This Is My Rifle: Get World Of Guns Weapons For Free

Did you know Victory Day is the second most popular public holiday in Russia? Not the American one, the other one. Apparently so! It’s s fun fact for you to impress your friends with at your next swinging party.

And in celebration of Victory Day, 5,000 of you can use the following code to unlock every last World War II weapon model in World of Guns: Gun Disassembly [official site], a free-to-play game about the kind of meditative concentration of disassembling and reassembling various guns. Try not to think too hard about the strange irony of celebrating Victory Day with guns, and instead cock yer pistol to the sky and shoot and shoot and scream forever like you’re Colonel Tex O’Hara.

The WW2 pack usually costs £6.99 and is free for all to try this weekend, but this code will let you keep them forever. To redeem it, first download World of Guns from Steam, then open the console by pressing the ~ key then enter the following command:

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The code will unlock the following list of guns too: Antitank Boys, DP-27, Lee Enfield, Liberator FP-45, Luger P08, M1 Garand, Mauser K98, MG 34, Mosin Nagant, MP40, Ppsh-41, SKS, Sten MK2, Stg.44, Thompson, TT pistol, Walther P38. And remember it’s first-come, first-served.

We wrote fondly about World of Guns: Gun Disassembly last year, calling its gameplay “almost philosophical,” which is partly a joke but I think very true. Tell me there isn’t something calm and contemplative a game that “lets you delve into the inner workings of guns from the largest gears to the smallest screws.” Even to a gun layman like myself it sounds like pure porn. There’s an X-Ray mode, a slow-motion mode, a hardcore mode. You can paint your guns and share your gun textures. You can name your gun Charlene and love it like your wife.

29 Comments

  1. Dux Ducis Hodiernus says:

    YUS!! For once i was in the first when it comes to limited promocotdes

    • CookPassBabtridge says:

      Totally thought you were using latin

      • Dux Ducis Hodiernus says:

        What?

        I mispelt “promo-codes” but since there’s no edit button i didn’t bother.

        • Dux Ducis Hodiernus says:

          Before anyone mentions it, yes, i meant mispelled*

          • gunny1993 says:

            You didn’t capitalize that “I” ahahHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAH

          • arienette says:

            Actually, misspelt, with two s’s is perfectly acceptable. The t ending of verbs over ed is more archaic form of English, but still in common use. I prefer it personally.

  2. jellydonut says:

    I just bought this game and it has automatically set the language to an unreadable, google translate-y Swedish, so I can’t find the options menu.

    Where can I change the language and HOW THE FUCK DO I TURN OFF THE GOD-AWFUL MUSIC?

    • Ler says:

      Swedish has been translated by the Steam community.
      You may change language
      In the Bottom of the main menu find Installningar button

      Btw Im from the Dev Team

    • Ler says:

      You will also find Option to turn off the music there…

  3. Dorga says:

    Not as ironic as the peace dove branding what Putin defined the biggest military parade in russian history.

    • Ler says:

      We are out of politics. This is historical-educational game.

    • Ler says:

      In the Bonus section you will be able to find cars, motorcycle and skeletons for disassembly…

  4. DoktorV says:

    My grandfather wielded a BAR in WWII Europe, and the weaponry was about the only part of the war he ever spoke to me about. I suppose it may be silly, but I’m oddly glad that there’s this computer program that simulates the process of stripping and reassembling it – I feel like it will help me commune with him, somehow, in a tiny way, especially considering that there isn’t any realistic prospect of handling even a semi-automatic replica on my budget.

    Maybe it makes no sense, but there it is. I suspect I’m not the only one who feels this way.

  5. SuicideKing says:

    Meditative game, alright. Spent over an hour already, should sleep.

  6. kalakukko says:

    Many of the firearms depicted in this game I’ve had the opportunity to use and strip down in the field and range. It’s actually rather refreshing to see a game developer that does understand how each weapon system’s internals function and fit together.

    Now they just need to implement different things to screw you up while reassembling a firearm. Like knocking over a large bottle of bore cleaner and getting it all over the internals of the rifle, which you then need to disassemble and clean all over again.

  7. Bundin says:

    Entered the code, expecting to be bored within seconds. I enjoy seeing how these guns work though, and will probably dabble every now and then. Surprisingly entertaining, this one.

    • Llewyn says:

      I have no interest in guns at all, but I’ve already spent a couple of hours with the AK47 and Colt 1911 this weekend. There’s something very satisfying in the way the game represents mechanical movements, particularly though sound. It’s also fundamentally a memory puzzle game with added speed challenges, so there’s a lot to enjoy regardless of the subject matter.

  8. skyturnedred says:

    No idea what button to open the console with on a Scandinavian keyboard.

    • JS says:

      Use the “Ö” key. (Just in case this will not display correctly on this page, it’s the O with two dots above it. Also, the code didn’t work for me at first, maybe because I was in dissassembly mode. It worked when I was in the mode where all weapons are displayed. You’ll get a notification if the promo code is accepted.

      • skyturnedred says:

        Thanks. That’s actually a pretty good way to make sure people at least tinker with it before just adding it to their library.

        Also, so fun to diassemble an AK-47 since my service rifle was based on it (RK-62).

  9. John O says:

    FYI: If you’re in a crazy country with non-standard letters like I am, try changing keyboard layout . It’s the easy way!

  10. drucifer says:

    I’ve already had hours of fun with this. One bummer – once I entered the promo code, I lost all the progress I had made on the Flak 88. Boo.

  11. Cederic says:

    Mission accomplished: Downloaded, went through the AK47 tutorial so that I could enter the console and see if the code still worked.

    Forget the code. I’m now addicted. Horrible awful game. I’m going to be playing this one all week! :(

    They do cars too?! That’s going to hurt.

  12. Ogun says:

    Does anyone else find the navigation controls frustrating? It might be that I just haven’t found the right setting – is there a way to just move around with the mouse and modifier keys like you would in a 3D editor?

    • Cederic says:

      Erm. Move the mouse to move the mouse cursor, left-click+move the mouse to swivel, right-click+move the mouse to pan and mouse-wheel to zoom in/out. No modifier keys needed.

      I think wasd works too, but not tried it.

      Can confirm incidentally that the Boys Anti-Tank Rifle is a source of satisfaction to take apart in Game mode, let alone put back together.

  13. AyeBraine says:

    I think it’s as far from gun porn as it can be (though it can serve as such for uninitiated). I am an avid gun enthisiast (from the engineering/historic side, I shoot very little), and this tool was immensely useful to me. I have no engineering education, so I would never ever understand the workings of a clockwork Maxim gun locking system, for example – if not for Guns Disassembly 2 (the older version of this).

    I know the guys who develop this game, and helped them out a little (so I have everything unlocked for life – the only bad thing about the game is the insane F2P mechanics, added for Steam). The point is, making these models is incredibly difficult, time-consuming, and requires extensive research and love for the engineering side of things, not the shooty bang bang aesthetics. This is an incredible thing for really understanding the brilliance behind some famous designs, shortcomings of others, and traits and quirks they inherit from one another. The genius of Browning’s 1911, the mighty bull progenitor of all 20-21th century pistols; the old-school German intricacy of Luger P08 (although still very practical); the reason why some people didn’t like the M60 and so on. And artillery pieces just blow your mind, you see how it’s a whole different league from firearms.

    • AyeBraine says:

      Oh, I wanted to add that the name of the game (World of Guns) and strange expressions they use is because it’s developed by a small team of guys from Ukraine and Russia. So yeah, everything in the game sounds strange.