Hello It has always been a playground, where players can find all kinds of wild tricks and unintended uses of game mechanics. with infinite auraThe final season introduces some new maps, one of which features a deadly waterfall, new death-defying shenanigans appeared courtesy of legendary Hello Acrobat, Mint Blitz.
Although it wasn’t the first in the series to do so, infinite auraIncluding user-deployable equipment allows for more than just pointing and shooting. One of the most versatile items is the Grappleshot: a retractable grapple hook capable of moving players around the map at high speeds. Grappleshot allows for quick, death-defying tricks and layers, especially around areas of the map that would normally result in near-instant death. It’s as tactical as it is entertaining and a recent video shows exactly why.
Shared to Twit – Sorry X (…), Hello The Mint Blitz trickster has discovered an environmental trap on the new map Forest, a waterfall that causes players to fall off the map if they get too close. This led to an excellent opportunity for Mint Blitz to use Grappleshot to bait and trap players into falling to their deaths.
The Mint Blitz scheme: Trick opposing players into chasing you near a waterfall, then let the tide drag them to their deaths while it pulls itself back up to safety via Grappleshot. But this is not the only trick he pulls off.
Quantum translator, a new piece of equipment in infinite aura Allowing you to teleport to a specific location on the map, Mint Blitz is able to lure players into following it into its deadly undercurrents, only to curl back to safety once its opponents have fallen into its trap.
The video is fun to watch, but more than that, it feels like a bit of a stretch Hello tradition. After all, finding clever ways to send your opponent into a respawn counter using a combination of environmental hazards and in-game equipment is often what makes Hello This is an amazing and fun game.
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