|Games of appearance||Call of Duty: World at War|
Call of Duty: Zombies
Call of Duty: Black Ops
Call of Duty: Black Ops Zombies
Call of Duty: Black Ops II
Call of Duty Online
|Maps of appearance||Verrückt|
Shi No Numa
Kino der Toten
Call of the Dead
Mob of the Dead
- "Whoo, faster reloads are well worth the money spent!"
- — Robert McNamara
- "Living the fast life. That's the way I roll!"
- — Tank Dempsey
Speed Cola is a Perk-a-Cola featured in Call of Duty: World at War, Call of Duty: Black Ops, and Call of Duty: Black Ops II in the Zombies game mode and in Call of Duty Online's Cyborg Rising mode. Speed Cola is similar to the multiplayer perk Sleight of Hand, mirroring its effect of decreasing the time it takes to reload by 50%. Additionally, it will increase the rate at which window barriers are rebuilt and also increases the player's movement speed by 1% (barrier rebuild speed is not effected by the Call of Duty: Black Ops II variant of this perk).
Speed Cola costs 3000 points, making it the second most expensive Perk-a-Cola (along with Vulture Aid) and behind Mule Kick. Its effect is most useful and noticeable on weapons with slow reload times, such as light machine guns, shotguns, and wonder weapons, but due to its high cost, it is ill-advised to purchase without Juggernog unless in dire need. The vending machine from which Speed Cola is purchased has a green and white color scheme. The color for this perk is green, and the icon is a hand holding a gun magazine, similar to the Sleight of Hand perk. Speed Cola appears in every Zombies map excluding Nacht der Untoten, Bus Depot (Survival Mode) and Dead Ops Arcade.
- Verrückt - In the room between the right balcony and the kitchen.
- Shi No Numa - Will spawn randomly in one of the four huts.
- Der Riese - In the second courtyard, where the FG42 can be purchased.
- Kino der Toten - In the foyer, close to the MP40.
- Five - Next to the starting room, near the elevator.
- Ascension - Near the Lunar Lander closest to the rocket and the Pack-a-Punch machine; located near the top of the stairs where the M16 and the Sickle are.
- Call of the Dead - Behind the lighthouse, at the end of the Ice Slide.
- Shangri-La - Near the wooden bridge and the Mud-Pit Maze, or near to the MPL (changes the spawn place with Juggernog).
- Moon - In the Area 51. Changes places with Juggernog every time the player returns to Area 51.
- Green Run - In the North Highway Diner, against a wall near the door and MP5.
- Grief and Survival Locations:
- Nuketown Zombies - Spawn randomly along with the other perks.
- Die Rise- Spawns randomly in one of two elevator shafts either down the hall from the inital spawn, or in the room two stories below where the Trample Steam is constructed. It shares these positions between games with Who's Who.
- Mob of the Dead - In the back of the Warden's Office
- Cell Block - In the back of the Warden's Ofiice
- Buried - In the second floor of the courthouse
- Borough - In the second floor of the General Store
- Origins - Across a small wooden platform near Generator 3 inside of the giant robot's footprint. It is advised to be conscientious of the robots when purchasing this perk.
The Speed Cola machine is large, with a green and white paint job. On the front of the machine, the quote "Drink Speed Cola" and "Ice Cold" is emblazed on it. Under the quote, there is a coin slot. There are 6 compartments for holding bottles, but the machine itself only holds 3 bottles. This doesn't change if a player buys this perk. On the top of the machine is a circular sign, with the Speed Cola emblem.
The version in Call of Duty Online looks different, with a more modern soda machine design. It is white on the sides and green on the front. It doesn't have the circle on top with the Speed Cola logo on it. On the front there are two white lines twisting around each other. The lettering on the machine is in white instead of red and is sideways. It also features different colored buttons that someone would press to despense different types of drinks.
- The bottles the machine dispenses say Sleight of Hand Soda instead of Speed Cola.
- In Call of Duty: World at War, when drinking Speed Cola, the hand is misaligned to the right when the icon appears on the HUD (confirmed on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360). However, in Call of Duty: Black Ops and Call of Duty: Black Ops II, the hand is correctly centered.
Call of Duty: World at WarEdit
- There are three bottles visible inside the machine, however when the perk is bought, the bottles do not move.
Call of Duty: Black OpsEdit
- In Shangri-La, Nikolai comments that the perk is "spicy".
- In Call of the Dead, the machine appears to be floating in the water as it is not touching the ground.
- In Moon, this perk speeds up hacking speed for the Hacker.
Call of Duty: Black Ops IIEdit
- Richtofen remarks in Green Run that he misses Speed Cola, as evidenced when Samuel approaches the machine with the power on.
- According to Russman in Green Run, Speed Cola has the ability to cure arthritis.
- In Origins, it is said that Speed Cola is sweet as evidenced in some of Dempsey's quotes.
- In Call of Duty: Black Ops II the labels on the speed cola bottles read "Speed Cola Soda" instead of "Sleight of Hand Soda."Cyborg Rising Mode
Maps Characters Enemies WeaponsAssault Rifles: AK-47 · AK117 · BPR2000 · FAL · FAMAS · M4A1 · M4A1 Tech · M14 · M16A4 · MK17-CQC · Remington A.C.R. · Tavor-21 · Type 95
Submachine Guns: Mini-Uzi · PDW90 · SMG5 · UMG · Vector
Shotguns: Franchi-12 · Ranger · Striker · Winchester M1887
Light Machine Guns: MAG43 · SA80-LSW · Steyr AUG-H
Sniper Rifles: AS50 · CheyTac M200 · Walther2000
Launchers: AT4 · M79 "Thumper" · RPG
Specials: Explosive Crossbow · Death Machine
Machine Pistols: Glock18 · PDW2000 · Steyr TMP
Handguns: .44 Magnum · Beretta M9 · M1911 · USPT.45
Wonder Weapons: Ray Gun · Wunderwaffe DG-2 · Thundergun
Miscellaneous: Knife · Minigun
Equipment Attachments Perks