The Hurricane TMP-18 returns from Deus Ex: Human Revolution with some slight alterations, featuring similar performance and versatility overall, but can be further customized with new proprietary attachments.
It is a highly mobile and compact sidearm, dealing moderate damage at a rapid pace at the cost of relatively modest recoil. It boasts a sizable magazine capacity, beating out even the Combat Rifle and can be further upgraded to bring even more lead into the fight. Fully-customized, and the TMP-18 can prove to be quite a respectable powerhouse in any situation.
As in the previous game, the TMP-18 is a fairly common weapon in the hands of street hoodlums and gangsters, though given the larger presence of the police in most areas, it is still quite scarce. Ammo packs for it however, are fairly abundant and can be bought in large quantities from almost any vendor.
- Starting from the mission at G.A.R.M. station, very few (if any) enemies will actually pack the TMP-18 anymore, so it would be advisable to either replace it by that point, or hoard as much ammo as one can find if they still want to make use of it.
- The autofire mode burns through the player's ammo stock at an alarming rate, especially if the TMP-18 is upgraded. Unless mobbed at close range, the burst fire setting should be used instead to conserve ammunition.
- Against enemies with body armor, the TMP-18 does not pack a lot of power even with a fully-upgraded damage stat, and especially when suppressed. Aim for the head to maximum efficiency.
- The collapsible stock and ironsights were likely taken from the Heckler & Koch MP5, the charging handle belongs to the IMI UZI, and the handguard is of the LR-300 assault rifle.