What Is Jitter Mode?
Jitter mode allows users to shoot burst-fire weapons as fully auto ones for the ultimate firepower.
How Does Jitter Mode Work?
When using any burst firing weapon, activated Jitter Mode decreases the time between bursts, making guns shoot faster. Jitter Mode is effective at close range, but it might reduce the accuracy at long range. Once a rifle is scoped IN, you can use normal firing. Jitter Mode was patched in MW3 and, therefore, only works in games prior to MW3.
Jitter Mode and Rapid Fire feature cannot be used simultaneously.
To enable Jitter Mode
How Do I Operate Jitter Mode?
on your controller, hold the mod switch on the back of the controller and tap D-Pad UP Button. Player 4 LED will flash once and stay ON, indicating you have turned Jitter Mode ON.
User is able to switch between different Jitter sub modes
by holding the Mod Switch on the back of the controller, and then holding the D-Pad UP Button. The player 4 LED on the controller will blink to let the user know which sub mode was changed. When desired sub mode is reached, release the mod switch to stop changing sub modes. (Example: “Sub Mode 2” Player 4 LED flashes 2 times and stays ON). If user changes sub modes while playing, the controller will always remember the last sub mode he was playing with before powering down.
Four Jitter sub modes are available:
||Jitter YY method. Jitter is always on
||Jitter YY method. Jitter is disabled while you scope your rifle
||Jitter XYY method. Jitter is always on
||Jitter XYY method. Jitter is disabled while you scope your rifle
||Jitter YY Medium method
||Jitter YY Medium method, turns off when rifle is scoped
||Jitter XYY Medium method
||Jitter XYY Medium method, turns off when rifle is scoped
* Updated software as of November, 18th 2013.
To toggle Jitter Mode OFF
, hold the mod switch on the back of the controller, and tap the D-Pad DOWN Button. Player 4 LED will twinkle and then turn OFF.
What Games Is Jitter Mode Compatible With?
Jitter Mode compatible with all Call of Duty Games except Advanced Warfare and Modern Warfare 3
We strongly recommend not to use B grade batteries (especially Duracell) with our modded controllers as they might affect gaming performance negatively. Please use any A grade batteries for better performance.