Saturday, February 24, 2024

Deathloop Gold Weapons Locations Guide


Weapons in Deathloop have different rarities associated with them. Out of these rarities, the Gold-tier is the highest. These weapons not only have unique perks but also offer the highest number of Trinkets. In this guide, we have shared the locations of all the Gold Weapons which are the strongest weapons in Deathloop.

Deathloop Gold Weapons Locations

Weapons in Deathloop come in different rarities i.e., Gray, Green, Blue, Purple, and Gold. Out of these, the Gold-tier weapons are the strongest but also require a lot of effort to unlock. Gold-tier weapons in Deathloop require the completion of optional quests called the Arsenal Lead. Below, we have shared the locations of all the Gold Weapons in Deathloop:

Constancy Automatic – SMG
This one is dropped by Frank, one of the AEON Visionaries, found in his bar in Fristad Rock during “The Ballad of Ramblin’ Frank”.

Sepulchra Breteira – Sniper Rifle
It is rewarded at the end of an Arsenal Lead called “Keep on Giving”. To get the Arsenal Lead, head over to Updaam during the evening.

Strelak Verso – Handguns
To get the Strelak Verso, the player needs to complete the Arsenal Lead called “In this Together”. In order to get the Arsenal Lead, head over to The Complex at noon.

.44 Karat
.44 Karat is the gold variant of the Fourpounder. To get it, the player needs to own the Deluxe Edition of Deathloop.

Heritage – Shotgun
This one requires the completion of the Arsenal Lead called “Super Shifty”. As for getting the Arsenal Lead, head over to Karl’s Bay in the evening.

These are all the Golden Weapons that we have found so far. We will update the guide if more are found.

This is all we have got in our Deathloop Gold Weapons Locations guide. For more help on the game, be sure to check out our detailed Deathloop wiki page.

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Ian Shaw
Ian Shaw
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