Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare takes adrenaline-fueled gaming to the next level by including a funeral segment that allows you to "Press F to Pay Respects" at the funeral of a fallen Marine. What you may not know is that there are many other uses for the F key at a military funeral in Call of Duty. Try them out.
Press F repeatedly to tip the Marine honor guard with singles.
Press F to fist bump the chaplain.
Press F repeatedly to give the chaplain a jive handshake and double elbow bump.
Press F to no scope 360 tears down out of your eyes.
Press F to pick up loot from treasure chests.
Press F to open the casket's secret doors.
Press and hold F to build up power for throwing flowers onto the casket.
Press F to receive folded flag and repeatedly press F to collect death benefit coins as they fly out of the flag.
Press F to taunt the usher with one of your catchphrases. "I came here to bury my son and chew bubblegum, and I'm all out of gum."
Press F to remember the fun times you had with the deceased breaching doors and smoking tangos.
Press F to tweet about #gamergate from the funeral.
Press F to become a heartless mercenary with nothing to lose.
Press and hold F to hug the deceased's mother and rub your hand around on her back in a comforting way.
Press F repeatedly to wrestle with knife wielding attacker.
Press F to offer your condolences to the correct sister at the funeral. Get it wrong and you will fail the mission.
Press F to speak to the widow.
Press and hold F to speak to the widow in a cool Batman voice.
Press and hold F to plant a claymore.
Press F to order a pizza on your phone.
Press and hold F to add a side of mozarella dippin' sticks with that order.
Press F repeatedly to thank Dom for taking your pizza order.
Press and hold F to offer your condolences to Dom, the pizza app on your phone.
Press F to give folded flag to pizza guy.
Press and hold F to hug the pizza guy and rub your hand around on his back in a comforting way.
Press F to Dorito.
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