- This weapon has Part System installed.
BALROG-V is chambered with 40 rounds of 5.56mm AHE, specialized bullets developed by the Aegis Institute. This weapon is equipped with the Balrog Charging System which enables the BALROG-V to fire explosive rounds and gradually increase the weapon's damage after continuous fire.
Unlike BALROG-VII, its explosive shots can be done after 15 continuous shots on a single target. If the user shoots at other target(s), the BCS System will be resetted. However, once the explosive shots occur, there will be non-stop explosive shots on that target until the user stops firing. The explosive shots are very harmful and can be continued even after reloading, as long as the user is aiming at the same target.
- Details: Shooting one target continuously increases the damage. Max additional damage: 4 (Normal), 6 (Zombie), 21 (Scenario)
- Can do explosive shots after continuous fire on a target
- Short reload time
- High accuracy and reserved ammo
- Usable scope
- Light weight
- Using scope does not affect rate of fire
- Purchasable by both Counter-Terrorist and Terrorists
- High magazine size for an Assault rifle
- Expensive price and ammunition cost
- Low rate of fire
- Must shoot a single target to activate the explosive shots
- Low magazine size for dealing with zombies
- South Korea: 25 September 2012.
- Taiwan/Hong Kong & China: 26 September 2012.
Japan: 10 October 2012. Indonesia: 31 July 2013. Singapore/Malaysia: 31 July 2013.
- CSN:Z: 23 September 2014.
Vietnam: 26 March 2015.
- South Korea: 24 July 2014.
- Taiwan/Hong Kong: 5 August 2014.
- China: 6 August 2014.
Japan: 6 August 2014. Indonesia: 7 January 2015. Vietnam: 4 June 2015.
- 40 rounds of BALROG-V can do 1200 ~ 2400 damage to zombies. If Balrog Charging System is activated, it can do 2400 ~ 4800 damage to zombies. Combining with Deadly Shot can deal up to 6000 damage.
- The rate of fire is average. Make sure to stay alert when dealing with Heavy Type zombies since they have very high knockback resistance and very low stun.
- Focus on one target for maximum performance.
- Aim for newly-infected zombies and take them down first.
- Be aware of Light-type zombies. Shoot in burst-fire to save ammo.
- When Balrog Charging System is activated be wary of Light-Type zombies as they can disrupt your charging system easily.
Tactics Against BALROG-V Users
- Avoid confronting BALROG-V at close quarter battles, 1-2 shots to the head or 3-4 shots to the body will kill you instantly. Surprise attacks or mid-to-far range combat is recommended.
- Has Balrog Charging System
- Higher damage in A mode (+2)
- Higher magazine size (+10)
- Same knockback and stun power
- Same speed reduction (9%)
- Lower damage in B mode (-26)
- Lower accuracy in A mode (-2%)
- Lower rate of fire in both mode (A : -1% / B : -9%)
- Higher recoil in both mode (A : -13% / B :-10%)
- More expensive (+$450)
- Cannot do Janus Transformation System
Ditto, after BCS is activated
- Similar to SKULL-1, BALROG-V's base weapon, the G36C, is unavailable in the game but exists in the game's reference strings. The G36C is a cut weapon intended to be a skin for the SG552's.
- When inserting a new magazine, you can see the Balrog's eyes glow red.
- When the Balrog Charging System is on, a red muzzle flash can be seen. The same muzzle flash is also used on Ethereal, only that it is light blue instead of red.
- The BCS is also activated when you shoot the same teammate.
- The idle animation shows that the user is examining the gun.
- When BCS is activated, the gun shakes more than usual.
- The yellow muzzle flash is also used for Tempest, BALROG-III and Gilboa Carbine.
- G36C at Wikipedia.