Brass Knuckles are the first weapon introduced into Crossfire to feature two seperate melee weapons held in each hand.
As the name suggests, these dual knuckles are worn on the user's hands, amplifying the strength and injury the attacker puts out. In terms of actual damage, the Brass Knuckles also features a unique set of attacks. The first pair of attacks, commonly referred to as the slash, is split into four seperate punches, two per click. The second attack, known as the stab, is a powerful punch thrown at the enemy. So far, the Brass Knuckles are the lightest melee weapon other than the basic knife. Switching over to these Knuckles is also fast and efficient when faced with a rapidly approaching enemy. In finality, the Brass Knuckles are a powerful set of melee weapons that can drive your allies to victory when played correctly.
- Many sources state that the Brass Knuckles have farther range than the Combat Axe. However, the Knuckles have a 10% shorter range than the default knife, giving it the shortest melee range in the game.
- The sets of attacks seen in the animations of the Brass Knuckles are defined by commonly known boxing terms. The slash can be referred to as a "jab", in which the user lightly pokes/strikes at the enemy. The stab is most definitely known as a hook, in which the user throws a powerful punch at an angle that gains velocity over time, amplifying its strength as it makes contact with their boxing opponent.
- It has been confirmed that the secondary attack of the Brass Knuckles will, in fact, deal 100 points of damage to any enemy, regardless of where they are struck and if the target is wearing armor or not. The slashes, however, will have reduced damage if they strike an armor wearing opponent.