Call of Duty: GhostsEdit
- "Sets fire type to 3 round burst."
- — In-game description
In addition to changing the fire mode, Burst Fire decreases the fire rate by 9% for most assault rifles, except the AK-12, Remington R5 and Maverick, for which the rate within burst remains the same as the fully-automatic versions. Contrariwise, for marksman rifles, the attachment increases the rate of fire by 25%.
|Fire Rate variations|
|SC-2010||750 RPM||681 RPM per burst (387 overall)|
|SA-805||769 RPM||699 RPM per burst (393 overall)|
|AK-12||689 RPM||(390 overall)|
|FAD||882 RPM||802 RPM per burst (424 overall)|
|Remington R5||631 RPM||(371 overall)|
|Honey Badger||800 RPM||727 RPM per burst (402 overall)|
|ARX-160||857 RPM||779 RPM per burst (417 overall)|
|Maverick||652 RPM||(378 overall)|
|MR-28|| 600 RPM|
(200 in Extinction)
| 750 RPM per burst (409 overall in Multiplayer)|
(333 overall in Extinction)
|MK14 EBR||480 RPM||600 RPM per burst (360 overall)|
|IA-2||545 RPM||681 RPM per burst (387 overall)|
|SVU||400 RPM||500 RPM per burst (321 overall)|
Call of Duty: Modern WarfareEdit
- "Changes fire mode to 3-round burst."
- — in-game description
In Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, burst fire is available as a weapon perk called Burst. It is available to the Kilo 141, FAL, M4A1, M13 and RAM-7 assault rifles, and to the AUG and MP5 submachine guns. It replaces the fully-automatic mode by three-round burst on most of these weapons, and consequently the player can switch between burst and semi-auto. In the case of the FAL, the perk replaces the only existing semi-automatic mode by 3-round burst.
- ↑ This is due to its 2-round burst mode instead of 3.