Call Of Duty World War 2 Weapons Guide

From the trusty M1 rifle to the mighty bazooka, these are all the weapons you'll be able to use as Call Of Duty returns to its World War II roots!

There are only a handful of hours left until we finally find out if Call Of Duty: WWII will end up dethroning Battlefield 1 or not after fans soured on the futuristic escapades from Infinite Warfare.

As we head back to war-torn Europe in the '40s, the guns up for grabs will be quite a bit different than what we've experienced lately from the more sci-fi focused titles like Advanced Warfare or Black Ops III.

Below, we've rounded up every single primary and secondary weapon that will be available in ranked or free-for-all multiplayer, along with a supporting cast of special weapons and abilities to unlock through scorestreaks.

While several of these guns will no doubt be available in the campaign, it seems likely there may be slightly different options during the actual single-player missions, and those ones will certainly have fewer attachments to better fit the story timeline.

CoD WWII Primary Weapons

From your basic infantry rifle to long-range snipers and even some light machine guns, these are the main guns that will round out your arsenal as your squad takes on the Nazis in multiplayer.

  • M1 Garand (Rifle)
  • M1941(Rifle)
  • BAR (Rifle)
  • STG 44 (Rifle)
  • M1A1 (Rifle)
  • FG 42 (Rifle)
  • SWT-40 (Rifle)
  • M1903 (Sniper)
  • Kar98k (Sniper)
  • Model 38M (Sniper)
  • Lee Enfield (Sniper)
  • M1928 (SMG)
  • M3 (SMG)
  • PPSH (SMG)
  • MP-40 (SMG)
  • Type 100 (SMG)
  • Waffe 28 (SMG)
  • Lewis (LMG)
  • MG15 (LMG)
  • Bren (LMG)
  • MG-42 (LMG)
  • Winchester 1897 (Shotgun)
  • Toggle Action (Shotgun)

 Trusty M1 Garand Rifle

CoD WWII Secondary Weapons

When you aren't sniping from afar or unloading bullets by the hundreds for your LMB, you'll need a trusty backup weapon, whether that's a hefty bazooka or a heavy bludgeoning ice pick.

  • Bazooka (Rocket Launcher)
  • Panzerschreck (Rocket Launcher)
  • Ice Pick (Melee)
  • US Shovel (Melee) 
  • 1911 (Pistol)
  • Luger (Pistol)
  • M712 (Pistol)

 Handy for breaking frozen hard ground... and Nazi skulls!

CoD WWII Equipment

When you can't see the enemy behind cover but know they are nearby, its time to pull out the grenades!

  • Mk 2 Fragmentation (Frag Grenade)
  • British N 69 (Concussion Grenade)
  • N 74 ST (Sticky Bomb)
  • Tabun Gas Grenade (Poisonous Gas)
  • M18 (Smoke Grenade)
  • Bouncing Betty (S-Mine)

 Your shrapnel hurlin' pal in the trenches!

C0D WWII Scorestreaks

The more you kill, the better you get at it, and the more deadly score streak weapons you can unlock!

  • Molotov
  • Flamethrower
  • Fighter Pilot
  • Glide Bomb
  • Mortar Strike
  • Artillery Barrage
  • Carpet Bombing

 Molotov Scorestreak

CoD WWII Division Loadouts

When first getting into multiplayer, there are five starting divisions which can be tweaked later on, but at first, define your starting guns and equipment in very specific parameters.

Besides changing which grenade or gun you get as a match begins, these divisions additionally include skills and training that change how you play, like being able to sprint longer or add additional weapon attachments.

Airborne Division

  • Stealth class
  • M3 Submachine Gun
  • M18 Smoke Grenade
  • Suppressor Skill
  • Pathfinder Training (Increased spring speed, longer sprint, faster climbing)

Mountain Division

  • Sniper class
  • M1903 Rifle
  • Bouncing Betty
  • Sharpshooter Skill
  • Scout Training (Increased minimap, see enemy names quicker, hidden to player streaks)

Infantry Division

  • Basic well-rounded class
  • M1 Garand Rifle with Bayonet
  • 1911 Pistol
  • MK. 11 Frag Grenade
  • Suppressor Skill
  • Infantryman Training (extra attachments for primary and secondary weapons)

Armored Division

  • Heavy weapons class
  • Light Machine Gun (can vehicle mount)
  • M1 Bazooka
  • Sticky Bomb
  • Bipod Skill
  • Tanker Training (extra piece of equipment, bazooka as secondary weapon, throw equipment farther while sprinting)

Expeditionary Division

  • Close range class
  • Winchester 1897 Shotgun
  • Incendiary Shells Skill
  • Sapper Training (extra magazines, immune to shell shock, less damage from explosives)

 Up close and personal with Expeditionary, or long range with Mountain?

Which weapons are you most looking forward to trying out, and what division are you planning on joining when Call Of Duty returns to its World War II roots? Let us know in the comments section!

Call Of Duty: WWII will officially drop for Xbox One, PS4, and Windows on November 3, 2017 -- see you in the trenches, recruits!

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Published Nov. 6th 2017

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