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The subject of this article appears in Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare The subject of this article appears in Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Zombies
For the ballistic LMG in Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, see Titan (Black Ops 4).
For other uses, see Titan.

"Full-auto energy weapon. Delivers high damage with strong recoil."
— In-game description.


The Titan is an Atomic Dynamics energy light machine gun in Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare.

Campaign

When all side missions are completed, the Titan unlocks the Overcharge upgrade, which hotwires it to fire faster and more lethal rounds after a short charge-up time. It is one of the LMGs along with the R.A.W. used by the Settlement Defense Front. The UNSA also uses the Titan during Operation Blood Storm.

Specifications

  • Weapon Type - Light Machine Gun
  • Bullet Type - Energy
  • Special Features - None

Multiplayer

The Titan is unlocked at level 38. The Titan features an integrated Reflex Sight with a custom Green Broken Square reticle and a custom Green Dot reticle.

The March 10th, 2017 patch increased the fire rate and the range of the Titan, allowing for a bolstered long-range use of the Titan.[1]

Attachments

Optics

Other

Variants

Name Rarity Gun Perks Cost (Salvage) Notes
Vile Common Creeper 200
Impact Common Sharpshooter 200
Reconnoiter Rare Sensor, Sharpshooter 500
Warden Rare Jackpot, Haste 500
Slay Guide Rare Sensor, Sharpshooter N/A Unlocked on Day 8 of the 12 Days of Winter event.
Redeemer Legendary Refresher, Focus 2000
Scout Epic Hax, Stability 4000

Zombies

  • The Titan is available from the Magic Wheel for 950 points. It is available for customization at level 18. When Pack-A-Punched it becomes the Mayhem and when double Pack-A-Punched it becomes the Titanomachy.

Gallery

For camouflage images, see Titan (Infinite Warfare)/Camouflage.
For attachment images, see Titan (Infinite Warfare)/Attachments.
For variant images, see Titan (Infinite Warfare)/Variants.

Concept art

Trivia

  • The Titan has an integrated sensor that is unusable.

References

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