Fight against 3-man teams in Trios - Limited Time Mode! Find out everything to know about this LTM, including tips to get a Victory Royale.
|Release Date||January 31, 2019|
Three-Man Teams Fight it Out in Trios LTM
Trios LTM - Overview
Three heads are better than one! In the Trios game mode, you and 2 other allies have to go against other teams of 3 to see which team comes out on top!
Trios LTM - Review
The Trios LTM doesn't really differ from the regular Duos and Squads game modes besides the limitation to the amount of team members. Available weapons and items among other things remain the same.
Battle for a Team Victory Royale
Winning the Trios LTM is pretty straightforward. Be the last team standing among the other teams and you'll get the coveted Victory Royale!Check Out Tips to Win in Squads Here
Win Regardless of Members Left
The last team, regardless of how many members they have left, will be the winner. The eliminated teammate will also receive the rewards for winning the LTM as long as they don't leave the match.
Trios LTM Tips & Tricks
Rely on Basics to Win
The Trios LTM plays the same as regular game modes so better sharpen your basic skills to ensure your survival. Your basic skills will be the deciding factor to winning combats.Check Out the Tips to be a Pro Here
Work Together to Distract & Shoot Enemies
With 3 members, you can coordinate ambushes against other enemy players. Have someone act as a decoy while the others go around the enemies to shoot them from their blind sides.Check Out Tips to Improve Your Aim Here
Focus on One Enemy at a Time
Focus fire on one enemy and down them first rather than spreading fire between all of them. Remember that a downed enemy will be unable to fight anymore and can be used as bait to lure their team.
Provide Cover for Allies
Always be ready to build cover and support allies during gun fights. If one of your teammates is being pressured by enemies, build around them to save them before going off to join the fight.Check Out Building Basics Here
Always Have Cover when Reviving Allies
Reviving teammates out in the open will leave you a sitting duck for enemies to take out. Always build sturdy cover around you and your downed teammate before attempting to revive.
Have a Versatile Loadout Between Members
Don't stick to just one-range weapons. Make sure your teammates and yourself have a versatile loadout that can work across different ranges. Having healing items to use and share is also a must.Check Out Weapon Loadout Management