Chernobylite | All Weapons List And How To Get Them

The newest addition to the Fallout 4 arsenal is the SR-1, a uranium warhead that detonates with enough force to completely level a small town. The weapon is tricky to obtain, and once you get it, it’s not exactly cheap to upgrade.

Yes, I know. There are a hundred different ways to skin this cat. But in this case, we are talking about a lot of guns. And all of them are completely legal (and justifiable) if you happen to live in the US or UK. But not all of them are legal for civilians in Europe. (More on that in a moment.) So here is a complete reference to every gun in the universe, with my own take on how to obtain them.

This is the first of 2 parts of my guide to weapons in Fallout 4. This is a weapons list that contains nothing but weapons from the Fallout 4 DLC, Far Harbor. The second part will be coming soon, with more weapons and some of the more rare ones that you can only get from completing quests.

In this tutorial, I’ll go through all of the weaponry available in Chernobylite. I’ll also demonstrate how to get them. Keep in mind that some of these weapons will require the acquisition of certain materials and components. I’ll do my best to indicate where you can find them. Hopefully, at the conclusion of this guide, you’ll be familiar with all of the weaponry and their placements in the game. Let’s have a look at it without further ado.

All Weapons List in Chernobylite & How To Get

As far as I can tell, there are four (4) weapons available in the game. They are as follows:

I’ll list each weapon, as well as any items and the location/method for obtaining them, below.


Pistol Chernobylite Gamertagzero

This is the first and most important weapon you will get in the game. In such games, there is a go-to weapon, to put it simply. It’s the Revolver for Chernobylite. This weapon has a 7-round capacity and a sluggish rate of fire. “A seven-shot revolver widely employed by NKVD agents back in the day,” says the Revolver’s in-game description. Design that is simple and dependable. It’s simple to reproduce and upgrade.”

How To Get: Oliver will give you the Revolver which will have some rounds left in it. You will get this, as well as Oliver at the main base,. This will happen before you start your first mission in the game. Two Revolvers should be located in the Moscow Eye inside the building at the center of the Map. This place should be marked by a Question Mark [?]. The condition is that the location on the Map should be available to do a Mission so make sure you have one before looking. You can also Craft a revolver using an electric lathe in the main base. The Items needed are 6 x Mechanical parts & 4 x Electronical parts.


Shotgun Chernobylite Gamertagzero

This is, in a sense, your primary offensive weapon in the game. Remember when you used slugs and hefty arms to fight zombies? Yes! That’s the one I’m talking about. The main difference is that you’ll be able to use it to kill shadows and chernohosts. This shotgun, like all other shotguns, has a sluggish Reload motion and duration, but the damage compensates for it. If you time it properly, you should have no problems utilizing it. “Multi-shot, smoothbore pump-action shotgun,” says the in-game description. The most useful weapon, as well as one of the simplest to produce and employ. You may enhance its capabilities by modifying its age-old design with a little skill.”

How To Get: You can find Two Shotguns in the Moscow Eye inside the buildings on the north side of the map. You can see the pattern with the weapons. Some are at the mid of the map and others at specific directions on the map. You can also craft a Shotgun using Electrical Lathe in the main base. The Items required are 10 x Mechanical parts & 8 x Electronical parts.

Assault Rifle (AR-15) (AK-47)

Ak47 Chernobylite Gamertagzero

The damage dealt by the assault rifle is less than that dealt by the revolver. The weapon, on the other hand, is powerful enough to take out opponents. One piece of advice I can offer is to narrow down the enemy stream so you can spray them in a line. You can kill more opponents with less shots this way. You will encounter an ammunition scarcity, therefore ammo management with the AK-47 is essential for its use. Use fewer shots to take down more targets. Normally, 1-2 opponents clipped would enough! The weapon’s in-game description says, “Automatic Soviet assault rifle, created in the aftermath of World War II.”

How to get it: The Pripyat port has this weapon. Presumably, it is the biggest structure in the region (at least to my understanding), thus you should have no trouble identifying it. You must go to the rear of the big structure and get past the wires and gate. To accomplish so, you must first climb a ledge and then enter the room via a window. You’ll locate the AK inside the room after you’ve gained access. Here are a few illustrations to help you figure out where to look and/or go:

AK 47 location 2

Molecular Plasma Thrower gt0

“A cutting-edge weapon that generates and launches a stable plasma projectile that will destabilize and destroy the molecules of a live creature upon impact,” according to the in-game description. A must-have weapon in your armory. This is something you should get your hands on as soon as possible. It will make living in Chernobyl a lot simpler for you. The weapon is powered by Molecular Batteries, which are made from 2 Mushrooms and 2 Electronic Parts. Obtaining/crafting the real weapon may be difficult, therefore I’ll teach you how to do it.

How To Get: So far, there is no particular location know by me where you can get this weapon. Yes, you can make one for yourself so good news in terms of that! Molecular Plasma Thrower can be made by Molecular Accelerator in the main base. The Item requirements are 4 x Mushrooms 6 x Electronical parts 12 x Flammable parts & 4 x Chemicals. You can find mushrooms in the forests of Chernobylite. The rest of the items can be acquired by simply exploring the urban-like areas in the game. If I can manage to find dedicated locations for them I will be sure to update this post.

That concludes our guide to all Chernobylite weaponry and how to get them. I welcome your questions and ideas in the area below. Please don’t hesitate to contact me if you have any questions. Thank you for stopping by, and I hope to see you again soon with more of the same.

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Greg Baskerville
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