Call of Duty Blackout: How to Get the Ray Gun Mark II

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Call of Duty: Black Ops 4's latest content update, known as Operation Grand Heist, saw major changes to all aspects of the game, including some map changes for Blackout. These include a new area known as Ghost Town, new tunnels based off the zombies' map Buried, and the fitting addition of the Ray Gun Mark II. Follow this guide to unlock this absolutely devastating weapon in Blackout.

To unlock this gun, players will need to essentially repeat the Easter egg from Buried, which means there's a ton of hoops for Black Ops 4 players looking for this gun to jump through. Players will first want to proceed to the new location on the battle royale map, Ghost Town, and find a Combat Axe. Once this is done, players will want to find the saloon and use the axe to hit a bullseye on the dartboard.

Players will NEED to be behind the chalk line when making this throw, so be sure to do it correctly. Otherwise, this can lead to a lot of lost time. When this is done right, Black Ops 4 players will hear a piano to confirm that this is complete, which will also unlock a jail cell door just a short sprint away. Once inside the cell, players will see a question mark and get the Ray Gun Mark II by interacting with this wall.

Black Ops 4's Mark II is incredibly similar to the original Ray Gun as it comes with a limited supply of ammo, 60 rounds, but can kill relatively quickly. It doesn't deal splash damage like the original, which is something to keep in mind, and it fires in three-round bursts.

Because of this strenuous method of unlocking this gun (imagine competing against others for this gun or an incoming collapse), there are a few details we do not know yet such as the availability of the gun in a match. We also do not know if this gun can be picked up while outside the circle, but make no mistake, this is likely to make Ghost Town ironically a high-density area in Black Ops 4.

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is out now for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.

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