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Pavlov VR WWII Update Released

January 8, 2021

By: Patrick Perrault

 
 

Developer and publisher of Pavlov VR, Vankrupt Games, has announced the Pavlov VR WWII update for their title, which adds three WWII factions' worth of weapons to the game: Axis, Allies, and Soviets. This Pavlov VR update has been in development for more than a year, and involved creating all of the assets from scratch. A new weapons category was added, rockets, and 18 new guns, 6 grenade variations, and 3 launchers were added to the game.

What are the Pavlov VR Soviet weapons?

The Soviet weapons are the Tokarev, PPSH, DP27, SVT40, Mosin–Nagant, RGD-33 Grenade, and RGD-2 Smoke.

 

What are the Pavlov VR Axis weapons?

The Axis weapons are the Luger, MP 40, StG 44, MG 42, G43, Stielhandgranate M24, Stielhandgranate M24 smoke, and Panzerschreck.

What are the Pavlov VR Allies weapons?

The Allies' weapons are the Webley, M1 Garand, Sten, Bren, BAR, Thompson, Springfield, Lee-Enfield, M-18 Smoke, MK2 Grenades, PIAT, and the Bazooka.

 
 

What else has Pavlov VR WWII update brought to the game?

Tanks have been added to Pavlov VR, and they are multi-crew and treaded. This means that there is a 3-crew setup of driver, gunner, and commander. Tanks can be placed in maps by mapmakers with the recently updated modkit as needed, and vehicles can be entered by griping on their step ladders (which will glow blue when your hand is near them). 

A new game mode has also been added called Tank TDM, which is a 10 v 10 mode that's intended for larger maps so that tanks can traverse through them. There will also be a special class with a blowtorch in this mode that can repair the tanks. This can be done by activating the gas by pressing the trigger on the black knob and then putting the emitted flame on the tank to complete repairs.

 
 

If you would like to check out the rest of the update, be sure to go here. For more information on Pavlov VR, stay tuned to TechRaptor.

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