chris-littlechild - October 14, 2016
Itâ€™s official, Ego-gents. Mark today, October 14, 2016, as the day that video game guns just couldnâ€™t get their shit together and decide what theyâ€™re doing with their lives.
Earlier this morning, we saw the real-life 3D printed Doom BFG. A gargantuan terror it was; like carrying Godzillaâ€™s wang around in your arms. My question is this: How the hell do you go from that to one of the teeniest guns ever made? Thatâ€™s just how life is here at Egotastic Gaming. Thatâ€™s how we roll.
Battlefield 1, IGN reports, is going to include the 2.7mm Kolibri. This weeny-ass self defense weapon was released by an Austrian watchmaker in 1914, and named after a species of hummingbird for its pathetic size. The thing was primitive, inaccurate and couldnâ€™t take down anything larger than a gnatâ€™s boob. With all of that said, then, itâ€™s a perfect troll weapon for the upcoming World War One shooter.
YouTuber jackfrags tried out the Kolibri in the game, and confirmed that it sucks and does negligible damage. Itâ€™s damn funny, though, and reminds me of the weeny gun with the massive kick that Will Smith picked up in Men in Black. So itâ€™s got that going for it.
Check out the Kolibri at around the 7:30 point in the gameplay above.