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THIS VIDEO ▶ Call of Duty WW2 - CLUTCHING UP For Your Team In Search And Destroy | Shipment 1944 Is A CRAZY Map! - Call Of Duty WW2 (Bonntanamo Rants) #CallofDuty #COD #CallofDutyWW2 #CODWW2
✚ CALL OF DUTY WW2 PLAYLIST
Call of Duty WW2 Gameplay/Commentary By Bonntanamo!
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GAMETYPE PLAYLIST ▶ TEAM DEATHMATCH
MAP ▶ SHIPMENT 1944
✚ ABOUT "SEARCH AND DESTROY" (CC-BY-SA: http://callofduty.wikia.com/wiki/Search_and_Destroy):
▶ Search and Destroy, often abbreviated as S&D or SnD, and referred to as YOLO as an April's Fool joke, is an elimination-based game mode that has been featured throughout the Call of Duty series. A one-sided game mode, the goal is for an attacking side to either eliminate the defending team or detonate either one of two bomb sites. Players only get one life per round, with most versions of the mode going to a best-of-seven rounds (first to four rounds wins). There is an intermission/half when two or three rounds are completed.
▶ The mode is popular mainly due to its high XP potential; kills in Search and Destroy are typically worth five times that of in Team Deathmatch (50 points in Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare and 500 in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 and Call of Duty: Black Ops (1000 points for a headshot). Only 100 points are awarded in Call of Duty: Black Ops II and most games after, due to the Scorestreak system, but 500 XP is awarded as a Medal called Elimination. No points are rewarded for a kill except by the way of a medal in any gametype in Call of Duty: Black Ops II and most games after, and the player can view these medals at the end of a game through the screen that pops up at the end of a match. On another note, the fact that players do not respawn until the next round could lead to long waits to play again, especially should the player die early into the round.
▶ A Hardcore version has also been featured in Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare and all other games onwards. Modern Warfare 3 Hardcore mode also features the "Ricochet" setting, where if someone tries to shoot or team kill a friendly player, all damage caused to that player will be inflicted onto the person who caused the damage. So essentially by trying to kill a friendly teammate the player will only kill themselves.
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