‘Battlefield 1’ Or Honey I Shrunk The Gun (VIDEO)

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chris-littlechild - October 14, 2016

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It’s official, Ego-gents. Mark today, October 14, 2016, as the day that video game guns just couldn’t get their shit together and decide what they’re doing with their lives.

Earlier this morning, we saw the real-life 3D printed Doom BFG. A gargantuan terror it was; like carrying Godzilla’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? That’s just how life is here at Egotastic Gaming. That’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 couldn’t take down anything larger than a gnat’s boob. With all of that said, then, it’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. It’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 it’s got that going for it.

Check out the Kolibri at around the 7:30 point in the gameplay above.

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