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In Warface it's possible to customize your weapon in-game by pressing C. You can then choose to add a silencer, scope, etc.

I know the silencer reduces the sound of your shots, and the scope gives you a scope when right-clicking. Beside these, is there also an effect on any of the other properties of the weapon? Damage, recoil, etc.?

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There's a demo out or am I missing something? – Warface Oct 10 '12 at 20:38
@Warface The game is currently live in Russia (this is the one I play) and has an open beta in China. I understand this lowers the amount of people that can answer this question but if people are voting to close it would be nice if they at least left a comment why. – Aerus Oct 11 '12 at 6:25
This question seems fine to me. – Steve V. Oct 11 '12 at 13:26

There are several effects on weapons achieved with customization. Most commons:

  • Silencer: Eliminates sound, Improves Accuracy, Decrease damage, Increases penetration.

  • Bipod: Impoves Accuracy, Reduces Recoil, Reduces Sway.

  • Bayonet: Increase melee attack damage.

  • Grip: Improves Accuracy, Reduces Recoil.

  • See more at

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It seems to me that silencer reduces recoil & damage, but that's speculative; tt feels like I need one extra bullet to kill someone when I'm using a silencer.

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Welcome to Arquade. When you answer questions, then please don't post speculations. Only post what you have verified yourself or what you know from a trustworthy source (which you should link to). – Philipp Feb 9 '14 at 16:36

The silencer does reduce damage but some increase accuracy.

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Please use this link to edit your answer and only post a second answer if it is vastly different from your previous one. from the 2 answer i see you have posted they can be put into the same answer – Memor-X Oct 22 '14 at 22:49
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