Where is the enemy…
The defenders meanwhile can use CCTV cameras around the building to watch the exterior, and some of the interior.
Communicate with your team, if you can, and take down the enemy team as fast as possible – just don’t make any hazardous moves now that you know where they are…
If you’re feeling secure about where you are, just poke a hole into a barricade and aim your gun through to see if there are any enemies that you can pop off. Of course you can do the same thing through floors by using explosives.
Naturally, if there is an enemy on the other side of a barricade, you’re leaving yourself open to being spotted and shot through the wall.
These buttons will have your aim down the sights of your weapon, and then lean either to the right or left, allowing you to poke out of hiding spots behind cover, or around walls.
This is a key feature of the game because mastering your positioning is important, not only in the building, but in any given room. Keep your body hidden and out of the way, while keeping your aim offensive and ready to kill at any moment.
Making, or blocking, and entrance
Barricades have use to stop enemies getting in obviously, but more than that, they can be used to obscure the view of the enemy. Making it so the enemy doesn’t know what’s behind the barricade is more important than keeping them out.
Make sure to use all of your barricades in your preparation phase, and if you’re an invader, maybe consider remote explosives to dismantle barricades without putting yourself at risk. Or finding another way around, perhaps the floor or ceiling…