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This page about the Revolver, a Handgun in The Last of Us Part II. Read on to learn how to get the Revolver, as well as the best weapon upgrades for it, and how to use the Revolver.
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|Description||Mid-range revolver with moderate damage and slow reload speed.|
|Fire Rate||30||Replace the hammer spring to increase firing rate.
+35% Fire Rate
|Stability||50||Replace the revolver grip to reduce recoil and decrease weapon sway.
|Reload Speed||50||Use a speed loader to load rounds all at once instead of individually.
+85% Reload Speed
|Damage||70||Replace the barrel to fire more powerful shots.
Stability will make landing those critical headshots much more easy, making this powerful gun even more deadly. After that, damage is your go-to upgrade, as being able to take down foes even if you don't hit them in the head is a big help.
Reload speed is less important than the other two, so save it for third. Since you'll mainly be using the revolver to one-shot foes, fire rate is rather unimportant, and should only be upgraded if you have extra parts to spare. Maybe save this upgrade for your second playthrough.
While headshots are important for any gun you use, this is especially true for the revolver, due to its low fire rate. However, this gun does pack a punch, and after upgrading the damage output, it can usually one-shot runners and hunters, even if you do not shoot them in the head.
Generally, it is good for smaller crowds, and since it is more accurate than the pistol, it is better at a medium range. It is very effective on human foes, since they are less likely to rush at you, and as mentioned above, they can be one-shotted even without head shots. For battling hordes of charging runners, the pistol will usually be a safer option due to its quicker fire rate.
In Jackson - Packing Up, you will have a chance to explore the house before leaving for Seattle. Go upstairs and look on the bed to see a box. On the inside, the revolver sits and waits for you.
|Military Pistol||Hunting Pistol|
|Bolt-Action Rifle||Pump Shotgun||Bow|
|Semi-Auto Rifle||Double Barrel Shotgun||Crossbow|
|Flamethrower||Silenced Submachine Gun||-|
|Stun Bomb||Trap Mine||Pipe Bomb|
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I’m more of a stealth player so I didn’t enjoy the boss fight in the hospital. One touch and you’re dead, that’s not enjoyable or realistic. Might as well run outside and kick a bear. I’d get the same thing happen, dead. Too much story in this game as well, I feel like it’s hours of videos that takes away from the game play. Just give me the details and move it along. I don’t need to know who’s screwing who.
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