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You ever wonder why so many players rush mindlessly or camp mindlessly? It is primarily because this game incentivizes getting the most kills as an individual instead of staying alive as a team. Rushers rush because they have an itching feeling that if they move slowly and cautiously, they will be shot in the back. Campers camp because they are afraid of getting caught in a front to front 50/50 gunfight. Most people that play this game probably don’t know what CQB is but if they did they would realize how effective CQB formations can be in this game. As you all know, most of the multiplayer maps are very small and take place in tight confined spaces and compressed environments. These result in firefights at less than 50 meters which puts these maps within the realm of CQB. This entire game is about Momentum, angular advantage, and the decision making process. These are all CQB concepts. If you don’t know, CQB stands for Close Quarters Battle. It is what has been popularized by the movies portraying SWAT and Special Forces conducting room clearing (most of the time dynamic) and the whole squad moving in a very tightly packed shoulder to shoulder stack formation. The US military adapted CQB tactics starting after WW2 when most of the fighting was taking place in urban environments during raids on enemy compounds or within major cities. Concepts and positioning tactics were refined during the 70’s and 80’s to create the standard dynamic entry that we see today.
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So can we stretch it even farther? Can COD, an Arcade game, be used as a CQB simulator effectively? The answer is definitely yes. If teams practice CQB flow, good communication, leadership, and decision making skills, they can gain a huge advantage in PvP simply by being organized, but also, by moving and working as a team and creating redundant cover, using bounding techniques through open areas, and using CQB formations through confined spaces like hallways, rooms, alleys, and roads (which are just bigger outside hallways).
The reason this works is because of psychology and reaction time. The average reaction time of pulling a trigger in response to stimuli is around 400 milliseconds. If someone is rushing, the world around them is moving faster which increases their reaction time by a full 500 milliseconds plus the time it takes to raise the gun up. Compared to someone moving slowly with their gun ready to fire, their brain is able to comprehend what is happening around them, they move quieter than sprinting therefore they can hear enemies around them more clearly, they have increase situational awareness (SA), and faster aim down sight speed than if they were coming out of a sprint and responding to stimuli. Therefore, due to brain science, the slower moving guy will have the faster reaction time if he is looking in the right direction at the moment of contact.
Rushers rush because they have no rear security, but because they rush, they have no front security as well because their gun is not ready to fire as they have to first stop sprinting then raise their gun up then aim then fire taking a full second which is why campers usually win against rushers, because they are already aiming down sight, and all they have to do is pull the trigger (400 millisecond response time as opposed to 1 second response time).
This is called the OODA loop.
Observe Orient Decide Act
This acronym was created by Colonel John Boyd, a fighter pilot and military strategist. Essentially, the OODA Loop is something permanently stuck in our brains and determins how fast and in what manner we respond to stimuli in our environment, and how we can use that knowledge to gain an advantage over our enemy. For more information on this go to this link. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/OODA_loop
In order for CQB to be effective as a team we must position ourselves in the most advantageous way possible and stay on the move. This does not necessarily mean sprinting all over the place, but moving in such a way as to confuse the enemy team and be able see things from their perspective. To get into their OODA Loop process, executing ours faster than they can react. Usually this works when moving a full team safely around the map engaging enemy targets one at a time in piecemeal, which decreases the threat on the CQB team while also increasing the pressure and confusion on the other team.
In CQB one of the primary fundamentals is 360 degree security. Because one man is not capable of seeing 360 degrees around him but can only see a sliver of that (in this game we have no peripheral vision but only tunnel vision of like 90 degrees field of view) we have to rely on our teammates to create the added security around us. If the team practices maintaining 360 security at all times, even while moving, they will never get shot in the back or flanked from the side, and if they do, it is because one man ignored his sector, putting the whole team at risk. You see this happen often in random games. People all choose their own rush route, but because there is no team accountability, one entire section of the map is unclear, and the whole rushing team gets shot in the back by one guy who flanked everybody. 360 security essentially solves all those problems which is why it is also used in reality, because it works.
There are many other concepts used in CQB but the primary fundamentals are Surprise (Catching enemy off guard by staying stealthy), speed (not sprinting but by acquiring and engaging targets, having faster OODA Loop than the enemy), and Violence of Action (making a plan and carrying it out successfully as a team).
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