GMOD TF2 Weapons

GMOD, also known as Garry’s Mod, is a physics sandbox that gives you a bunch of weapons and tools. This sandbox was developed by the same company that owns Rust, Facepunch Studios.

If you’re interested in GMOD TF2 weapons, install the sandbox, and you’ll see all the available options for yourself. There’s a lot that comes with GMOD, and plenty of YouTube videos showcase its TF 2 weapons pack. This article will give you a summary.

TF2 Weapons

GMOD TF2 Weapons
GMOD TF2 Weapons

In Team Fortress 2, each class can use a wide range of weapons. Some of them are primary weapons, others are secondary weapons, and others are melee weapons. The game is full of options to choose from.

When you choose a primary weapon for your class, that primary weapon will dictate your playstyle. The standard primary weapon for each class offers relatively few buffs and almost no debuffs. But if you choose a different primary weapon, you will get significant buffs and debuffs.

Based on your preferences and level of skill, some weapons are better than others. However, the number of options is limited, despite being significantly large for each class. One thing that creates a bit more diversity is TF2 skins.

You get around a dozen good guns for every class, with nine classes total. This means you can utilize 100+ weapons before exhausting all the possibilities. For that reason alone, some players will never want to explore the TF2 weapons Universe any further. But for those who want more, there’s GMOD.

The Benefits of GMOD

GMOD can be found on Steam, and it’s quite easy to install. The process doesn’t take much time, and you’ll find plenty of good descriptions and instructions on the sandbox’s Steam page. In no time, you’ll be able to play a version of TF2 inside Garry’s Mod and enjoy a wide range of available weapons.

If you commit to learning everything about GMOD’s TF2, you will find a lot of interesting things about the game that you might not have considered before. Of course, given the no-objective format of GMOD, if you’re a goal-oriented person, you might not want to continue to explore the options after you’ve gained that initial experience.

But if you enjoy exploring without necessarily having a standardized competitive gaming experience, you will find that GMOD is full of amazing possibilities.

To paint a few images in your mind, think of what it would mean to play the core of TF2 inside a different gaming Universe that was designed to allow you to experience a much broader version of the original game.

GMOD’s TF2 Weapons

In GMOD every TF2 class has its weapons, just like in the original game. The game offers support for the original weapons and gives you the ability to mess around, thanks to its editing tools.

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William Westerlund

William is an author, editor, and an avid gamer with over 10.000 hours in CS:GO (Counter-Strike 2). He also enjoys playing Rust, Dota 2, and TF2 but never became a top 1% player in any of those games.