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EXCLUSIVE: First look at the hot guns in Wanted: Weapons of Fate

Wesley’s days of playing a timid office drone are over. He’s embracing his new role as a gun-slinging assassin in Wanted: Weapons of Fate. The game takes place after the events in the 2008 movie, and apparently, Wesley’s trying to find out what happened to his mother.

We don’t really care about Wesley and his mummy issues. But we really want to know more about the heat he’s packing. Scroll on for an in-depth and exclusive look at the glorious and sexy firearms that Wesley will use to take out anyone dumb enough to forget that he can curve bullets around corners and over cover.


Above: Wanted’s bullet bending action may not have won the movie any hoity-toity film awards. But it looks like it may make for a fun shooter

The following was provided by the good gun-loving folks at GRIN

Heartbeat's End derives its name from the way the hilt quivers in its target's body, showing the final beats of their heart. A blade is equally as important to an assassin as their guns. Knives never run out of bullets and it is often far less conspicuous to slip between someone's rips than the loud concussion of a firearm. This weapon is serrated for maximum damage and grooved to prevent suction when being removed from its target.

As its name implies, the Flyswatter is used for eliminating the simplest nuisances that an assassin may be assigned. It is the “standard issue” for all Fraternity members, and is most often the first weapon that they learn to curve a bullet with. Its barrel features unique grooves that enhance bullet curving and the breech has been modified to allow for rapid fire with minimum recoil.

Shock troopers are not individually as powerful as the Flyswatter; their advantage lies in the fact that one is specifically designed to be held in the left hand while the other is for the right hand. The Shock troopers possess additional enhancements, eliminating the recoil that would prevent an assassin from wielding two weapons at once.

Sleek and sexy, the Nightshade is also devastatingly powerful. This weapon features advanced stopping power and can easily cut through most protections, bulletproof glass, and armored vehicles. Only body armors manufactured by certain fraternities, and those with the ability to enter Assassin Time and dodge bullets are able to resist this mighty weapon.

These pistols have been modified to fire a brutal barrage of automatic gunfire. They are heavily customized so the skilled assassin can perform a deadly Shrapnel Storm, curving two clusters of bullets into each other. With chromium-coated barrels and titanium-forged breeches, the Fire Eaters are best suited for phosphorus and incendiary ammunition.

Nov 17, 2008

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