PPSh-41 is a World War II submachine gun featured in CrossFire.
PPSh-41 (Pistolet-Pulemyot Shpagina) is a Russian submachine gun designed by Georgi Shpagin and used extensively by the Red Army in World War 2. It is made largely of stamped steel. It is loaded with 71-round drum magazine, and fires the 7.62×25mm Tokarev pistol round.
This weapon is known for its very fast firing rate and high accuracy, but it suffers from high recoil, and has low damage dealing.
- CF China
- CF Vietnam
- CF Russia
- CF West
- CF Brazil
- CF Korea
- CF Philippines
- This is the third submachine gun in CrossFire that uses drum magazine after the Thompson and American-180.
- This weapon has a similar drawing animation as the Ruger MINI-14 albeit faster, while its reloading animation is similar to Thompson.
- In CF Vietnam, PPSh-41 was packed along with FAD and Spanner in a "New Era" crate, obviously making no sense because it's a historical gun.
- This gun has an unusual HUD where characters grab the drum magazine in its upper position instead of side way (like Call of Duty) or underneath the barrel (Like Medal of Honor Allied Assault: Spreadhead).
- Like the M12s, the PPSh-41 also has a wrong ejecting port. Instead on the top it's on the right ejecting the spent cartridge.
- Like P90, this caliber is severely underpowered in game it deals a low damage but also same case with Tokarev TT-33, this might be presumably game balance. In real life this caliber can penetrate the light bulletproof vest, but in modern day this caliber became obsolete.