Guns I’d like in new CoR
As this is a remake of CoR 5, I’m assuming all the guns in CoR 5 beforehand will make a return, so I won’t mention them.
- Johnson Rifle (10 round .30-06 semi-auto rifle fed through 2 stripper clips.)
- RSC 1918 (Powerful, but low capacity semi-auto rifle from the dawning days of the Great War.)
- Breda M1935 (4-round burst battle rifle at 600 RPM. Should at least be a consistent 4-hit kill.)
- M2 Carbine (full auto variant of the M1 Carbine. Functions as a hybrid between the SMGs and rifles.)
- Fedorov Avtomat (Powerful, low recoil, slow firing full auto battle rifle fed through 5-round stripper clips.)
- SKS (Late war Soviet rifle with great mobility, at the cost of low capacity, moderate damage, and fixed magazines.)
- M1928 Thompson (variant of the M1A1 already in game; trades mobility for more versatility in attachments.)
- MP18 (by that I mean a genuine MP18. The old CoR has an MP28 labeled as an MP18. Slow firing SMG with moderate damage, but extremely low recoil.)
- Erma EMP (Decent all around stats with low recoil thanks to its foregrip, at the cost of equipping 20 round mags.
- Chauchat (powerful 2sk LMG with an incredibly slow fire rate.)
- Maxim Gun (A powerful HMG with a 200 round box belt and nothing else. BATTLE PICKUP ONLY)
- RPD (late war LMG with moderate damage and fire rate, but boasts a huge capacity of 100 rounds per drum.)
Manual Action Rifles
- Russian 1895 (Fast firing option for a sniper rifle; otherwise bog standard in all but bullet drop.)
- Lebel 1886 (Old war horse that holds 8+2; cannot load via stripper clips.)
- Enfield M1917 (Faster fire rate for a bolt action, however recoil may get in the way.)
- Browning Auto-5 (Semi-automatic shotgun in mass production since pre-WW1. Excellent damage for a semi-auto shotgun, at the cost of more recoil.)
- Sjorgen Inertial (Slower firing and maybe less powerful than the Auto-5, but has tighter spread and is more controllable.)
- Boys ATR (.55 caliber bolt-action rifle fed via detachable box mags. Slightly more mobility than the PTRS.)
- Elephant Gun (Somewhat lightweight for something good at being an anti-vehicle weapon. Fires fastest in class, however recoil is highest in class. Burst mode will send you flying rear first.)
- wz. 35 (Low damage for an anti-tank rifle, somewhat compensated by having the best ballistics of all rifles.)
- M712 (Fast firing machine pistol patterned after the C96. Fed through 10 round detachable mags, though can be extended to 20 or 40, with a fast fire rate and near uncontrollable recoil.)
I may add more in the near future. Apologies for not having stats, as I have no idea as to which direction CoR’s balancing should go.
CamaroKidBB You're missing the Lee Enfield No.4 Mk.1 for Manual Action Rifles.
@Ikea-Cat Nein, they're just there to be too OP and be overkill.
@Ikea-Cat Anti-Tank weapons.
@Ikea-Cat My guess? D-Day, Stalingrad, to name a few.
@Ikea-Cat Hmm, alright then,
- Arnhem, Holland (Operation Market Garden, "The bridge too far")
- Battle of the Bulge (Battle of the Ardennes)
- Battle of Anzio
- Battle of Monte Cassino
- Battle of Berlin
- Battle of Moscow
- Battle of Stalingrad
- Siege of Leningrad
To name a few.
@TheDoc47 It was already in the original CoR 5, so there’d be no reason to re-include it here.
@Ikea-Cat Probably some new maps as well as some remastered versions of old CoR 5 maps.
YourLocalIkeaStore last edited by YourLocalIkeaStore
P1914 Enfield: Heavier, more accurate rifle than the SMLE, at the cost of having 5 round capacity. Conversion to .30-06 Sprg gives it 6 rounds.
MP 507: Last-ditch semi-automatic rifle using a slide. Optional semi grip stock makes it an MP 508.
M30 Drilling: Two shotgun barrels and one rifle barrel means you can do well at all ranges... until you need to reload, which is quite often.
T1E3 Pedersen: Semi-automatic rifle fed by 10-round en-bloc clips. Lower recoil for slightly lower muzzle velocity and lower penetration capabilities.
M1903 Springfield Pedersen Device: Converts your M1903 into a semi-automatic pistol caliber rifle in .30-18 Auto (7.65 French Long). Damage, muzzle velocity and range are reduced to be slightly higher than a pistol's, but you get a 40 round magazine and a decently high rate of fire. Very rare and expensive.
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Ngl, I would love an M2 carbine in both CoR and PF
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@Ikea-Cat When did anybody say there were going to be anti tank.. WE'RE GETTING TANKS?
DeLisle Carbine: A 45. ACP bolt-action suppressed carbine. Probably one of the quietest weapons ever. Feeds from a modified M1911 A1 magazine.
Lee-Enfield MK3 SMLE: The standard service rifle of the British army during WWI and parts of WWII. Feeds from a 10 round detachable box magazine. Chambered in .303 British.
STEN SMG: A stamped British open bolt SMG chambered in 9x19mm Luger. Feeds from 30 round mags.
M1897 Trench Gun: The ubiquitous weapon of the Marines. Technically a war crime. Feeds from an 8 round tube, chambered in 12 Gauge. Can (and should) be slam fired.
Rheinmetal MG42: A fully automatic weapon with an extremely high fire rate. Chambered in 7.62x57.
Me talking about the Lee Enfield No.4 Mk.1: Gets rejected.
You talks about the Mk.3 SMLE: Gets praise.
What's the hell?
What is hell, after all?
Well yes but actually yes.
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AkelaStorm doesn't the Trench Gun feed from a 5 round tube? and the STEN, a 32 round magazine.
Sorry, I got it wrong when it comes to the trench gun, and I couldnt find anything on the STEN's capacity, so I went off of what I remembered.
AkelaStorm STEN takes MP40 mags as well as its own proprietary magazines of the same capacity.
SS41 PzB Anti-tank rifle?
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wKP and PPK cuz why not