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Tips and Strategy for Infected on the Map Underground on Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3 ( MW3 ) M.O.A.B proof

Updated on June 19, 2013

Intro

This will be a short guide that teaches you tips on how to play the map Underground on infected, with proof of a M.O.A.B from my spot.

Keep in mind that I have many MW3 Hubs, that will teach you how to play survival modes, go over kill streaks, how to play multiplayer, and tips for many different maps and game modes. I go through thorough steps that will teach you all the tips that you need to play.

The Map, and Strategy

Okay, So first I would like to say that, on this map, if you scroll down and watch the video, you can see me get a M.O.A.B. on this map in my spot. With that being said lets get to the guide.

On this map the blue section at the top of the street is the best spot for many reasons. First off it is well populated which cuts down the chance of you getting hit by a random throwing knife. This allows you to survive for long periods of times on all weapon types.

Secondly, the infected have to travel a good distance to get you in this spot, so if you stay here you have time to shoot them before they get to you, and throwing knives tend to not hit you ( unless the infected get lucky).

As far as weapons go.
With a Barrett- When you have a Barrett .50 cal. you should lay prone at the back of the area, and shoot everything that comes at you. Aim for the mid to upper chest to ensure 1 shot kills. Usually I say to throw your bouncing betty to the right side of you at the exit of the bus. This will prevent anyone from sneaking up on you for 1 kill. After that you need to stay on the left side of the camping area so that you can watch the right side as well as the middle.

Type 95 - This weapon is the One I got my MOAB with. If you watch the video below you will see the strategy you should follow for that.

Striker - I would say stay in a similar position to my MOAB position. You don't want to be all the way back, and staying still. You should always keep moving, and never stop. This will ensure you have the best chances of not getting hit by a throwing knife.

FMG9 - With these weapons, I would also suggest to keep moving. You should not stay in 1 spot too long. You should remember to shoot the enemy at the last minute and take them out in groups. The FMG9 are strong weapons, so have no fear when enemy gets to close.

PP90 - With these weapons you can move up, or sit back with everyone else like with Barrett's if you would like. It does not matter which one you do solely based on the fact that you can use this weapon for long range or close range.

Well there you have it for your weapons on this map. If you notice I did highlight a red area on the map. This area is good for camping, and for later in the game. It is not well checked, and can easily defend against up to 4 people. Later rounds it gets tougher, but mainly this is a hiding spot not a spot for playing the entire game shooting. Only shoot if you absolutely must from this spot.

Well, thank you for reading, and remember to comment below. Also I will post some links eventually to other guides I have written on similar topics, but for now feel free to check out my guides to survival maps, game modes, game types, and everything you need to know about MW3.

Soon Black Ops 2 will come out, and I will be jumping full force right into Black Ops 2, which I am looking forward to, so feel free to come back then. Thnks again for reading.

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    • Johnrr631992 profile imageAUTHOR

      John Reid-Roberts 

      5 years ago from Boston, Massachusetts

      Yes I remember that.. It did provide to be quite useful..

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      Wraith 

      5 years ago

      Yeah, one example is that in CoD4, W@W, and Black Ops (1), the PC version (and Wii for CoD4 and maybe W@W), included the ability to lean. Very useful for some of my favorite sniping spots.

    • Johnrr631992 profile imageAUTHOR

      John Reid-Roberts 

      5 years ago from Boston, Massachusetts

      Yah I have noticed every game has things slightly different for each console.. PS3, and xbox are fairly similar, but the PC versions are usually different.

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      Wraith 

      5 years ago

      I may think a lot more highly of the PC than the consoles, but I agree with you on that. Everyone has 'their' platform, and the developers need to cater to that (them?).

    • Johnrr631992 profile imageAUTHOR

      John Reid-Roberts 

      5 years ago from Boston, Massachusetts

      Yah I can imagine the PC versions being a little better, but sadly they need to do something on console versions to keep us all happy.

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      Wraith 

      5 years ago

      Well, a bit of an update on that (should've mentioned this sooner), but the dedicated servers are used for the matchmaking system. So there isn't really a 'host' in the sense there is for the console versions. I've heard that the PC version is currently quite a bit better as far as connections and lag go.

    • Johnrr631992 profile imageAUTHOR

      John Reid-Roberts 

      5 years ago from Boston, Massachusetts

      Yah I haven't seen much of the pc version.. BUT the console versions are pretty sweet..

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      Wraith 

      5 years ago

      Well, I think I'm going to wait for a while after it comes out to see how well the PC version is received. I've heard some not-so-great things about the features they'll include. I've heard that, even though it will have the same matchmaking system the consoles have, there WILL be ranked dedicated servers (thank GOD). BUT! They'll all be run and managed by Treyarch (rather than lettting people buy and run their own dedicated servers like in CoD4 and W@W).

    • Johnrr631992 profile imageAUTHOR

      John Reid-Roberts 

      5 years ago from Boston, Massachusetts

      From what I have experienced using the weapons (as I talked about in my guide for all BO2 weapons..) the SMG's are different. They have added new things, that I liked from BO, and other COD games.. I think you will be happy when it comes out.

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      Wraith 

      5 years ago

      Personally, I preferred the feel of the CoD4 P90, with its higher rate of fire and all that. I think the MW3 P90 feels awkward. Hopefully BO2 will have a more... I believe the phrase "CoD4-like feel" was what IW promised for MW3. (Yeah, right... TRY AGAIN.)

    • Johnrr631992 profile imageAUTHOR

      John Reid-Roberts 

      5 years ago from Boston, Massachusetts

      Yah I agree.. the P90 is a great weapon, I hope I see it in Black Ops 2..

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      Wraith 

      5 years ago

      Oh, scratch what I said about the SMGs. My DEFINITIVE favorite SMG in MW3 is the P90, with rapidfire with or without any other attachment, ESPECIALLY extended mags. Almost makes it a full up LMG with a higher RoF but without quite as high a damage.

    • Johnrr631992 profile imageAUTHOR

      John Reid-Roberts 

      5 years ago from Boston, Massachusetts

      Yah, I haven't been playing a lot of MW3 lately, but I still have to say I love the MP7.. great gun overall..

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      Wraith 

      5 years ago

      I think I'd have to say I have a few favorite guns right now. I think my favorite assault rifle would have to be either the M16 or ACR (might even be the AK-47), favorite SMG would probably have to be the PP90M1 or MP7, LMG would be the MK46 (because it is so much like the SAW from CoD4 :D), sniper would be the .50 cal (most ammo, most power, most satisfying *bang* from all the snipers (IMHO)), and favorite shotgun would have to be the USAS. I can never seem to get kills reliably with any other shotgun but the masterkey (which is only an attachment).

      But to be honest, I think my 2 favorite guns are the .50 cal and the MP9. I use those 2 ALL the time.

    • Johnrr631992 profile imageAUTHOR

      John Reid-Roberts 

      6 years ago from Boston, Massachusetts

      Yes I believe it did, I don't know off the top of my head whether or not MW3 made the most of all the COD games, but COD continues to keep its name, and since the luck I have had with writing on MW3 I am even more looking forward to the next installment of COD. My favorite gun has to be.. the PP90, or the G36. Both have their strengths, and love them both.

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      SportsBetter 

      6 years ago from San Francisco

      Call of Duty, great video game franchise. If I am correct MW3 earned the most money out of all the different areas of entertainment. Great game. My favorite gun was ACR with silencer and red dot sight.

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