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Weapons in Dead Space 3 are categorized into three different sections: Pre-Built Weapons, Blueprints, and Parts. The two weapons the player start out with in-game (Plasma Cutter and SMG) as well as any Pre-Order/Special Edition weapons that are found pre-assembled in the safe are considered "Pre-Built Weapons". Blueprints consist of the design schematics found around the world of Dead Space 3 -- blueprints do not come pre-assembled, you must have the correct materials and construct them yourself. Parts are all the components that make up a weapon in Dead Space 3.

预建武器[]

预建武器也是通过标准组件创建的,并且可以被拆分成部件或者被随意改装。但某些武器在拆分之后无法再装回去,该问题并没有被修复。以行星裂解者为例,如果将下层的旋口模块换掉后是无法再装上的;即使是将上层端口改为默认下层装上旋转模块之后再将上层端口改为裂解者,旋口模块还是会被自动卸掉。另一个为探针枪

  • 冲锋枪
  • 等离子切割器
  • 魔鬼之角**
  • Evangelizer*
  • Negotiator*
  • EG-900 SMG*
  • Tesla Enervator*
  • Planet Cracker*
  • AL-9 Clearcutter*
  • SMP-90 Sharpshooter*
  • Aegis VII Survivalist*
  • Skewer*
  • Broadbow Arc Cutter*
  • EL1 Rapido*

* These weapons are only available as DLC or as a Bonus. See Downloadable Content for Dead Space 3
** This is only available after completing Classic mode.

Blueprints[]

Blueprints do the assembly work for you, but do not add anything you can't make using the manual assembly interface. A blueprint will use any matching parts that you already have before producing new parts using resources. If you have some parts, but not all, it will use the parts you have and then use resources to make the rest. Parts already being used by weapons in your safe will not be used, so if you want to use those you should either disassemble those weapons first or just modify the weapon manually. List is based on in-game order:


  • Pitch Black 392
  • Intimid8r
  • Shootbanger
  • ... and Tubes
  • Sweep the Leg
  • Ship Repair Tool
  • Slam Chop
  • Disemboweler
  • Tre Pound Seven
  • Desperation
  • Infected Dissolver
  • Identify and Destroy
  • Shocker
  • Codecow
  • Basic Line Gun
  • Bolas Gun
  • Contact Beam*
  • Flamethrower*
  • Force Gun*
  • Ripper**
  • Heavy Metal Thunder
  • Hot Death
  • HUN-E1 Badger
  • Javelin Gun*
  • Line gun**
  • Medic Support Handgun
  • Mjölnir
  • Pulse Rifle*
  • Shotgun
  • Show Stopper
  • Seeker Rifle*
  • Detonator**
  • Rivet Gun**

*Available in Classic mode.
**ONLY available in Classic mode.

You can also craft Custom Blueprints and share them amongst other players, but they cannot be renamed, nor can they be used in Classic mode.

Also, custom blueprints cannot be shared if the specific weapon is equipped with the Mk. II or Mk. V parts, 3+ Upgrade Circuits or parts gained from DLCs. You must create a blueprint without these upgrades if you want to share it.

Parts[]

The crafting system in Dead Space 3 defines weapons as being composed of a Frame, a Tool, and a Tip at a minimum. A weapon can optionally have a second Tool and Tip, up to two Attachments, and up to eight Upgrade Circuits.

Higher Mk. II versions of Frames, Tips, Attachments, and Modules can be found scattered throughout the campaign after winning the game and starting a New Game+, as well as upon completing certain Achievements. Tools do not have higher Mark versions. Mk. V versions can only be obtained by purchasing resource packs. There's no such thing as Mk. III or IV items in the game.


Frames[]

Depending on the type of frame, you can use different parts. There are two basic types of frames, Compact and Heavy.

There is a Standard and an Elite version of each, as well as unique variants. The Standard version starts with half as many upgrade circuits. However, additional circuits can be unlocked using Tungsten, up to the same number as an Elite Frame. If all upgrade circuits are unlocked, the total Tungsten cost is the same between Standard and Elite frames. However, you save on Semiconductor and Scrap Metal if you use an Elite Frame to start out with. Also, if you unlock upgrade circuits on an Standard Frame and then dismantle the weapon, it remembers that those slots are unlocked the next time you use it. However, the name remains "Standard Frame" so it might be hard to tell which one it is. Somewhat illogically, even with all 8 upgrade circuits unlocked, the name still does not change to "Elite".

  • Probe Frame: A custom S.C.A.F. tool frame specifically designed to support the Nexus Probe.
    • Dismantling the Nexus Probe gives you this useless frame that you can't use or reassemble. It is possible to sell the frame and receive one piece of Scrap Metal. In order to do so, build or modify a weapon and select the option that shows your current frame. Hover over the Probe Frame and sell the part.
  • Compact Standard Frame:单手使用的紧凑型标准框架。
  • Heavy Standard Frame: 双手使用的重型标准框架。
  • Compact Elite Frame: 单手使用的紧凑型精英框架,解锁了所有回路槽位。
  • Heavy Elite Frame: 双手使用的重型精英框架,解锁了所有回路槽位。
  • Compact EarthGov Frame:包含内建升级的紧凑框架(+3射速)。
  • Heavy S.C.A.F Frame: 包含内部升级的重型框架(+3伤害)。
  • Weller's Compact Frame: 仅能装备上层工具且包含了内部升级的紧凑型框架(+1重装)。
  • Hammond's Heavy Frame: A heavy, upper tool-only frame with built-in upgrades. (+3 CLP)
    • The increased ammo capacity of this frame can be especially useful for fully automatic weapons such as the Assault Rifle, Pulse Rifle, and Bullpup Rifle, as well as any of the Pneumatic Torch weapons.
    • Built-in +CLP upgrade is +4.
  • Mk. II Compact (+RLD)
  • Mk. II Heavy (+RLD)
  • Mk. V Compact Supercharged Frame: A supercharged frame for one-handed weapons.(+RLD)
    • Built in +RLD is twice as much as the Mk. II.
  • Mk. V Heavy Supercharged Frame: A supercharged frame for two-handed weapons.(+RLD)
    • Built in +RLD is twice as much as the Mk. II.
  • The Devil's Hand: A unique frame for the Devil Horns.
    • This frame can not be built individually. If disassembled, the frame will be removed from your inventory - so it is important to make a custom blueprint before changing anything. Can only be used with Devil Horns parts.


名称 是否能装备上层工具 是否能装备上层工具 是否为紧凑型 是否为重型 上层回路数 下层回路数
探针框架*
0+4
0+4
紧凑型标准框架
2+2
2+2
重型标准框架
2+2
2+2
紧凑型精英框架
4
4
重型精英框架
4
4
紧凑型地球政府框架
1+3
1+3
重型 S.C.A.F框架
1+1
1+1
维勒紧凑框架
3+1
0
哈蒙德重型框架
3+1
0
The 恶魔之手*
0+4
0+4

* These are unique items, and if dismantled can not be used.

Attachments[]

Attachments add additional effects or capabilities to a weapon.

Name Attachment 1 Attachment 2 Description
Scope
Yes
No
The Scope zooms in to allow an easier view to distant enemies and objects when aiming.
Damage Support
Yes
Yes
Increases damage done by you and your partner.
Ammo Support
Yes
Yes
Increases clip size for self and partner. (Around 5% increase)
Explosion Amplifier
Yes
Yes
Increases the radius of explosions.
Safety Guard
Yes
Yes
Prevents user from taking splash damage from explosive weapons.
Medic Support
Yes
Yes
Health packs consumed by self also heal partner.
Stasis Support
Yes
Yes
Stasis packs consumed by self also recharge partner.
Stasis Amplifier
Yes
Yes
Stasis shots have a larger radius.
Full Zoom Scope
Yes
No
Prototype military scope for advanced long-range aiming.
Ammo Sweeper
Yes
Yes
Automatically picks up nearby ammo.
Flame Glaze
No
Yes
Modifies projectiles to inflict minor fire damage.
Ammo Box
No
Yes
Instantly reloads weapons after emptying clip.
Electric Charge
No
Yes
Electrifies projectiles to cause small amounts of voltaic damage.
Stasis Coating
No
Yes
Coats projectiles with a very small amount of stasis.
Acid Bath
No
Yes
Coats projectiles in acid that does damage over time.


Tools & Tips[]

Weapon Tips require a "Tool." Tips determine the functionality of the resulting weapon.

Mk. II tips have a green and silver/chrome finish while Mk. V versions have a blue and gold finish. These improved versions (Mk. II) provide varying benefits such as a faster rate of fire, a larger ammo capacity, or increased damage, depending on the weapon. Mk. V variants provide an even further boost within the same areas as their Mk. II counterparts.

Applying a Mk. II tool tip to a weapon will result in "Mk. II Overclocked" being added to its name. For example: 'Bullpup Rifle' becomes 'Mk. II Overclocked Bullpup Rifle' upon addition of a Mk. II tool tip.

Name Upper Tool Lower Tool Compact Heavy
Military Engine
Upper
Lower
Compact
Heavy
Default
Yes Yes Yes Yes
Compact Directed Ejection Field
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Compressor
Yes Yes No Yes
Conic Dispersal
Yes Yes No Yes
Directed Suspension Field
Yes Yes No Yes
Precision Tip
Yes Yes No Yes
Rail Accelerator
Yes Yes No Yes
Repeater
Yes Yes No Yes
EG-900 SMG Tip*
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
EL1 Rapido Tip*
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Evangelizer Conic Dispersal*
Yes Yes No Yes
Evangelizer Directed Ejection Field*
Yes Yes No Yes
Marauder Repeater*
Yes Yes No Yes
Sharpshooter Tip*
Yes Yes No Yes
Plasma Core
Upper
Lower
Compact
Heavy
Default Tip
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Compact Conic Dispersal
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Compact Directed Ejection Field
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Compressor
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Diffraction Torus
No
Yes
No
Yes
Precision Tip
Yes
No
No
Yes
Planet Cracker Tip*
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Tundra Recon Tip*
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Pneumatic Torch
Upper
Lower
Compact
<div">Heavy
Default Tip
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Compressor
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Precision Tip
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Rip Core
Upper
Lower
Compact
<div">Heavy
Default Tip
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Compact Directed Ejection Field
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Directed Ejection Field
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Tundra Recon Tip*
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Telemetry Spike
Upper
Lower
Compact
<div">Heavy
Default Tip
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Conic Dispersal
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Diffraction Torus
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Repeater
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Skewer Tip*
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Tesla Core
Upper
Lower
Compact
<div">Heavy
Default Tip
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Compressor
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Diffraction Torus
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Directed Suspension Field
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Precision Tip
Yes
No
No
Yes
Repeater
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Broadbow Arc Cutter Tip*
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Sharpshooter Tip*
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Negotiator Precision Tip*
Yes
No
No
Yes
Negotiator Directed Ejection Field*
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Enervator Tip*
Yes
No
No
Yes
Hydraulic Engine
Upper
Lower
Compact
<div">Heavy
Default Tip
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Conic Dispersal
No
Yes
No
Yes
Marauder Hedgetrimmer*
No
Yes
No
Yes
Survey Charge
Upper
Lower
Compact
<div">Heavy
Default Tip
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Compressor
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Diffraction Torus
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Directed Ejection Field
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Directed Suspension Field
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Rail Accelerator
Yes
Yes
No
Yes

* These weapon tools and/or tips are only available as DLC or as a Bonus. See Downloadable Content for Dead Space 3


Modules[]

Modules are tools that only work in the lower tool slot and only when specific weapons are in the upper tool slot.

Name Upper Tool Lower Tool Compact Heavy Description
Canister Recovery Module
No
Yes
No
Yes
It allows recovery of last deployed canister. Known to work with Detonator Mines and Knockback Detonators.
Electrocution Module
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
It electrifies the last shot fired. It's known to work with Bolas variants, Mine variants, Ripper Blade variants except Tundra Recon, and Telemetry Spike weapons except Chain Gun and Skewer.

It can be used with Incendiary Grenades, but the grenades must have SPD upgrades.

Explosive Module
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
It causes the last shot fired to explode. It's known to work with Bolas variants, Mine variants, Standard Rippers (not Suspended), and Telemetry Spike weapons except the Chain Gun and the Skewer.

It can be used with Grenade variants and Rocket Launchers, but the Survey Charge must have SPD upgrades.

Rotator Cuff Module
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
It allows primary tool to rotate 90 degrees. It's known to work with Plasma Cutter variants except Tundra Recon, Line Guns except any DLC, and Ripper Blades except Tundra Recon.

It's incompatible with the Planet Cracker despite being part of the gun. If it's removed, then it can't be re-added without a blueprint.


Upgrade Circuits[]

主要词条: Upgrade Circuits

All of the circuits can be applied to any weapon, and can have any one or two combined stats, each of those stats having a value of -1 to +3 of the following:

  • Reload
  • Rate of Fire
  • Damage
  • Clip

It should be noted, however, that +4 Circuits were included in the initial Dead Space 3 demo but were removed from the final game, likely due to balancing issues. These circuit's can still be found in the game's files, but are never seen in the game.

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