OPERATOR – How to Customize Your Weapon

Guide to Customize Weapon

Note: Credit goes to PlanetMars

Step 1: Select Your Base Weapon

Before we can embark on our customization adventure, we need a trusty base weapon. Choose wisely, for this will serve as the canvas for your masterpiece. Would you prefer a rubber chicken launcher or perhaps a baguette bazooka? The choice is yours, dear soldier!

Step 2: Pick Your Paint Job

Every good customized weapon needs a snazzy paint job to show off your personal style on the battlefield. From neon pink polka dots to psychedelic swirls, let your imagination run wild! Remember, the more eye-catching, the better. After all, who needs camouflage when you can blind your enemies with sheer style?

Step 3: Attach the Accessories

Now it’s time to accessorize like there’s no tomorrow! Want a scope that resembles a magnifying glass? Done. How about a bayonet shaped like a banana? Absolutely! Don’t forget to throw on some unnecessary tactical rails and a flashlight brighter than the sun. Your weapon should be as impractical as possible – that’s the name of the game!

Step 4: Sound Effects Galore

Who says guns have to be boring? Spice up your gameplay with an array of ridiculous sound effects for every action. From a quacking duck for reloading to a kazoo for firing, the possibilities are endless! Just be prepared for your enemies to laugh themselves into submission.

Step 5: Name Your Creation

Last but not least, give your one-of-a-kind weapon a fitting name that strikes fear into the hearts of your foes. Whether it’s the “Fuzzy Wuzzy Wombat Blaster” or the “Tickle-Me-Tactical Tornado,” let your creativity shine! Bonus points if your weapon’s name is longer than the Declaration of Independence.

Jan Bonkoski
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Jan Bakowski aka Lazy Dice, was always interested in gaming and writing. His love of gaming began with The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (Nintendo 64) back in 1998. He’s been making game guides since 2012. Sharing his gaming experience with other players has become not only his hobby but also his job. In his free time, he plays on Steam Deck.

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