in your Loadout menu by inspecting a specific weapon. There are at least 43 different weapon skins. You can get some by Pre-Ordering Refall or purchasing the Bite Back Edition of the game.