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The subject of this article appears in Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare The subject of this article appears in Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Zombies
For a similarly named weapon, see VPR.

"Full-auto ballistic firearm. Uses heavy terrestrial ammo for best in class stopping power."
— In-game description.

The HVR (referred to as UMP45 in the game files) is a Fujiwara ballistic submachine gun featured in Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. It resembles a UMP45, except the stock is in its folded position.

Campaign

The HVR is one of the rarest weapons to find in the game, where it can only be obtained from killed enemies. However, each soldier will have different weapons on each playthrough, making it hard to obtain.

When all side missions are completed, the HVR unlocks the Dual Wield upgrade, which allows the player to dual wield HVRs.

The Dual Wield attachment appears in multiplayer as the Epic gun perk Twinsanity, which reduces the weapons' hip-fire spread and disables aiming-down-sights.

Specifications

  • Weapon Type - Submachine Gun
  • Bullet Type - Ballistics
  • Special Features - None

Multiplayer

The HVR is unlocked at level 32. It is the last Submachine Gun to be unlocked in Multiplayer.

The iron sights of the HVR features an ammo counter that refers to the amount of ammunition in the current magazine on a panel underneath the reticle.

The HVR has an extremely small damage dropoff: there is only a five damage difference between the maximum and minimum damage, and both damage profiles allow for three-hit kills; however, to counterbalance the high damage, the HVR has the lowest rate of fire of all Submachine Guns, bar the MacTav-45.

The HVR's biggest strengths are its high damage output alongside great accuracy and ammunition control. This makes the HVR a very deadly weapon, and is amongst one of the most powerful weapons in the game.

The HVR Gemini allows dual wielding the HVR, with the Gun Perk's icon and the look of the weapon extremely similar to the UMP45 with akimbo from Modern Warfare 2. While it struggles with long range, at close range the Gemini is a force to reckon with, due to its high stopping power ability along with high hip fire accuracy.

Attachments

Optics

Other

Variants

For variant images, see HVR/Variants.
Name Image(s) Gun Perks Cost Notes
Gunslinger 75px Steady Gun Perk Icon IW.png N/A Sabre Team Seven Rank 10
Atlas 75px Sensor Gun Perk Icon IW.pngStability Gun Perk Icon IW.png N/A JTF Wolverines Rank 30
Carnage HVR Carnage Unlock Card IW.png Hitman Gun Perk Icon IW.pngSharpshooter Gun Perk Icon IW.png N/A Wraith Rank 30
Forsaken 75px Nuclear Gun Perk Icon IW.pngStockpile Gun Perk Icon IW.png N/A Magazine size: 31 rounds
Blood Anvil Rank 40
Gemini 75px Twinsanity Gun Perk Icon IW.pngReadiness Gun Perk Icon IW.png N/A Sabre Team Seven Rank 50

Zombies

The HVR appears in Zombies in Spaceland and Rave in the Redwoods, and can be bought as a wall weapon for 1250 points. It has fairly high damage, and a middling fire rate which makes it perfect for prolonged fire without having to worry about wasting shots. The weapon's preferable fire rate makes Bang Bangs an unnecessary addition, as the weapon will simply spray away, increasing recoil and losing accuracy.

When upgraded via the Pack-a-Punch Machine, the HVR becomes the Pray N' Spray, gaining increased damage, a larger magazine, and more reserve ammo. When Pack-a-Punched again, the HVR becomes the Swan Seung, which further increases ammo capacity, ammo reserves and damage.

Gallery

For camouflage images, see HVR/Camouflage.
For attachment images, see HVR/Attachments.

Concept art

Trivia

  • Upon the side of the weapon, 藤原 (Fujiwara) can be seen.
  • In Campaign, the HVR uses the MacTav-45's Create-a-Class description.
  • The HVR has an unusable integrated laser sight.
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