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Tips for Liberation on survival mode in spec ops, on Call Of Duty Modern warfare 3 learn how to get far! ( MW3 )

Updated on May 10, 2012


This guide/hub will teach you the tips and strategies that you can and should use to get to high levels on the map Liberation for survival mode on Call Of Duty Modern Warfare 3.

PLEASE NOTE ::: Below is a guide for general strategies for all survival maps that i suggest you read prior to the rest of this hub. I will reference and not going into great detail on the things you should use. But if you read the guide i give full reasons of why you should use each item.

The Map

Ok so let me give you the map legend so that you can understand the map below.

Red X's are you player position. I have both players on 1 side, but one player should watch the turrets as well to make sure they are not getting taken out.

Orange X's - these are you turret positions. Here you should every once in a while look over to make sure they are not getting taken out over time. You can move these slightly further back if you wish closer to your position, but you do want them to be able to take the enemy out before they reach you and your partners position.

The blue lines. This is going to be mainly where the enemy is going to come at you from. You should watch these positions as this is where the strongest force will face you from.

So your initial strategy for this map is to camp where i have designated. This will be in the open, but will give you two main directions where the enemy will come at you from, and you will be able to successfully take the enemy out. You should make sure that you have a full inventory of flash bangs, grenades, and equipment. Try to keep your ammo high at later rounds, and ALWAYS make sure you have a self revive. That will make your life a little easier, and is NECESSARY when playing by yourself.

On helicopter rounds, please be sure to take them out first, or as SOON as they come into the game. This will make things significantly easier for you when trying to survive.

Juggernaut rounds.... Here you should mainly focus on taking them out as soon as possible, but seeing my run and gun strategy is clearly also a necessary way to surviving high rounds especially those against juggernauts. You should focus on being sure that you lay into them with high amounts of ammo, and being careful when using flash bangs, predators, or air strikes because all of these can affect your teammates, turrets, and riot/delta teams. So you should focus on taking them out in an effective way.

Okay so your main goal should be to camp, and stay in the area that i have showed you. ALTHOUGH. A recent strategy that I am becoming much more of a fan of is the whole "run and gun" strategy. In which case you should never stop moving. essentially dodging bullets, and getting the enemy into a single file line and mowing them down with a light machine gun. I usually say to do this on juggernaut rounds and this will allow you to stay alive longer. But any time you start getting the enemy coming in on you, try to escape, and do the run and gun method. Usually around level 30 you will most likely need to start running and trying a different method.

Either way with the run and gun, and this camping spot, you should have no problem making it to level 30+, and with practice, effort, and good teammate much further. If you have any questions please comment, and I will try to help you out.


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