Desert Eagle MK VII - .44 Magnum w/ nickel finish

The Desert Eagle is a large-framed gas-operated semi-automatic pistol designed by Magnum Research in the U.S. and by IMI in Israel, the pistol is manufactured primarily in Israel by IMI (Israel Military Industries, now Israel Weapon Industries). Manufacturing was moved to Saco Defense in the state of Maine from 1996 to 2000 which carried the XIX designation, but shifted back to Israel when Saco was acquired by General Dynamics. The Desert Eagle has been featured in roughly 500 motion pictures and TV films, considerably increasing its popularity and boosting sales

Army of TwoEdit

The Desert Eagle is a pistol, portrayed as the Deagle in Army of Two.

Cost: $15,500

Ammo capacity: 8



  • Base - $0
  • Mk.76 Swordfish -$4,000
  • Viau Final Impact Mk.2 - $8,000
  • EAC Browne Closer V3 - $20,000


  • 8-Round Magazine - $0
  • 12- Round Exteded Magazine - $4,000


  • Standard - $0
  • Pimped - $10,000

The 40th DayEdit

The Desert Eagle is portrayed as the DE-0.44, in Army of Two: The 40th Day and is the most powerful of the 3 pistols available.

Cost: $13,500

The Devil's CartelEdit

The Desert Eagle is referred to as the Falcon .50 in Army of Two: The Devil's Cartel.