Mega Modz Quick Scope Mod For Xbox Series X/One
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This article contains the following sections:
- At Glance
- Turning the Mod ON & OFF
- Checking Current Sub-Mode
- Changing Sub-Modes
- Setting Up Custom Values
- Compatible Games
Quickscoping is widely used in Call of Duty games. The idea with Quick Scope mod is to use a sniper rifle, scope IN and fire the shot just as the gun scopes in. With the mod activated the user can get the timing and the aiming down just perfectly. The mod can be used for training purposes as well. As soon as you master the mod, you will become good at quickscoping without this special feature.
There are a few things to keep in mind:
- The mod won’t automatically aim for you when you scope your rifle in. Please understand that there is no such a thing as auto-aim in the Multiplayer mode.
- When the mod is activated and the user taps the aim button (the Left Trigger), the modchip will hold sniper breath and take a shot automatically.
- If the user keeps holding the Left Trigger, the modchip will be pressing the fire button on the user’s behalf (making single sniper’s shots) until the button is released.
- The time (delay) between the scoping in and taking a shot can be adjusted via a programming mode (more info below)
Turning the Mod ON & OFF
To turn the Mod ON
- Hold down the mod switch and then tap the Left Bumper.
One of the open LEDs will glow in RED indicating that special feature has been activated.
- To fire a Quick Scope shot, TAP your scope button (Left Trigger). The mod will automatically scope in, take the shot and descope.
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To turn the Mod OFF
The mod can be turned OFF the same way it has been turned ON (see above).
Modes located on 2 - 4 LED Indicator slots (Including Fast Reload) can be turned OFF all at once by holding down the mod button on the back and tapping the button A.
All 2, 3 and 4 LEDs will turn off indicating that all special features have been turned OFF.
Checking Current Sub-Mode
The mod offers 5 sub-modes. You can always check what sub-mode you have currently active by following these steps:
- Make sure Quick Scope mod is ON.
- Hold down the mod button on the back.
- Hold down the Left Trigger for 3 seconds.
The LED indicator will flash all 4 slots in WHITE indicating that the modchip has entered a sub-mode checking menu. It will then show the number of a sub-mode you have currently active:
- 1ST Sub-mode - 1 Red LED, the top left LED slot is taken
- 2ST Sub-mode - 2 Red LEDs, top left and right slots are taken
- 3RD Sub-mode - 3 Red LEDs, top left, top right, and bottom left slots are taken
- 4TH Sub-mode - 4 Red LEDs
- 5TH Sub-mode - Top Left is in Green, all the rest are in Red
Upon checking the sub-mode, the modchip will automatically take you to the place you were before in 3 seconds. You are welcome to expedite the process by pressing the mod button on the back and exiting the sub-mode menu.
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To change Quick Scope sub-modes, you will have to go thru the sub-mode checking menu first (see above):
- Hold down the mod button on the back.
- Hold down the Left Bumper for 3 seconds.
The LED indicator will flash all 4 slots in WHITE showing that the modchip entered the sub-mode menu. It will then show the number of a sub-mode you have active currently.
- Use the Right Trigger to increase the number of a sub-mode or use the Left Trigger to go down on a sub-mode.
- To save the setting, you will have to press the Mod Button.
NOTE: Keep in mind, there is a “3-second rule” that applies every time you check or change sub-modes. If you’ve been inactive for more then 3 seconds, the modchip will exit sub-mode menu automatically.
TIP: There is a “Quick Sub-Mode Scroll” option available on every Mega Modz Controller allowing you to get to the desired sub-mod quickly and avoid waiting for the modchip to go through the sequence of sub-modes.
Quickly tapping the Right Trigger will increase the sub-mode number by the number of times the Right Trigger was tapped, getting you to the desired sub-mode rapidly. Quickly tapping the Left Trigger will decrease the sub-mode number by the number of times the Left Trigger was tapped, getting you to the desired sub-mode instantly.
Example: You have sub-mode number 1 active, tapping the Right Trigger 2 times quickly will take you to the sub-mode #3. Tapping on the Right Trigger 4 times quickly will take you to the sub-mode #5.
There are 5 sub-modes available:
|1||50 Unit Delays||The time from when you press the scope key to the time the shot is taken|
|2||60 Unit Delays||The time from when you press the scope key to the time the shot is taken|
|3||70 Unit Delays||The time from when you press the scope key to the time the shot is taken|
|4||80 Unit Delays||The time from when you press the scope key to the time the shot is taken|
|5||90 Unit Delays||The time from when you press the scope key to the time the shot is taken|
NOTE: One unit delay is 10 ms (1UD = 10ms).The lesser the number the sooner a shot will be made after pressing “Aim Button”.The number can be adjusted via a programming mode.
TIP: Set up a private match with bots as your opponent. That will give you lots of practice for aiming against moving targets. Set them on easy difficulty, but place as many as you can on the opposing team. This will give you plenty of opportunities to try to hit moving targets without them killing you all the time. Playing against bots will help you keep your stats from taking a negative hit while practicing.
LIMITATION: Quick Scope and Auto Sprint mods cannot be used simultaneously, therefore you won’t be able to activate them both at the same time. Choosing one over another will replace one by another on the LED Mod Indicator.
Setting Up Custom Values
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Quick Scope delays are programmed by individually setting the hundreds digit, the tens digit, and the ones digit. For example, if the reload delay is 30 units, "0" is the hundreds digit, "3" is the tens digit, and "0" is the ones digit.
If you haven’t done so already, we strongly recommend learning how custom speeds indication works here before entering a “Programming Mode”.
You’ve mastered the use of Quick Scope and you’re ready to dial in your own custom Quick Scope speed. Quick Scope can accept a “delay number” from 0 through 255. The lower the number, the “faster” the quick scope.
- Turn ON Quick Scope.
- Hold the mod switch on the back and then tap the Sync (Connect) button. All four LEDs will light up in WHITE to let you know that it’s waiting for further input.
- Tap the button the Left Bumper and the modchip will take to the hundred digits slot. Let’s say your values started at 130 unit delays. The mod will light up the “hundreds” digit on all 4 LEDs.
- Tap the Right Trigger to increase the “hundreds” digit or tap the Left Trigger to decrease the “hundreds” digit. The mod will blink LEDs to let you know what the current number is. When you’re happy with the number →
- Tap the mod switch to move to the next number. Now we’re at the “tens” digit and you can adjust the numbers here. Follow the procedure from above.
- Tap the Left Trigger to decrease the “tens” digit, and tap the Right Trigger to increase the “tens” digit.
- Tap the mod switch to save that digit and move to the “ones” place.
- Lastly, we’re at the “ones” digits place. Follow the procedure from above to change the numbers (if needed) one last time.
- Tap the Left Trigger to decrease the “ones”, and tap the Right Trigger to increase the “ones”.
- Tap the mod switch to save your selection. The mod will blink all 4 LEDs in red 3 times very quickly and exit the programming menu saving the last setting.
NOTE: The controller will always remember the last programming speed you have before powering down.
There is an “8-second rule” that applies every time you enter the “Programming Mode”. If you’ve been inactive for more then 8 seconds, the modchip will exit the programming menu automatically.
TIP: There is a “Quick Speed Scroll” option available on every Mega Modz Controller allowing you to get to the desired speed quickly and avoid waiting for the modchip to go through the sequence of speeds.
Quickly tapping the Right Trigger will increase the speed number by the number of times the Right Trigger was tapped, getting you to the desired speed rapidly.
Quickly tapping the Left Trigger will decrease the speed number by the number of times the Left Trigger was tapped, getting you to the desired speed instantly.
Example: You have speed number 1 active, tapping the Right Trigger 2 times quickly will take you to the speed 3. Tapping on the Right Trigger 5 times quickly will take you to the speed 6.
If you would like to only check custom numbers then, after entering a programming mode and pressing the Left Bumper, you can see the numbers in the slots without changing them by pressing the mod button and skipping the adjustment part.
It will look like this:
1. Turn ON Quick Scope Mod.
2. Enter a programming Mode.
3. Tap the Left Bumper to get into Quick Scope custom speeds.
4. First digit slot you’ll see is the hundreds. See the number and press the mod button.
5. Second digit slot is the tens. See the numbers and press the mod button.
6. Third digit slot is the ones. See the numbers and press the mod button to exit the programming menu.
Quick Scope Mod is compatible with Call of Duty, Battlefield, Destiny, Titanfall and many other games.
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