The different types of firearm upgrades in Project Zomboid
In Project Zomboid, there are a variety of firearm upgrades that can be used to customize your weapons. These upgrades can be used to increase damage, change the spread of fire, or add other benefits.
One of the most common upgrades is the addition of a scope. This can be helpful for long-range shooting, but it also makes the gun much more difficult to aim at close range. Another popular upgrade is the addition of a silencer. This makes the gun much quieter, which can be helpful for sneaking up on zombies. However, it also reduces the gun’s damage and range. One final upgrade that is worth mentioning is the addition of a flashlight. This can be helpful for lighting up dark areas, but it also makes the player much easier for zombies to spot.
Some weapon parts require you to install a Mod such as Brita’s Weapon pack
The advantages and disadvantages of each firearm upgrade
Some of the upgrades that are covered include suppressors (which make guns quieter but also reduce accuracy), extended magazines (which increase ammo capacity but make reloading more difficult), and scopes (which improve accuracy but make guns more difficult to handle).
In general, the consensus seems to be that suppressors and extended magazines are generally more useful than scopes, although scopes can be helpful in certain situations. Ultimately, it’s up to the player to experiment with different combinations of upgrades and see what works best for them.
how to equip weapon parts in project zomboid
To change or swap out gun attachments, you will need a screwdriver. You can then use the screwdriver to remove the old attachment and add a new one.
With the attachment in your main inventory. Right-click the gun, hit “upgrade”, and then select the attachment. To remove the attachment, right-click the gun again, hit “remove upgrade”, and select the attachment you want to remove.
There are three general groups that all firearms can be sorted into – pistols, rifles, and shotguns. Pistols and rifles are further split into subgroups. Most attachments can be used between at least two groups, but some are exclusive.