|Magazine Size:||Current amount of held|
|Max Ammo:||Current amount of held|
|Sell Creep Price:||41|
|Unlock Method:||Purchase from Ox and Cadence for 100 .|
|Pay To Win|
|Everyone involved in the production of this gun thought it was a bad idea, but the higher-ups made them build it anyway.
Later, management shut down that gun factory for making a gun no one liked.
Microtransaction Gun is a gun that fires gems, books, money, and figurines of the Gungeoneers in exchange for one per shot.
This gun can also be unlocked immediately by buying the Collector's Edition, or the relevant DLC.
Notes[edit | edit source]
- http://merch.devolverdigital.com - If the player also has Mustache, Microtransaction Gun's damage is doubled.
- The Gun can shoot the following things:
- Figurines of:
- The Marine, which will pierce enemies and bounces around 4 times. (20 damage)
- The Pilot, which will open locks like the AKEY-47 (15 damage)
- The Convict, which will cause a small Molotov effect at its place of impact (15 damage)
- The Hunter, which will home in on enemies (15 damage)
- A Bullet Kin which charms the enemy on impact (8 damage)
- A green crystal (15 damage)
- A book/comic (2 damage)
- A bundle of money (2 damage)
- Figurines of:
- Duct-Taping Microtransaction Gun to another gun will no longer take away money per shot, as long as the tape is first used on the Microtransaction Gun.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- The expression "Pay To Win" is derived from micro-transaction-heavy games, where an advantage over other players can be achieved by investing more money in the game.
- The green crystals this gun fires and uses as its ammo counter may be a reference to "Dungeon Keeper", an iOS game by EA which famously blocked player progress unless they separately purchased green crystals which would greatly speed the game up.
- The Microtransaction Gun is available as an added DLC on Steam. This is a joke because you can make a microtransaction to get the microtransaction gun instead of unlocking it normally in the game.
- The gun may also be a refence to "Tingle's Rosy Rupeeland" where you must pay rupees to npc's to progress in the game