A modified AUG equipped with Rail System which allows attachment of various optical accessories. Its modularity makes it effective in a diverse set of missions.
  — The Arsenal 

The AUG A3 is the NX Standard variant of the AUG A1.


The AUG A3 is the NX Standard version of the GP Standard AUG A1. Unlike its GP counterpart, it comes with no attached scope, allowing this version of the AUG to be equipped for both close and long-range battles.

When statistically compared to the A1, the A3 has less recoil, but is otherwise equal in terms of straight numbers. However, the recoil pattern on the A3 is very different from the A1. The A3 tends to move in a single diagonal, curving to the side and coming back to center. The A1, however, tends to zig-zag in a seemingly random fashion, making extended fire unreliable.

All in all, the AUG A3 is a significant upgrade to the AUG A1 in terms of close quarters capability, mainly due to the removal of the A1's trademark integrated scope and the addition of a Picatinny rail for attachments.



  • This gun is quite unpopular, despite being quite similar to the G36C.
  • It was sold as a LE weapon during the one-week permanent weapon sales.
  • As of December 2010, Nexon is retiring the weapon from being purchased permanently. It was sold for 9,950 NX/permanent on Wednesday 12-22-10-Wednesday 01-05-11at 11:00 am PST.
  • This weapon was sold for 19,920 NX from 8/12/11 to 8/17/11 for permanent (LE).
  • During the Return of the Perms Sale, it was available for 19,920 NX permanent duration.


  • The drawing animation of the AUG A3.
  • The firing animation of the AUG A3.
  • The burst-mode firing animation of the AUG A3.
  • The reloading animation of the AUG A3.
  • The sprinting animation of the AUG A3.