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The CTK-88 Crumplor (Charbtek Infrared Homing Missile Launcher Model 88) is a rocket launcher manufactured by Charbtek Corporation. It appears in Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour and Modern Combat 5: Blackout.

Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour Edit

CTK‑88 Crumplor   Kolbászky S‑40 GL   40mm Thor GLP    
CTK-88 Crumplor
MC4-CTK-88 Crumplor
Likely based onAT4
UsersUnited States Army
Saunders Global Security
Unified Citizens
ManufacturerCharbtek Corporation
DamageCT-92-Crumplor Damage Extremely high
Radius2m lethal
Rate of fireCT-92-Crumplor Rate of Fire Extremely slow
RangeCT-92-Crumplor Range Infinite
AccuracyCT-92-Crumplor Accuracy Moderate
HandlingCT-92-Crumplor Handling Low
MobilityCT-92-Crumplor Mobility Low
Magazine size1 rocket
Starting ammo3 (Multiplayer)
6 (Campaign)
Ammo received via pickup1 rocket
Reloading~3 seconds
Fire modeFree-fire/Lock-on
CostMC4 Cost 60,000 (iOS)
MC4 Cost 28,000 (Android)
Charbtek's CTK-88 (dubbed "Crumplor") is a weapon of choice when it comes to taking out vehicles and aircrafts, but more reckless soldiers always try to use it against infantry. Go figure.
—Official website description

Campaign Edit

It appears in Red Summit, Hammerstrike and Cold Vengeance, mostly for destroying AA batteries, tanks, and APCs. It is usually discarded after destroying the target, but in Hammerstrike it is kept for the rest of the level. The CTK-88 Crumplor is deadly in the campaign against both infantry and armoured vehicles, with a large effective blast radius.

Appears in Used by
Red Summit Phantom Unit
Hammerstrike Phantom Unit
Cold Vengeance Phantom Unit

Multiplayer Edit

The Crumplor is often used to destroy vehicles, such as the Recon Aircraft and Drones, but also can be used to kill opponents from many distances. However, this is not reccomended at excessive lengths as the missile is easily spotted and therefore dodged. The Crumplor is heavy, and nothing can be done to reduce weight. Although the speed of the missile is slower compared to other weapons, it has a powerful lethal blast radius, albeit not as high as the Kolbászky S-40 GL and the 40mm Thor GLP. However it can still quickly take out multiple opponents as well as drones and turrets with ease, where this is a laborious task with the other launchers. The Crumplor is a rather popular choice online, thanks to its considerably cheaper price compared to the other two grenade launchers, and also for its versatility, being able to down enemy players and easily dispatch drones and Recon Aircrafts. However, like with the other launchers, caution must be taken, as firing at an enemy, wall, or floor too close to you will result in a premature suicide.

Optional weapon attachments Edit

The CTK-88 has two ammo types: Rocket Propelled Grenades and Anti-Personnel.


When taking down aircrafts, do not press the fire button. The launcher will fire when it's locked.


It is recommended to use anti-personnel rockets should it be deployed against enemy players as it usually takes 2 rockets to kill an opposing player unless it hits them directly or within 1 metre of the target.

Pros and ConsEdit

  • Best rocket launcher for mid-long range use
  • Effective at taking out drones, recon aircrafts, etc.
  • Large blast radius
  • Cheaper than the other two grenade launchers
  • Useful scope for anti-air and mid-long range infantry targets
  • Small blast radius compared to the Kolbászky S-40 GL and the 40mm Thor GLP
  • Less powerful against groups of players than the aforementioned launchers
  • Missile travels slowly
  • Long reload time
  • Poor mobility and handling traits
  • Obstructs the player's view

Trivia Edit

  • This weapon was originally called "CT-92 Crumplor", but its name was changed to CTK-88 Crumplor before the game was released.
  • The CTK-88 Crumplor in the beta version in one of the developer diaries looked identical to the Rampage-4.
  • This weapon does not have crosshairs when not ADS, just like sniper rifles.

Gallery Edit

See also Edit

Modern Combat 5: Blackout Edit

S‑41 GL   HEV Mk 51   CTK‑88 Crumplor   ZAB IS07   SLAK 7H   LGR 35   COM 4   V.L.A.D.   Firefly    
CTK-88 Crumplor
MC5-CTK-88 Crumplor
Likely based onSMAW
UsersRaiders; WLA
ManufacturerCharbtek Corporation
DamageVery High (direct hit)
Moderate splash damage
Reloading1-2 seconds
Fire modeFree-fire
MC5-CTK-88 Crumplor-hud

The CTK-88 Crumplor returns in Modern Combat 5: Blackout as the Tier 3 Launcher of the Heavy class. Compared to the HEV Mk 51, the weapon features a faster reload, better mobility when upgraded, and an improved scope. Unlike in MC4, the weapon can no longer lock on to drones or Recon Aircraft, but reloads much faster than in the previous game.

Like other rocket launchers in MC5, the weapon begins with no reserve ammunition, but can be upgraded to a total of 3 rockets after purchasing the Boombastic skill.

  • Very high direct-hit damage
  • Higher reload speed and mobility than the HEV Mk 51
  • Built-in optical scope
  • Decent mobility
  • Low ammunition (prior to purchasing the "Boombastic" skill)
  • Lower armor penetration and fire rate than the COM 4
  • Less ammo than the COM 4

Campaign Edit

  • The CTK-88 is carried by Bull, attached to his backpack while folded, but is not seen used by Bull.

Trivia Edit

  • The CTK-88 in MC5 features a redesigned look from its predecessor. The most notable change being that the weapon is less wide, and also featuring a different scope with a new reticule and adjusted zoom.
  • The CTK-88 in MC5 is designed to be folded, but this feature is not seen in action in the game, other than Bull carrying it in the campaign.
  • Before the Holiday update, the weapon featured a 4X zoom when aiming, but this was reduced to a 1X zoom.

Gallery Edit

See also Edit

Trivia Edit

  • The CTK-88 was dubbed 'Crumplor' by the United States Air Force (USAF).
  • The CTK-88 is the first weapon in the series that will fire (if locked) without the need of pressing the fire button.

Start a Discussion Discussions about CTK-88 Crumplor

  • gun not found

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    • i am level 50 player in Zero hour, i cant find many guns like CTK-88 Crumplor and other grenade launcher in my armory. what to do?
    • Where exactly did you check?
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