Scavengers’ resume has experienced development teams of Halo, Call of Duty and Battlefield games, who have simultaneously pushed the Battle Royale game in several new directions. The usual flushing and repeated pursuits are gone, replaced by a new combination of PvE and PvP combat, survival mechanics and deep upgrade system, allowing you to wander around the map and use better equipment than the next team Arm yourself.
This is not about k:d. Scavengers works as a rock-solid unit to ensure the safety of resources and use all the wealth in your bag to free yourself from the frozen tundra full of lunatics. This makes teamwork your best weapon-this is how it works for you and your teammates.
1. Get everyone to agree before starting the battle
Here, you want to conduct a risk assessment before pulling the trigger more than any other battle royale game. Not only is the 60 players going all out in a game, the unique thing about Scavengers is that when they meet, they may also be in a completely different phase of the round. If you have been attracted by a pile of small ammunition depots and have almost no downtime to recycle waste and invest in better equipment, then if you fire on a team that has been actively equipped, good luck.
All great teams are built on the basis of good communication, and in “The Scavengers”, whether you accept this scrap or play the odds and sneak away, you must first make everyone agree-at least until you can bring Come back with more resources and spend on killer weapons.
2. Learn the unique skills of explorers
We have all played a lot of shooting games, and each character and class secretly boils down to “the enemy’s shooter”, but the scavenger is not one. With elements that are not good for you and a new combination of PvE and PvP combat to navigate, your explorer’s weapons and abilities are important. But more important is how they combine with other Explorers you are in.
Supports like Halden and Letty are important, providing healing and enemy technological debuffs, respectively-but if they don’t have someone like Cruz or Valola taking a place in the shootout, they won’t be in the game. Too far. Of course, if Cruz and Valola team up without any supporting roles to supplement, the same is true.
To really make your team ticking like clockwork, take some time to experiment with Explorer combos and keep their unique roles in mind throughout the game.
3. Collect resources together and use them in teams
When you pick up scraps, tactical hiding resources and even rare drops from the boss, you will share all these items as a team. It’s like having a joint bank account, except that there are more high-quality weapons on the balance sheet. And like a shared account, it’s best to discuss something before splurge.
Because you need different resources at different stages of the game. In the early days, the element itself may be your worst enemy, so you will agree to invest in Thermal Boost from your research options as a team. However, in the late game, as the last few alive teams competed for a position before the transport ship left, the action turned to a crazy PvP deadlock. Needless to say, the shield was a good idea at that stage.
By discussing things with everyone, you agree on what to do next and the equipment needed to do it. If you walk around without firing, no one will care about your beautiful weapons.
4. Break up-at the right time
There are many things to do on the map: protect tactical hideouts full of different resource types, raid PvE fortresses, destroy boss targets to get top loot, freeze to death in the frozen wilderness… everything is here. With so many ways to upgrade your team, it actually pays to separate and send different players to achieve their own goals.
Sending multiple players to a small resource point may prove to be an overkill, and only two of you may be capable of handling PvE points. If you know what you are going to do and how reliably one or two people on your team can solve it, multitasking will greatly speed up your upgrade path so you can obtain weapons while fighting for the transport space And upgraded shields. If one of you is ambushed by another team while running alone, please continue reading…
5. Take other teams off guard
Radar is one of your most useful tools in the frozen tundra. Every time a circle emitted from your player flashes and records their movement, it will show nearby enemies. But this is the key-they must move. It cannot see players who are still or crouching.
Take advantage of this by communicating in small groups, when to hide, squat down and move slowly and quietly together. This will allow you to jump to nearby enemies that have not established visual contact with you, and now they are not getting any indication from their radar. It’s time to fire and teach them some observation skills.