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The RPG-7 is a rocket-propelled grenade launcher commonly featured in the Uncharted series. It is a shoulder-launched anti-tank weapon that is highly effective against personnel and vehicles. It must be reloaded after every shot and the player can only carry three rounds max. It has the blast radius of a grenade and kills most enemies with one direct hit, except for bosses.

History[edit | edit source]

Drake's Fortune[edit | edit source]

The RPG-7 is only seen in "Ambushed" in Drake's Fortune, where one of Eddy Raja's pirates was firing it at Nathan Drake and Elena Fisher's boat, forcing them to abandon ship as it was about to explode.

Among Thieves[edit | edit source]

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In Among Thieves the RPG-7 was used by Zoran Lazarević's soldiers.

Drake's Deception[edit | edit source]

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In Drake's Deception the RPG-7 was used by Katherine Marlowe's agents.

Golden Abyss[edit | edit source]

In Golden Abyss, it first appears in "I'm Telling You... It Was Drake..." when one of Jason Dante's mercenaries shoots an RPG-7 at the floor that Drake is hanging from. It is usable in "There's No Turning Back", and "Getting My Hands Dirty".

Combat[edit | edit source]

Due to the grenade's low velocity, it's best to aim for the ground where your adversaries are standing, instead of aiming directly for them, as they might very well have moved a few feet when the grenade impacts. The RPG has high blindfire accuracy, as the rocket travels directly where the camera is pointed.

Multiplayer[edit | edit source]

On some maps in the multiplayer of Among Thieves it can be picked up at the start of the match, whereas on others it may only be found after an environmental hazard has been triggered. Rocket Man increases its max ammo capacity, but has no effect in RPG deathmatches. In Drake's Deception it stays largely the same, but has its own unique reticule, and the grenade's colors has changed to bronze instead of green.

In A Thief's End's multiplayer it has high damage, moderate accuracy recoil and a slow rate of fire. As this weapon is a heavy weapon, it has no modifications.

Medal and trophy[edit | edit source]

Trophy data
30 Kills: RPG-7
Kill 30 enemies with the RPG-7. Bronze
30 Kills: RPG-7
Kill 30 enemies with the RPG-7. Bronze
30 Kills: RPG-7
Kill 30 enemies with the RPG-7. Bronze

Scoring 30 kills with the RPG-7 will unlock the medal, worth $10,000, and bronze trophy "30 Kills: RPG-7" in both Among Thieves and Among Thieves Remastered. The same amount of kills will also unlock the bronze trophy of the same name in both Drake's Deception and Drake's Deception Remastered, as well as a bronze trophy in Golden Abyss.

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