Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War: Finisher moves - this is how it works

Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War: Finisher moves - this is how it works


If you want to humiliate your opponents in Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War as much as possible, you cannot avoid the so-called executors. In addition, you unlock the ex-SAS operator "Stone" when you perform 15 finishing moves in multiplayer. We'll show you in a nutshell how you can run an enforcer on PC, PS5 and Xbox Series X.


It's that easy to carry out

If you want to execute an enforcer, you have to approach an enemy from behind and hold down the button for close combat. If you were successful, you will see a short sequence of your operator killing the other in style. With standard assignment you have to press the following keys:


  • Finishing move on PC: Hold X down
  • Finishing move on PS5 and PS4: Hold R3
  • Finishing move on Xbox Series X / S: Hold RS

On the consoles you just have to press and hold the right stick, while on the PC you use the X button by default. If you want to take care of the 15 executors for Operator “Stone” particularly quickly, I recommend the wildcard “Daredevil” in combination with stun grenades. So you slow down your opponents more and more and you can kill them more often from behind with a finishing move.


Finishing moves don't count? That's it!

You have carried out some enforcers, but these do not count towards the progress for the activation of the operator called "Stone"? Then you probably played the "Fire Squad" mode and killed an opponent from behind in close combat who was already on the ground and was hoping for a teammate to be rescued. Players who are “down” but have not yet been killed do not count towards enforcer progress.


So you have to go to a regular multiplayer game and run finisher there. Choose your class so that you are on the move as quickly as possible and flank your enemies. You could even use so-called "spawn flips" to your advantage. You will then re-spawn in the rear of your enemies and can kill them from behind if you are fast enough and do not make much noise. 

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