At some point, everyone has experienced that specific urge to rush with a heavy machine gun after getting bored with always using rifles. That’s where the well-known Negev comes into play!
The first item on our list is Negev Power Loader, which was added to the game back in 2015 as part of the Revolver collection.
The first thing that might catch your eye is the clear black Negev inscription in the center of the weapon. The device is executed in a vibrant color scheme: black, white, yellow, and blue. “Man, isn’t it gorgeous!” you’ll likely exclaim — and I totally agree with you. The magazine of the gun is covered with blue matte paint — a great solution for this skin.
The price ranges between $1 and $9.
Luckily, the item has a StatTrak version, for which you’ll have to pay from 2 to 35 dollars.
Naturally, there’s no way we could neglect Negev Mjölnir. The most beautiful, the most detailed, and the most expensive — but first things first.
Released in 2019 along with the North collection, the machine gun caused a stir in the community by its price and looks.
The reason was the insanely beautiful coloring, made to resemble ancient Scandinavian engraved ornamentation in gold. In their extreme attention to detail, the authors went to the lengths of making the handguard in the form of a wooden grip decorated with carvings.
It’s common knowledge that this gun was named after the hammer of Thor, the god of Scandinavian mythology.
I wonder if it’s only the worthy who can lift it? I think not, yet to buy this machine gun for your arsenal, you really need to belong to the worthy: its price starts at 475 dollars and ends at around 950 dollars.
This rather old Negev, released in 2014, certainly deserves its place in our selection. The loud name fits this skin perfectly; besides, it accurately describes the sound produced by the weapon.
The pattern looks like one big sticker with the well-known “Bratatatat…” inscription, made in a cartoon style. The body is also chaotically covered with shot holes.
The magazine is worth a separate mention: it depicts an explosion in the same cartoonish style.
The device might appeal to those gamers who like cartoons or minimalist guns as well as to those on a budget. The price of the skin is about $1-5 for the regular edition and $2-23 for the frag counter version.
Added to the game along Operation Bloodhound, Negev Loudmouth gained immediate popularity. Unsightly at first glance, the machine gun deserves an inspection at closer quarters.
The skin has a dark yellow color scheme and depicts an unknown creature spewing fire. The device looks intentionally aged: you can see scuffs and scratches everywhere, which serve to enhance the vibe of the machine gun. Note the menacing inscription “RUN” on the front of the magazine, addressed to your hapless enemies.
The price/quality ratio of Negev | Loudmouth defines the phrase “Perfect for its money,” its price just around $1–7.
The StatTrak version will cost you between $2 and $20.
We found the next device on our list when browsing the vastness of Steam Workshop. Negev Retro is imbued with the spirit of the 80s, retro wave, and eight-bit music.
The skin features all trappings of this style. In the center are palm trees against the background of a sunset. Other parts of the weapon are covered with neon lines, triangles, and mesh. It’s not the first time XimiK, the author of the skin, presents us with such stuff: his collection also includes Mag-7, M4A4, AWP, and MAC-10, executed in the same style.
If you liked this machine gun, be sure to support the author so that Valve considers releasing it.