The Crouch Shot (aka Crouch-Peeking or Crouch-Tapping) MACRO (aka MOD), is a method used in FPS games that allows players to quickly alternate between crouching and standing positions while firing their weapon, making it much more difficult for enemies to hit the player, as the rapid movement can make it harder for them to predict the player's position and aim accurately.
The MOD works by rapidly tapping the crouch button, causing the player's character to quickly move in and out of the crouched position.
The most notable benefits of the Crouch Shot MOD include:
- Increased Evasion: The MOD can help players to evade enemy fire and to make it more difficult for opponents to hit them.
- Increased Cover: Crouching behind cover provides added protection from enemy fire, making it easier to take out enemies without taking damage.
- Lower Profile: When alternating between crouching and standing while firing, a player's body profile has a smaller hitbox.
- Cronus Advantage: By having the advantage of Cronus Zen, players can feel more confident in their abilities and play more aggressively, leading to more wins.
To put it simply, using the Crouch Shot MOD can enhance your gameplay by allowing you to quickly change your crouched position, making you very difficult to hit while simultaneously firing at the enemy. It can also be used to surprise enemies and take them out before they can react. Additionally, as the crouched position usually reduces the player's hitbox and make it harder for the enemy to hit the player in vital areas of the body.
Sometimes Crouch Shot is confused with the Drop Shot MOD, but they are slightly different. Drop Shot goes prone, aims and fires while remaining in the prone position. Crouch Shot on the other hand quickly alternates between crouching and standing positions while firing.
This is what the source code of a Crouch Shot MACRO (aka MOD) looks like. Note that all button labels match their corresponding buttons on other controllers. For example, if the script says XB1_B (Xbox B Button), it will also press the CIRCLE button on a PlayStation controller.
Each community supported GamePack includes an exclusive feature that provides precise control over the activation of Shot MODs through the selection of trigger combinations.
Activation Triggers are particularly valuable when utilizing multiple MODs, as it allows for differentiated activation. For instance, one MOD may be activated solely through the use of the FIRE trigger, while another MOD may require activation through the simultaneous use of both the FIRE and ADS triggers.
Shot MODs in community supported GamePacks can be activated by any one of the following triggers:
- ON FIRE: The MOD is activated instantly as soon as you pull the Fire trigger. The ADS trigger is ignored.
- ADS & FIRE: The MOD is activated as soon as you pull the Fire & ADS triggers together.
- FIRE ONLY: The MOD is activated instantly as soon as you pull the Fire trigger. Pulling the ADS trigger will block the MOD completely.
- ADS ONLY: The MOD is activated instantly as soon as you pull the ADS trigger.
We would like to remind our users that the use of MODs, or modifications, may not be allowed in official tournaments or in compliance with the game's End User License Agreement (EULA). It is the user's responsibility to review the rules and regulations of a specific game or tournament prior to using any MODs, to ensure that their use is in compliance with any terms and conditions. Failure to do so may result in disqualification or violation of the game's EULA.