Simple Mode vs Advanced Mode
Initially you’ll find the Simple mode interesting but, it’s applications and the hipfire accuracy will disappoint you because the Simple Mode gives away your location, since the automatic firing is a major drawback.
However, the Advance Mode will provide you with your desired tools. ADS, crouch, jump, Dual-stick movement, a different fire button (situated on the left side of the screen).
The hipfire can be used in a situation where you’re too close to your opponent. But aiming down the sight of your weapon is more advised because the hipfire can be tricky and inaccurate.
When your position is perfect, you can ADS on the right part of your screen, use the right side to aim and on the left, you’ll see a fire button. Just keep in mind that this move set can be dangerous while performing close-range combats.
The Standard multiplayer playlist lets you pick a mode from five game modes: Practice VS AI, Domination, Frontline, Team Deathmatch, Search and Destroy.
Out of these five modes, Frontline and Team Deathmatch are quite similar, the main aim is to kill adversaries with your team and reach a score limit. The only thing that differentiates these two modes is that you’ll only spawn in the same spot in Frontline.
Search and Destroy is a mode in which the player is given a single life each round. You’ll have to plant a bomb at the given location and prevent the opponents from defusing it, whereas Domination is a point-control mode.
Practice vs AI is a mode where you can test your skills and gain experience before facing real adversaries.
Random selection of maps and Team Deathmatch are featured in Ranked playlists. In order to receive Ranked Rewards, you’ll have to practice your Team Deathmatch skills.
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