The Scorestreak allows the player to take control of a VTOL Warship.
Call of Duty: Black Ops II
- "Be the gunner of a powerful VTOL Warship."
- — Scorestreak description
The VTOL Warship has a similar appearance and usage as the Osprey Gunner. The player can tell the pilot of the warship to maneuver around the map to attempt to get a better shot at enemy players, instead of just hovering over a single spot, and is able to switch between different HUDs; thermal and normal. Dual autocannons and rocket pods are available armaments. The Scorestreak reward is only available for a maximum of 55 seconds. It has 2 sets of flares, which means it requires 3 FHJ-18 AA or SMAW rockets to destroy it, or if the player is accurate enough, one RPG rocket is sufficient. Should a player destroy the VTOL Warship, the user controlling the Scorestreak still has control of the weapons while the aircraft is going down. This aircraft has only two engines unlike the civilian/transport VTOLs from the campaign, and a complement of heavy weapons, such as miniguns with explosive rounds and missiles.
Call of Duty: Mobile
- "Call in a VTOL gunship to provide air support."
- — Description
The VTOL Warship returns in Call of Duty: Mobile and functions similarly to Call of Duty: Black Ops II version, but it's called VTOL.
The player can still command the pilot to move the aircraft to a different location, although the option of switching between different HUDs is also gone. The aircraft simply takes an extra rocket, effectively costing 2 lock on missiles to destroy it or if the VTOL user is killed while using it. It retains its armament of explosive autocannons and missile pods.
- Along with the A.G.R. and MQ-27 Dragonfire, the VTOL Warship will have its timer continue when paused on Theater Mode in Black Ops II.