Cuisine Royale will be getting new weapons and customisation items

Darkflow Software and Gaijin Entertainment have confirmed there are going to be some new weapons and customisation options heading to the battle royale Cuisine Royale.  Those four weapons that are being added include three guns and one lethal throwable. Those weapons are a Mosina rifle with an infantry mod which has a longer barrel which translates into more damage, and like other rifles it will have armour piercing bullets. If you prefer your weapons that are more rapid fire then you may want to pick up the MP41, the German submachine gun, which in the game will have lower recoil. It is also going to be the first SMG in the game that will have auto and semi-auto fire options. The third gun is Colt New Service M1909 pistol. The lethal throwable is the Molotov cocktail.

When it comes to customisation a night vision scope is being added to find when looting and offers 3.5x zoom. During the day matches, when night vision won’t help, the scope will become a red dot sighted one. Three new masks are being added as well and each will have the Night Hunter perk which allows players to spot enemies in the dark. There are also going to be nine more underwear and talisman items along with a battle monk outfit for Clyde. In addition to all of that the leaderboards and rewards season will now run until tomorrow, May 6th.

In our review for Cuisine Royale, I wrote:

“Perhaps one of the more surprising things is just how polished an experience Cuisine Royale is on console. The draw distance is good on PlayStation 4, the maps are well designed and include everything from open spaces and homes to networks of trenches and bunkers. They’re also large enough for this variety to feel natural, but small enough to get to the action quickly if you wish, especially if you hop into a vehicle. However, with only 40 players in a match, it can take a while to find opponents to engage with, even with the smaller map size.

Cuisine Royale is a surprisingly fun battle royale. It won’t compete with the likes of Fortnite for player numbers, but if you fancy something different with its own irreverent sense of humour, then I’d recommended giving it a go.”
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