The subject of this article appears in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare
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The Havoc Launcher in "Induction".

The Havoc launcher is a weapon in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. In the level "Induction", Demo Team One was tasked with destroying one such launcher in Seoul, South Korea, however they were killed before they could accomplish this. After Will Irons and Jack Mitchell retrieve their charges, they fight their way to the launcher. Irons places the charges, but the door he opened closes on his arm, breaking it. Despite their efforts, Mitchell is unable to free him. As the launcher begins to take off, Irons pushes Mitchell off to save him. Irons is killed in the resulting explosion, and falling shrapnel cut off Mitchell's left arm. Later, multiple low-polygon models of Havoc Launchers are seen in the mission Throttle.

The Havoc Launcher serves as a mobile heavy artillery weapons platform with flight capability. Its large structure is lifted by dual fan blades imbedded in a fixed wing design and several turbine nozzles mounted to the undercarriage. The Havoc is capable of short "hops" to optimal tactical locations for combat as well as to evade enemies. The Havoc can launch an assortment of short-range missiles at enemy targets while keeping a low profile on the battlefield.

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