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For the energy LMG in Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, see Titan (Infinite Warfare).
For other uses, see Titan.
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Titan
Weapon Class Light Machine Gun
Magazine Size Standard: 75 rounds
Ext. Mags: 100 (MP), 112 (BLK)
Extended Mags II: 150
Cost (Zombies) 950 points (Mystery Box)
3750 points (wallbuy)
Starting Ammunition 75+150 (MP)
Fire Mode Automatic
Used by Black Ops
Mercs
Chaos
Primis
Ultimis
Dead of the Night Cast
"Full-auto light machine gun. Reliable firepower with the largest ammo pool."
— In-game description


The Titan is a light machine gun featured in Call of Duty: Black Ops 4.

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MultiplayerEdit

The Titan is a high-damage, low-RPM light machine gun that excels at putting down suppressive fire from a distance. Unlike other LMGs in multiplayer the Titan does not have access to Fast mags or Hybrid mags. This can be problematic due to its slow reload. To counter its slow reload the Titan can be equipped with extended mags that can boost its ammo capacity to a enormous 150 rounds.

ZombiesEdit

The Titan appears in the Zombies maps Voyage of Despair, IX, Blood of the Dead, Classified, and Dead of the Night, where it's available on the wall for 1550 points and as a weapon within the Mystery Box for 950 points. When upgraded via Pack-a-Punch Machine, it becomes the Tartarus Veil with the magazine size increased to 100 rounds and its ammo reserve increased to 600.

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TriviaEdit

  • The weapon has markings of "Olympia Tactical" on the side.
  • The words "Caseless Ammunition" and "Made in U.S.A." can be seen on the side of the belt box.
  • When equipped with FMJ, the rounds will turn yellow (whereas the default rounds are blue). When equipped with FMJ II, they will turn red.
    • During the Multiplayer Beta, the Titan had purple rounds by default.
  • The receiver and the belt box and indicate that the Titan is chambered in 5.56mm, but instead it uses 7.62mm rounds in Blackout.
    • Even more confusingly, "4.73x33mm" is written on the belt's rounds.