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The Hazmat variant is a reward for pre-ordering the game, while the digital camo version is received through the Gold Edition with the rest of the National Guard Gear Kit. In the Hazmat Kit, it appears in a white camouflage with an orange "hex-pattern" decal overlaid on the white. In addition, medical tape is wrapped around the grip and the magazine of the weapon.
In the National Guard Kit, the weapon appears with a unique digital camo paint scheme. With the Paramedic Kit, the weapon is mostly in a custom light gray scheme with a black magazine. On the magazine is blue medical tape at the bottom with 'EM1' written on it.
Compared to other assault rifles, the P416 is a fairly well-balanced weapon with a high rate of fire and decent damage per shot.
- Military P416
- Custom P416 G3
- EMT P416 (Paramedic Gear Set)
- Hazmat P416 (Hazmat Gear Set)
- JTF P416 (National Guard Gear Set)
Real world Weapon Edit
The POF P416 is made by the American company Patriot Ordnance Firearms. It was one of the first rifles - alongside the HK416 - to add a gas piston operating rod to the AR platform in an effort to further improve reliable functioning of the AR-15 family of weapons.
The P416 has appeared in several other Tom Clancy and Ubisoft games. It appears in Far Cry 3 and Far Cry 4 as the P416, a late-game weapon usually found on stronger enemies. It also appears in Ghost Recon: Future Soldier and Splinter Cell: Blacklist as the "Goblin". In both games' multiplayer, it serves as a hard-hitting bridge between SMGs and heavier assault rifles. It is also extremely popular, which may explain its inclusion as a bonus weapon within Tom Clancy's The Division.