In this post we’re going to look at another division from Call of Duty World War II, we will walk you through he should play as airbourne and give you an overview of the division and some of the advantages you will have, as well as the disadvantages.
Who Should Play As Airborne?
If you like playing as a classic assault role you may like playing is airborne. The main difference between the classic assault is that you will find airborne gives you more of a ‘run and gun ‘type of division but is a little bit stealthier.
If you also like to move from one side of the map to the other, or you just prefer a faster class then this may be the division for you.
You will of course get some advantages with special skills that come with the airborne division:
this will allow you to spring for longer distances and it will also give you an increased sprint speed and you will be able to climb over obstacles faster. This is fantastic if you are going full speed and accuracy.
this skill will hide the flash when you fire your weapons and it also prevents gunfire from appearing on the mini map.
this skill will give you some smoke grenades.
this skill will ensure that you have quieter movement and you will take no damage from a fall.
You will also be invisible to enemy recon aircraft while you are moving.
With the airborne division you will be able to choose from the MP 40 or the Thompson M1928 as your main weapons.
You will also be able to back it up with a Colt pistol, and you will get grenades as your main equipment.
If you want to try alternative to a classic assault role this is well worth looking at and will probably be a good division for you.
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