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MW2 G Walk Glitch – camo-wearing apes have taken over Modern Warfare 2 maps

MW2 Multiplayer
Nico Vergara Updated on by

MW2 has received its fair share of exploitable movement mechanics much like every other game in CoD’s history. The latest trend that has taken the community by storm is the G Walk Glitch that gives players the ability to run on all fours like a camo-wearing gorilla.

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Much like the Slide Cancel mechanic of yore and the more recent Dolphin Hop, the G Walk essentially gives players an advantage over other users due to its unpredictability. It also allows operators to remain undetected while moving quickly as it doesn’t give out any sound cues.

If you’re curious about the famed G Walk, then you’ll be able to find out more below.

How to G Walk in MW2?

Before you can G-Walk in MW2, you will need to change a few of your in-game settings first. You’ll need to head over to the game’s settings initially by selecting the Gear icon on the home page. Next, you’ll need to select the Keyboard & Mouse category and choose the Keybinds tab afterwards. Then, look for the Prone movement option and bind Mouse Scroll Wheel Down to the second column.

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Once you’re done binding it, you can head over to the Gameplay category. Here, you’ll need to change your Tactical Sprint Behavior to Single Tap Run. You’ll also have to turn both Automatic Sprint and Automatic Airborne Mantle off.

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You will then be able to G-Walk in game by moving forward while holding down the Sprint button then using Mouse Scroll Wheel Down to go Prone, and then pressing on the Sprint button again to cancel the Prone animation immediately.

It seems that this type of movement can currently only be done using a mouse and a keyboard. Although it may still be pulled off using a controller, it would be much more difficult to perform as the analog sticks aren’t as responsive.

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