08 Apr 2021 8:29 AM +00:00

Black Ops Cold War Glitch Removes Sprint-Fire Delay

In any Call of Duty, your reaction times are everything. 

Being able to more quickly find, aim at and shoot your enemies is a prime factor in deciding if you will win or lose a match.

Now in Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War, there is a new glitch which could give you an edge over your enemies!

A new glitch has been discovered which removes sprint-fire delay, letting you sneak in shots a little more quickly.

It’s likely to receive a patch in the near future, but until it does, here’s everything you need to know to get the edge on your opponents and fire off shots faster than they can!

What is Sprint-fire Dealy?

Sprint-fire delay is the short wait time it takes for your character to go from sprinting to being able to aim their weapon.

This feature is designed to make the game feel a little more realistic, as it takes time for you to reposition your firearm from carrying it.

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In Black Ops Cold War, the Gung-Ho perk allows you to shoot while sprinting, but even then, there is still a slight delay.

Though thanks to one Reddit user, that wait could evaporate completely!

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How can I Remove Sprint-Fire Delay?

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According to u/b3nb0i you can in fact remove sprint fire delay completely.

This should be exciting news for all you run-and-gun fans out there!

To pull this glitch off, first, equip the Gung-Ho perk.

Then you have to be cooking an explosive item, such as Semtex.

Now you should be able to run around and shoot enemies without delay, with the added benefit of your body exploding if you do get killed!

Though, you will have to get great at hipfire shooting, as aiming down sights isn’t possible with this method!

We hope this glitch helps you dominate in Black Ops Cold War matches or at least lets you hold your own against other players using the glitch!

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