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All Battlefield 5 weapons: a list of every gun in the game

Read our guide to know what rifles, machineguns and sidearms you'll have at your disposal in Battlefield 5

A new Battlefield game means a new – or old in this case – arsenal of Battlefield 5 weapons for fans of the series to get to grips with. DICE’s epic war series is returning to the histories and stories of World War II. This new Battlefield title is introducing fresh Battlefield stories, a new single-player campaign mode, a battle royale mode, and is boasting a huge range of weapons.

Just like DICE’s other Battlefield games, you can expect a whole bunch of period-accurate weapons with interesting histories. For example, the Selbstlader 1916 semi-automatic rifle that was popular with the German air force because of its sensitivity to field conditions. There’s also the Krag-Jörgensen, a bolt-action rifle where its magazine loads from the top rather than the side. Or you could go less historic and more chaotic with the M30 Drilling, a triple barrel shotgun.

Dice is giving player’s a huge arsenal of guns and we’ve complied a list of these weapons for you to have a look over. Here is our guide to all the weapons in Battlefield 5, from assault rifles to machine guns, shot guns, hand guns, and in those particularly tricky situations you can always reach for your trusty side arm or use the blunt force of a melee weapon.

Here is a list of the current weapons for the Battlefield 5 launch on November 20 and we can look forward to a lot more guns after its release.

Here is a list of all Battlefield 5 weapons:

Assault Rifles

  • StG 44
  • Sturmgewehr 1-5
  • M1907 SF

Semi-Automatic Rifles

  • Selbstlader 1916
  • Gewehr 43
  • Gewehr 1-5
  • M1A1 Carbine
  • Turner SMLE

Bolt-Action Rifles

  • Gewehr M95/30
  • Krag-Jörgensen
  • Lee-Enfield No. 4 Mk l
  • Kar98k

Self-Loading Rifles

  • Model 8
  • ZH-29
  • RSC

Submachine Guns

  • STEN
  • Suomi KP/-31
  • EMP
  • MP40
  • MP28
  • MP34
  • M1928A1

Light Machine Guns

  • KE7
  • Bren Gun
  • FG-42
  • Lewis Gun

Medium Machine Guns

  • MG 34
  • MG 42

Shotguns

  • M30 Drilling
  • 12g Automatic

Sidearms

  • P38 Pistol
  • Ruby
  • P08 Pistol
  • Repetierpistole M1912
  • M1911
  • FP-45 Liberator
  • Mk Vl Revolver

Melee Weapons

  • British Army Jack Knife
  • Club
  • Cricket Bat
  • Hatchet
  • Kukri
  • Pickaxe
  • Scout Knife
  • Shovel
  • Solveig Knife

Grenades and Throwables

  • No. 36 Frag Grenade
  • M18 Smoke Grenade
  • No. 76 Incendiary Grenade
  • No. 74 Sticky Grenade
  • Geballte Ladung
  • No. 69 Impact Grenade
  • Throwing Knife

These weapons are the basic ones you start with and as you play more Battlefield V you’ll be able to upgrade and tinker your weapons with Specialisations to match your preferred style of play. These Specialisations can upgrade your weapons damage, accuracy, hip fire, control and more.

DICE point out on their website that this Specialisation system does not improve your weapon to a god-like level, if you decide to upgrade your weapon in one area it will not get the bonus of different Specialisations which stops players from having an unfair advantage. For more games featuring WW2 era guns, see our list of the best World War 2 games on PC.

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