Vargen FH-7

Vargen FH-7.jpg

Rate of Fire
Fire modes (Wii)
50, 63 (Extended)
Unlocked at
Level 29

The Vargen FH-7 (FN-P90) is a low-level submachine gun created in 1990 by the Belgian company FN Herstal. Its first appearance is in the Carrier level. It appears to also be in reference to the original RC-P90 from GoldenEye 64.

Overview[edit | edit source]

The Vargen FH-7 is a fully automatic weapon with a 50 round Magazine. This low end SMG makes up for lack of power, range and accuracy with an extremely high ROF and boasts the highest magazine size of any weapon in the game.

Missions Located[edit | edit source]

Goldeneye Reloaded[edit | edit source]

Single Player[edit | edit source]

The Vargen has good range and an above average rate of fire. The Vargen can be found in Carrier and in the Beginning of Jungle. It is great for general purpose use, but for extended distances, changing to a assault rifle or sniper is better. You have 50 rounds at your disposal, so unless you're low on ammo, don't be afraid to fire from the hip, spray and pray, destroy your enemies, cover, or even rush if you're brave. In the game, the Vargen accepts four attachments, a reflex sight,a silencer, an ACOG scope and a laser pointer.

Multiplayer[edit | edit source]

Great for Close to mid range battles, the P90 can be very effective from the hip when turning corners and decent at eliminating targets while aiming down sights. Its slow reload time will quickly teach impulsive reloaders to slow their roll and take out two or three enemies before punching that minus button. For Attachments, optics are generally discouraged, The iron sights are fairly good, the Laser Pointer aids hipfire, which the Vargen was purpose-built for, while the silencer improves accuracy, while not having much effect on the Vargen's already

average damage.

In Heroes Trevalyan uses a buffed Vargen fitted with the Laser Sight, taking advantage of the Vargen's superior hipfire capabilities. That, combined with the Extended Magazine offer 63 rounds of lead (technically copper-jacketed aluminum,) justice for quickly clearing a room. Snap Shot helps improve the Vargen's already impressive hipfire, while Heavy Hitter or Speed Loader fix some of its drawbacks (low damage and slow reload, respectively.)

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • For some reason, a Vargen FH-7 is equipped with a Compensator in the Carrier level of GoldenEye 007: Reloaded.
  • In Jungle (2010),a silenced Vargen can be found to the right of the crashed Aeroplane,just beside the cockpit.    It is the only silenced Vargen in Single-Player and Multi-Player.It is presumably the weapon Bond took with him. 
  • The Vargen FH-7 is based on its real-life counterpart, the FN-P90, which was the inspiration for the RC-P90 from the original GoldenEye.
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