- For a similar weapon, see Grenade Launcher.
Launchers are weapons which fire explosive projectiles that are featured throughout the entire Call of Duty series. In most WWII titles they are primary weapons, while in Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare and Call of Duty: World at War, they are available only as Perks. However, from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 onwards, they are available as secondary weapons.
Launchers have many different purposes. They can be used as indirect fire support, anti-armor, anti-personnel purposes and anti-air purposes.
The different types are as follows:
- Unguided Launchers: They fire unguided rockets to destroy targets, mainly enemy soldiers, and include weapons such as the AT4 and RPG-7.
- Guided Launchers: They fire lock-on missiles to fly at targets; they can be in direct or top-attack profile flight. They must have a lock-on to a target to track, such as the Javelin and the Strela-3.
List of Launchers in the Call of Duty SeriesEdit
Launchers are now classified as secondary weapons.
MAAWS (Classified under Special)
MDL (classified as a Launcher in Exo Survival, but as a Special in multiplayer)
H.I.V.E. (classed as a Specialist Weapon)
In campaign mode, the launchers don't occupy the two main weapon slots; they are instead selected from the D-Pad like the equipment slot.
Call of Duty: GhostsEdit
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Call of Duty: Advanced WarfareEdit