Call of Duty Strategies: Get the Drop on Pro Campers

Gamers of the world unite, we are called to do battle and it is a matter of duty. I know that you secretly long to face the rigours of real battle. To strategise like the generals of the most famous conflicts in history. To taste the seared bitterness of mortar fire at the back of your throat. To see and smell the blood and gore of dismembered body parts. To fear the cold clench of death on your shrunken testicles. To go beyond mere digital approximations into something out there.

Call of Duty Strategies: Get the Drop on Pro Campers

Well, until that time happens, and with President Trump in the White House, you may not have to wait that long, here are some virtual combat strategies to consider. It’s all about multiplayer situations; and remember it is vital to keep moving at all times. Discover the hot spots, Amigo, those dastardly ‘chokepoints’ and bunker down. Killing enemies with the last clip in your magazine, that is a challenge we must, at certain times, all face. Stay safe within the spawn zone, when firing off all your ammo, Comrade.

Jump onto a kitchen benchtop and blast those sons of bitches to kingdom come. Be careful of incurring a sports injury, and remember you can always hide behind the bar, Compadre. Get the drop on those pro campers and win the bloody game. Wait for that clean shot, be patient, when it is advisable to do so. Getting them in the head is more important than wasting shots by laying down a lot of fire. Too many reloads will cook your goose, Buddy. Stay calm and aware throughout the game. Learn from your mistakes, wherever possible.

Strategy and more strategy takes the cake! Call of Duty demands adherence to strategy, if you are to blow the scumbags away. Black Ops III is the bestseller in the arsenal at this moment in time for multiplayer online combat. As you progress through the levels, you will unlock new and exciting weaponry. Keep at it and you will get better at killing, don’t get down on yourself if it takes a few games. It took me about 28 hours to reach level 44 and my kill to death ratio was nothing to write home about. However, I was not looking for a new antidepressant prescription, rather I plugged away at the killing and mayhem, until I got better at it.