1 Day - 600 GP
7 Days - 2,940 GP
30 Days - 11,700 GP
90 Days - 32,400 GP
The Walther P38 maintains the low damage of the K5 at 30, the same fire-rate at 48, but has 1 point higher accuracy, and 2 points less recoil than the K5. The Walther P38 trades off magazine size; a measly 8 rounds compared to even the K5's 13 rounds, for a higher total rounds of 48.
The Walther P38 overall, is a much better pistol than the K5 and can be considered an upgrade to if one is accustomed to the K5 series. The recoil is much easier to control, and the spread is much lower as well. It still shares the K5's slower than average reload, however. The P38 also has a higher-frequency, quieter firing noise, which is useful for stealth.
Compared to the Luger P-08, the Walther trades off 6 point lower damage for 10 points more rate of fire, while maintaining the same accuracy and recoil ratings, as well as the ammo count.
- This pistol is one of five to have the most ammo in reserve, the other four being the Luger P-08, Makarov, Bushmaster Type 97, and the TT Pistol.
- This pistol shares the same draw, reload, and sprinting animations with the American Eagle.
- Due to the CA:NA - CA:EU merge, the Walther in the name was removed.