A Lato equipped in each hand. Twice the clip size and fire rate, but reload time is doubled and accuracy is lowered.
This weapon can be sold for
This weapon deals primarily
Low recoil, making it easy to aim fast follow up shots.
Good fire rate.
Generally low damage.
Poor accuracy at mid-long range.
Low critical chance.
Using Aklato for longer engagements can prove inergonomical when firing quickly due to the semi-auto trigger.
The Aklato can be purchased for
Weapon Loadouts Edit
The higher firerate may be comfortably made use of by PC players by making an alternative weapon fire keybind on downward mousewheel scroll. It must be noted, however, that scrolling the wheel too fast causes oversampling, having the weapon fire not as fast as it could.
Previously, Aklato used the same icon and in-game model as Akbolto. It was changed several patches later.
It can be noted that for some users Aklato appears to land shots near the top of the reticle.
As with other dual pistols, wielding the Aklato while holding a Corpus datamass will result in the Warframe wielding a single pistol, but with retained magazine size and reload time.
Players who purchase platinum through Rixty will receive a free Aklato, along with a unique, Rixty-only skin with a free Orokin Catalyst installed.
The name is likely derived from "akimbo" and "Lato."
In the eight minute Dark Sector trailer, in which the game was much more like Warframe than the final product was, an Excalibur-wearing Hayden Tenno used Aklato pistols.
The Lato was buffed to be more in line with MK-1 weaponry as of Update 14.
As of Update 15.16 the Aklato now does as much damage as the Lato per shot, previously damage was 12 per shot.
Lato, the single counterpart of the Aklato.
Lato Prime, the prime counterpart of Lato.
Lato Vandal, an exclusive Lotus upgrade of Lato.