Difference between revisions of "Weapons in GTA Vice City"

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Revision as of 02:32, 15 May 2007

In Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, a wide array of weapons become available as the player completes more missions. The game features the most Melee Weapons in any GTA so far; and there is also a wide array of pistols, shotguns, and submachine guns. Guns may be purchased at Ammu-Nation and other types of weapons (such as baseball bats, hammers and chainsaws) can be bought at various hardware stores. Subsequently; after the release of the original Vice City, Rockstar was forced to drop the real names of the guns due to trademark reasons, likely being approached by Heckler & Koch the maker of the MP5, PSG1. Therefore the names you see for guns in the brackets are standard for all newer versions of Vice City for both PS2 and Xbox. It can also be noted that after the change the Ruger/Kuger is shortened and given a black skin, while the PSG1 is now standard with a mock silencer.

  • Slot 1: Hand
  • Slot 2: Melee Weapons
    • Screwdrivers
    • Hammer
    • Night stick (PR-24)
    • Golf Club
    • Baseball Bat
    • Meat Cleaver
    • Katana
    • Knife
    • Machete
    • Chainsaw
  • Slot 3: Handguns
  • Slot 4: Shotguns
  • Slot 5: Sub-Machine Guns
  • Slot 6: Assault Rifles
  • Slot 7: Rifles:
    • Bolt action sniper rifle
    • H&K PSG-1
  • Slot 8: Heavy Weapons
    • RPG-7
    • Flame thrower
    • M-60 LMG
    • Minigun
  • Slot 9: Explosives and Incendiaries
    • Hand grenade
    • Tear gas grenade
    • Molotov cocktail
    • Remote grenade
  • Slot 10: Other Handheld Items
    • Camera
  • Slot 11: Detonators
    • Detonator (for remote grenades)