The Shadowstalker is an extremely rare railgun in Unturned found at Scorpion-7's laboratory. It uses Rails as ammunition and the gun itself spawns with the Shadowstalker Scope pre-attached by default.
Upon impact, the Shadowstalker creates an explosion dealing AoE (Area of Effect) damage in a radius.
The Shadowstalker spawns near the UFO and inside Scorpion-7's indoor shooting range.
The Shadowstalker comes with a 6x scope, which is a one of a kind.
It has a long effective range.
It has the best hip-fire of any 5x2 weapon in the game, and becomes much more useful with a Bi-Pod and Tactical Laser.
It is able to kill a civilian zombie in one shot to any body part.
It has the ability to destroy most civilian vehicles in one shot, or two at the most.
It loses 1 durability every time the weapon is fired, making it one of the least durable weapons in the game.
It can only be found in Scorpion-7 and at the UFO north of Bellevue Golf Course.
Its size makes it a pain to carry around when not equipped.
It only fits one rail in the weapon at a time as it lacks a magazine, making it very poor at close range and when fighting multiple opponents.
It cannot use barrel attachments.
It has a high recoil
The Shadowstalker has been added to the game.
Increased most damage values and multipliers.
Removed the "green ring" firing effect.
Wear was added, with a value of 4.
Added damage against Objects, set at 75.
The Shadowstalker is the only fictional weapon in the game, meaning it has no specific real-life counterpart.
However, it highly resembles the Rorsch MK1 from Battlefield 4, because of its long-ranged default sight and the round it uses are identical.
Railguns exist in real life, however the only model is a gigantic weapon mounted on the Zumwalt-class stealth destroyer employed by the US Navy
When fired, the character seems to pull an invisible bolt similar to bolt-action rifles.
It,along with the Augewher, is one of the only 2 ranged weapons that comes with a default scope.
It is the only ranged weapon without bullet drop.
Despite the ammunition being called a "rail", railguns in real life don't actually fire rails. Rather, they use electromagnetic rails in order to magnetically launch a ferromagnetic projectile forward at extremely high speeds (around 2,400 to 3,500 meters per second, much faster than an ordinary bullet).
This implies that the weapon takes 'railgun' in the literal sense and uses wordplay.