Darktide: How To Get Sharpshooter Cosmetics

Learn about all of the ways to get cosmetics for Sharpshooter in Warhammer 40K Darktide

Sharpshooter cosmetics in Warhammer 40K Darktide can be customized to your liking. The game provides various options for every class’s cosmetics, and you can personalize your character however you see fit.  

Key Takeaways
  • There are three ways to get Sharpshooter cosmetics in Warhammer 40K Darktide: leveling up, completing Penances, and purchasing them from the Armory.
  • On every 5th level, you will receive a Torso armor; on every 10th level, you will receive a Leg armor; and on every 15th level, you will receive a Stance.
  • Completing Penances, aka challenges, reward you with Sharpshooter cosmetics. 
  • Some challenges include killing 5 highlighted enemies by hitting them at their weak spots with the secondary action of a weapon during a single use of volley fire and completing a mission with 100 percent accuracy and with no ammo remaining on Heresy threat or higher.
  • You can purchase cosmetics using in-game currency from the Armory. The in-game currency is called Scrip, and you can earn it by completing missions and challenges and selling unwanted items.
  • You can also use real money to purchase cosmetics from the game’s cash shop.

How To Get Sharpshooter Cosmetics In Darktide

As a Sharpshooter, it is important to kill the enemies and complete your objective. However, it is absolutely imperative that you look stylish while doing it. There are many different ways to get cosmetics for Sharpshooters in Warhammer 40K Darktide. These are

Completing Sharpshooter’s Penances

Penances are in-game challenges in Warhammer 40K Darktide that reward players with cosmetics or weapon unlock upon completion. Sharpshooter has 10 different penances or challenges that can be completed. These are

One In The Chamber

To complete the One In The Chamber penance, you have to kill 5 enemies with the last round in your gun on a mission with a Malice threat level or higher. We recommend a gun with strong firepower. Completing this penance will reward you with the Pistolero’s Duty Uniform (upper body). 

Long Bomb

For the completion of the Long Bomb penance, you have to kill 3 enemies with a frag grenade without making it bounce. The key is that you ensure the grenade does not bounce on the ground. Instead, it explodes on top of the enemy. Only then will this penance be completed. Successful completion nets you a Pistolero’s Duty Uniform (upper body) as a reward for your Sharpshooter.

Marked for Death

To complete the Marked for death challenge, you must hit the weak spots of 4 different enemies with 1 shot of your secondary action. Successfully completing this penance will reward you with a Pistolero’s Duty Uniform (lower body) for your Sharpshooter.

On Overwatch

Not to be confused with Blizzard’s game, the On Overwatch penance requires you to complete a mission on Malice threat level or higher without taking a single hit. It is imperative to bring good players to complete this penance. Successful completion will reward you with Dead Eye’s Duty Uniform (upper body) for your Sharpshooter.

Vantage Point

To complete the Vantage Point Penance, you will have to complete a mission of every single type in the game. On successful completion of this challenge, you will get a character frame as a reward.

On Target

For the completion of this penance, you will have to complete the following penances.

  • Long Bomb 
  • Marked for Death
  • Through the Mud
  • Vantage Point
  • I Love the Militarum

Completion of all of these penances will automatically complete the On Target penance, rewarding you with a Trinket and a head slot.

Through The Mud

To successfully complete the Through the mud penance, you must finish 25 missions as a Sharpshooter. Successful completion will net you a trinket as a reward.

I Love The Militarum

To complete the I love the Militarium penance successfully, and you must reach trust level 5 with a Sharpshooter. Successful completion will reward you with an upper-body cosmetic and a trinket.

Make Every Shot Count

To successfully complete the Make every shot count penance, you must use all of your ammo in a mission and ensure that not a single shot misses the target. Successful completion will reward you with a Killshot’s Duty Uniform (upper body) for your Sharpshooter.


To complete the Deadeye penance, you must use a Sharpshooter’s feat called Volley Fire.

  • Volley Fire will highlight some weaker enemies.
  • Now, you have to kill 5 highlighted enemies by hitting their weak spots using your weapon’s secondary action.
  • The mission threat level has to be on Heresy or higher.
  • Successfully doing this task will reward you with Killshot’s Duty Uniform (lower body).

Completing all 10 penances will give you lots of smokin’ hot cosmetics for your Sharpshooter.

Leveling Up

Warhammer 40K Darktide rewards you with cosmetics for simply just playing the game and leveling up. On every 5th level, you will receive a Torso armor; on every 10th level, you will receive a Leg armor; and lastly, on every 15th level, you will receive a Stance.

In-Game Weapon Shop

The weapons shop in the game is not exclusive to just upgrading gear and Zealot weapons or other classes’ guns. It also allows you to purchase cosmetics, including weapons and character skins, using the in-game currency. The prices are not half bad either.

Gear Upgrade Cash Shop
The Weapons Shop | Screenshot Grab: eXputer

Purchasing Warhammer 40K Darktide Imperial Edition

Warhammer 40K Darktide’s Imperial Edition has a lot of weapon skins, cosmetics, and outfits for Sharpshooters and other classes. It also includes premium currency, so if you have the money to spare on this, it can be a decent option to get exclusive skins.

Cosmetics Cash Shop

Cash shops are undeniably predatory, and the game developers Fatshark did get into some controversy thanks to their cash shop called Commodure’s Vestures in the game. However, the cash shop is the easiest way to get cosmetics for Sharpshooter in Warhammer 40K Darktide. Keep in mind that you do not spend too much money on this, or you can get addicted to wasting money on cash shops.

You use your hard-earned money in exchange for Aquilas, the game’s premium currency. You use this premium currency to purchase cosmetics for any class.

Warhammer 40K Darktide Cash Shop
The Cash Shop | Screenshot By eXputer


Warhammer 40K Darktide is the latest horde-killing endeavor by Fatshark, released on 30th November,-2022. It boasts various exciting features, such as ranged combat, overhauled loot system, and the ability to customize your character’s origins and appearance to an extent never before seen in Fatshark games.

With our guide on Warhammer 40K Darktide’s Sharpshooter’s cosmetics, you will be able to riddle the enemy team with uncountable holes just the same as you always did, but now you will look extremely stylish while doing it.


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