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"Bolt-action sniper rifle with built-in suppressor that offers one shot kill to torso and above."
— Description

The De Lisle is a bolt-action sniper rifle that features an integral suppressor. It was added to Call of Duty: WWII with the Liberty Strike update.

MultiplayerEdit

The De Lisle is effectively a Lee-Enfield with a unique integral suppressor, keeping the player off mini-maps when firing. Damage and attributes are similar to the Lee-Enfield, with low idle sway, good fire rate (for a sniper rifle) and large magazine size. To prevent players from exclusively using the De Lisle over the Lee-Enfield, the De Lisle has a slower ADS time.

As the only sniper rifle with a suppressor, the De Lisle is the only bullet weapon that has a suppressor that can kill in one shot in core. This makes locating a sniper using the De Lisle harder as they will never appear on the mini-map, and coupled with the Mountain Division and a suitable secondary, can be used to create a truly stealthy sniper loadout.

Nazi ZombiesEdit

The De Lisle shares many of the Lee-Enfield's traits, but can be seen as superior as the integral suppressor keeps the De Lisle more accurate in sustained fire due to the reduction in muzzle flash. The De Lisle will kill in one shot to about wave 15, with headshots carrying the player into the 20s. The De Lisle strangely does not feature aim assist ('Snap aim') alongside the Lever Action and PTRS-41.


The De Lisle is available from the Mystery Box in all maps for 1,000 Jolts and from the Sniper Rifle Waffenboxes in The Tortured Path for 2,000 Jolts. When upgraded either by the Ubersprengen or via the Freefire perk "MK. II" it becomes the Subsonic Scream gaining an increased base magazine size of 30, increased maximum reserve ammo of 320, increased damage and the additional ability to have shots that impact a surface without touching a zombie become lodged into the ground producing a yellow light that will over three seconds become red and eventually firing out up to five shots to random nearby zombies, dealing extreme damage to whatever is in the way of it. These shots will also ignore solid walls.


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