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Guide to playing ‘Frost’ in ‘Outback’

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Outback is a mid-sized battlefield consisting of 1F and 2F. The Objective Locations are generated two on each floor. Among those objective locations, 1F objective locations allow the attackers to attempt a vertical play, making the defenders extra caution while defending the site. For this reason, the defensive team prefers the Objective Location on the 2F.   Because of the existence of multiple windows around the building, the attackers have many windows to attempt infiltration. However, due to the complicated structure inside the building, the attackers have to carefully approach by clearing the defending roamers. On the other hand, the defense team must constantly harass and delay the offensive team by using the internal structure of the building.    

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▲ Outback Objective Location, Objective locations are generated two on each floor.     Frost's Welcome Mat is a deadly device that can make the enemy in down condition, but the enemies are not easily get caught in a trap. For this reason, it is usually installed underneath the window and used as a way to make the offensive team shoot the Welcome Mat while they enter. If the defender checks this moment, it can easily stop the enemy entering, so Frost usually acts as an anchor.   Depending on the Objective Location, there may not have a window or no suitable place to install the Welcome Mat. In this case, if you select the Deployable Shield as a Gadget, you can try the Deployable Shield Setup, which you install the Welcome Mat behind the Deployable Shield, to block the enemy. However, this setup also has a disadvantage that both the Welcome Mat and Deployable Shield could be torn down at once by the offensive team's explosives.    

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▲ Usually, the players choose the automatic 9mm C1 Submachine Gun, but because the fire rate is extremely low, it requires time to get used to it.       ▣ In case, the site is located at '2F Laundry ~ 2F Games Room'   Here, the offensive team will try to climb up the 2F Motor Balcony and begin checking through the windows around Bombsite. The defense team should hide on the blind side and when the attackers enter, cooperate with the roamer to defend.   It would be helpful if you set up the Welcome Mat underneath a window and keep an eye on it. Dorms, Showers, and Mechanical Bull windows are suitable to try this. Among those places, Dorms and Showers windows can be handled by one person from the Showers side.   Other than that, Back Stairs or Piano Stairs, which can come up to the 2F, are also a suitable place to install the Welcome Mat. When attackers climb up the stairs, they often don't care about their feet because they usually aim at doors where the defenders might be.  

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▲ Window 1, where the attackers must open. Hide behind the blindside and wait for the moment the enemy enter.  

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▲ Window 2, where the attackers must open. Likewise, hide behind the blindside and wait.  

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▲ Games Room deployable shield setting. It can be destroyed by the Frag Grenade, so keep in mind.  

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▲ The attackers often attempt to enter through the Mechanical Bull window.  

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▲ If you install the Welcome Mat on the stairs, it works quite well.       ▣ In case, the site is located at '2F Party Room ~ 2F Office'   Similarly, there are plenty of windows for the offensive team to try to enter around the Bombsite. There are quite a few good places to install the Welcome Mat, such as the Garage Lounge window on both sides, the Electrical Room behind the Party Room, the Mezzanine, and Mechanical Bull windows, so try install it in the appropriate location.   Occasionally, the attacker enters from the Dorms and approaches the Games Room. Frost’s primary weapon is less lethal than the attacking team, so if you encountered the enemy, fall back and catch with the team roamer, instead of engaging alone.    

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▲ Because the Garage Lounge window has an obstacle to cover, the attackers often attempt entering through this window.  

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▲ The opposite side of the Garage Lounge window. Likewise, it has an obstacle, covering the shooting angle in a certain place.  

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▲ If the attackers enter through the Electrical Room window, the bombsite will be exposed in danger, so install the Welcome Mat at this point.  

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▲ Setting up the Deployable Shield like this would make you much easier to defend the enemy approaching from the Mezzanine.       ▣ In case, the site is located at '1F Nature Room ~ 1F Bushranger Room'   If the objective location has been generated on the 1F, the defenders need to consider the enemy’s hatch drop or Vertical play from the 2F. Therefore, it is necessary to operate a roamer on the 2F. Even worse, the attackers can attempt breaching the Bushranger Room reinforced wall, so the defenders need to cover the whole area.   There aren't many places to install the Welcome Mat here except for the Bathroom window and Reptile Hallway window. However, you can use it by installing the Deployable Shield at the entrance of each site and the Welcome Mat behind.   Because the attackers often attempt penetrating the 2F, install the Welcome Mat on the 2F, similar to ‘Laundry ~ Games Room’, and work as a sub-anchor. If you make a hole on the 2F Back stairs floor, you may catch the enemy hard breacher breaching the Bushranger Room reinforced wall.    

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▲ The Bathroom has a window directly leading outside, so the attackers often attempt to enter this window.  

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▲ Not bad to install the Welcome Mat on the Reptile Hallway window.  

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▲ Other than that, 1F doesn’t have a suitable installation point unless you do the Deployable Shield Setup.  

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▲ If you make a hole here, you can have an angle to shoot the enemy hard breacher breaching the Bushranger Room.       ▣ In case, the site is located at '1F Compressor Room ~ 1F Gear Store'   The Objective Location is located in the middle of the building and two Bombsites are lined up parallel, so the offensive team is attacking from various directions. Of course, there is a risk of vertical play from the 2F, so the defenders need to cover a wide area.   There are no suitable places to install the Welcome Mat except for the Waiting Room window leading to the Gear Store or the window behind the Garage Stairs. That's why it might be better to use the Deployable Shield Setup at the Bombsite entrance or use it in the 2F Electronic Room or the Garage Lounge to catch the offensive team moving into the 2F office.    

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▲ If the attacker rushes to the Gear Store, they might get caught by the Welcome Mat installed on the Waiting Room.  

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▲ Underneath of the Garage Stairs, it has a window leading outside, so the attackers often attempt entering through this window.  

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▲ Deployable Shield Setup to block the enemy approaching from the Restaurant.  

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▲ It is not bad to make the Deployable Shield Setup on the Garage entrance.    

Comment 4

  • NameLessツ LV.24 I Love Food Jun 18, 2020, 03:13 AM

    You have some really good tips, and this gave me some good places to place frost traps. Thanks a lot

  • RetroFlame77 verified LV.23 Good Leader Jun 23, 2020, 03:07 PM

    Glad it helped you playing! Wish you the best!

  • Darkotaaa LV.3 Lurker Jun 18, 2020, 04:30 AM

    Ok

  • FoamPods LV.19 Bandit Jul 11, 2020, 12:33 AM

    this man is like the jesus of guides

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