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How to unlock fire knives in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare

CoD: Modern Warfare received an awesome new weapon in a recent update, allowing players to launch flaming throwing knives at their opponents for a stylish instant kill. Sounds great, right? Well, before you can wield these hot new weapons you’ll first need to know how to unlock fire knives in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare.

Stick with this guide to learn everything you need to know about getting a flaming knife in Modern Warfare for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.

How do you unlock fire knives in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare?


Fire throwing knives are available in Modern Warfare across all platforms right now, marking an exciting new addition to the game from the developers at Infinity Ward. If you want to use them in-game, however, it’ll prove costly; flaming throwing knives are only unlockable when purchasing the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Pyromaniac bundle for 1,800 COD Points.

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How to unlock fire knives in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare

  • Boot up Modern Warfare and navigate to the multiplayer menu.
  • Transition to the store tab.
  • Purchase the Pyromaniac bundle for 1,800 COD points.
  • Assign your new flaming throwing knives to a loadout.

All Modern Warfare Pyromaniac bundle content list

  • Kreuger Skin — Firestarter
  • Shotgun VLK Rogue blueprint — Caldera (with Dragon’s Breath Rounds)
  • Combat Knife — Heat Treat (also equipable as Flaming Throwing Knife)
  • Finishing Move — Crick in the Neck
  • Kreuger Quip — Silent Now
  • Calling Card — Through the Flames
  • Emblem — Waxy Brains

Now that you know how to get fire knives in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, along with what’s included in the Pyromaniac bundle and its price, you’re fully equipped to decide if you think it’s worth spending 1,800 COD Points or not.

Players with flaming throwing knives will likely want to land some long-range throws, making their killcam footage look even more impressive. It should be noted, though, that no extra damage is dealt and fire knives are simply cosmetic.