The Berserker






1940s (Approx)


Caucasian (German)


Schutzstaffel Experiment


Nazi Ghosts


  • Nazi Ghosts
  • Schutzstaffel
  • Weapon

    Brute Strength

    The Berserker is the name of a hulking test subject that was the result of early and effective experimentations with a specially designed serum and the Reanimation Machine during World War 2. He is portrayed by James Thompson.

    Outpost: Rise of the SpetsnazEdit

    The Berserker was seen in Outpost: Rise of the Spetsnaz and was used during a fight to see how Allied soldiers would fare against them. The American known as Captain Rogers was killed by the Berserker and a Russian soldier known as Arkadi was killed as well; however, another Russian named Dolokhov managed to kill the Berserker by snapping his neck.

    Powers & AbilitiesEdit

    As an earlier test subject of the Nazi Ghosts; Berserker is known to have limited abilities.

    • Superhuman Strength: Due to his physical appearance; it is safe to say that the Berserker possesses superhuman strength. This was seen when he body slammed Captain Rogers into the wall and then smashed him in the face; which caused Rogers to bleed.
      • Superhuman Durability: Thanks to his superhuman strength; Berserker possesses a tougher body structure which allows him to withstand lots of abuse.
      • Superhuman Endurance: Berserker's endurance comes from his strength which means he can take much more punishment than the average human being; even if he's hit by a physically fit man or melee weapons.


    Despite being strong; Berserker is not invincible and therefore can be killed.

    • Broken Neck: As stated before; Berserker was killed by Dolokhov who snapped his neck; despite his size as a physically fit man.