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This article appeared in Far Cry InstinctsThis article appeared in Far Cry 5This article appeared in Far Cry New DawnThis article appeared in Far Cry 6

The 92FS (United States Military designation, Pistol, Semiautomatic, 9mm, M9) is a commercially available handgun produced by Beretta Arms Factory, chambered in 9x19mm NATO.

Far Cry Instincts

The Beretta 92FS is the first side arm you start off with in Far Cry Instincts.

It is accurate, has a high capacity magazine and can be dual wielded. As you progress you will eventually see silenced versions lying around, which provide a big advantage over enemies. Not only will they not be able to hear your shots, it slightly increases the weapon's damage.

Far Cry 5

The Beretta returns in the Far Cry 5 Live Event, Arcade Noon. Players who played 40 minutes in featured Far Cry Arcade maps were given the "Red Flag" variant, with the standard variant added the next week.

"This semiautomatic became part of the U.S. Armed forced in 1985. It's a millennial, so... you know."

In-Game Description

Far Cry 5

The M9 is a standard sidearm weapon adopted by the United States military in 1985, replacing the older 1911. In Far Cry 5, the M9 has a 10-round magazine, with the extended magazine increasing the capacity to 12 rounds.

"A meaty pistol with a lot of raw power."

In-Game Description

Far Cry 5

The Red Flag is painted in an Eden's Gate motif, painted in matte red with a white Eden's Gate cross on the grips, and "SINNER" stenciled on the top of the slide and barrel.

Far Cry New Dawn

"The grip wore off years ago, but it's nothing electrical tape can't fix."

In-Game Description

Far Cry New Dawn

The Makeshift M9 is still found in Hope County 17 years after The Collapse. The Makeshift M9 is in Far Cry New Dawn as a Rank II weapon. Like in Far Cry 5, it has a 10-round magazine. It deals 150 damage. It is a Rank 2 weapon, and has been fitted with a makeshift scope and electrical tape on the grip of the pistol itself, as the original grip wore away due to years of neglect.

Trivia

  • With the addition of the M9 "Red Flag" in Far Cry 5, this is the first time the gun has made an appearance in the series since Instincts
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