Laser Attachment

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Laser Attachment
Laser Attachment.png
This advanced aiming device places a red dot where the weapon is pointed. Attach this to a supporting weapon to add a laser sight.
Type Attachment
Weight 0.1
Spawn Command
cheat giveitemnum 216 1 0 0
cheat GFI Laser 1 0 0
cheat giveitem "Blueprint'/Game/PrimalEarth/CoreBlueprints/Items/WeaponAttachments/PrimalItemWeaponAttachment_Laser.PrimalItemWeaponAttachment_Laser'" 1 0 0
Supported by Simple Pistol
Longneck Rifle
Fabricated Pistol
Assault Rifle
Pump-Action Shotgun
Fabricated Sniper Rifle
Found in Supply Crate Red
Required level Level 59
Engram Points 24 EP
Crafting XP 544 XP
Repair XP 544 XP
Crafted in Fabricator
Tek Replicator
Required Stations Fabricator.png Fabricator
Refining Forge.png Refining Forge
Purchase (Mobile)
Purchased in Outpost Logo Mobile.svg
Cost 300 ×  Slips Logo Mobile.svg

Overview[edit | edit source]

The Laser Attachment adds a red dot to the interface that shows where the weapon is aimed at when equipped to a firearm.

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • The Laser Attachment, like the Flashlight Attachment is turned on/off by pressing N or double tapping the reload key (default R on PC, Square on PS4,X on Xbox, or Y on Switch).
  • The Laser Attachment is not visible at long distances during the day time
  • Usually not very useful if your server has crosshairs enabled.
  • This can be a substitute for the Flashlight Attachment in dark areas by paying close attention if the laser dot changes position; notifying you if something moved in front of you without you knowing.
  • The Laser Attachment is very useful in VR mode as the game's HUD is not fully compatible with VR, (crosshairs are not properly positioned and disabled by default) this makes it easier for the the weapon to be accurately hipfired and serves the same purpose in VR as a laser sight in real life would.
  • Most laser sight models are mis-alligned on their weapons, most notably on the assault rifle, yet the cosmetic alignment does not affect where the laser beam points.

Gallery[edit | edit source]