Enforcer Class Tactics
To compensate for the small amount of gadgets to choose from you have two completely different classes of primary weapons: shotguns and battle rifles. Choose the weapon class that balances out your squad. Drop ammo boxes near health packs in strongholds to create an area for your teammates to recoup after a firefight.
Equip the ballistic shield and step in front to protect everyone behind you as they shoot around you, giving your team extra cover that they wouldn’t have otherwise. With their high defense,they are incredibly useful on Heist and Rescue modes.
Having the widest field of view is essential when defending a specific location. Use the breaching charge to set up ambush points on Hotwire maps to destroy cars as they pass through popular narrow checkpoints.
Professional Class Tactics
Using a long range sniper rifles makes this class very valuable for the team, keep distance from enemy and render their weapons. Set up laser tripmines low on doorways, keeping them out of the direct line of sight from enemy foot-mobiles. If the enemy can’t see it right away, there is a good chance they will trigger it, granting you an effortless kill.
However, it is best to stay hidden whenever you’re not going for a kill shot because being spotted quickly draws a lot of attention to your position. Use the decoy to draw the attention of the enemy. Stealth training is great on Rescue and Crosshair because opening doors and sprinting is incredibly loud and revealing when the enemy team is expecting you. Staying hidden is incredibly important but so is moving quickly. Being able to do both with a single gadget gives you a great advantage.
Deter the enemy from the VIP at an extraction that is not defended, or draw shooters to a location, luring them directly into your sights. If you are able to sneak up to a key location to set up a camera, you can spot enemies that may be hiding out of your line of sight, behind cover.
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