Enemy technicals appear in certain Mission Mode operations, specifically "Smack Town", in which the player must destroy two jeeps fitted with mounted machine guns. They are also encountered in "Toxic Paradise", "Server Crash", "Flood the Market" and "Fire Mission". "Hostage Taker" seems to have some kind of technical with a turret on it but this is never used.
The Technical reappears in the mission "Traffic", used by the KVA. This time, it sports a cleaner, white appearance and resembles more of a dedicated military vehicle rather than an improvised one.
Call of Duty: Black Ops III
Technicals can be seen throughout the Call of Duty: Black Ops III campaign. They have mounted machine guns on them generally, which the player can use. In the mission "Vengeance", the 54 Immortals use a variant that mounts an automatic grenade launcher instead.
Oddly, if the player attempts to use an RPG-7 on the Technical in "Charlie Don't Surf", the rocket will always curve away from it and miss.
The M2 machine gun on the back of the Technical in "The Hornet's Nest" can be used; However it shows the use icon for the M249 SAW, since there is no use icon for the M2.
In Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, if the player kills the driver of the technical, the vehicle will immediately burst into flames.
On a few Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 maps, such as Carnival, destroyed Technicals can be found outside the map, used as scenery.
In "The Hornet's Nest", the player can aim the M2 machine gun at the roof of the cab on the technical.
In "Second Sun", one can find destroyed technicals (complete with machine gun) littering the streets of Washington D.C..
The suburban technical used by Shadow Company has the letters "COD" branded on the dashboard, a sticker proclaiming the vehicle to be United States government property, and a rolled up newspaper with the headline "Central Park Pond Improvement".
On the map Firing Range in Call of Duty: Black Ops, there is a technical hanging by ropes from the ceiling, in one of the garages.