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Published on Nov 14, 2015
Firebase Delphi is defined by its Cabal architecture: strong vertical and horizontal lines, doorframes and hallways, along with a pair of massive motion-sensing circular doors. These obstacles force direct encounters and challenge a players’ gunplay more than strategy – but with the right mindset, flanks and surprises are still very possible.
Delphi’s main attraction is the horseshoe shaped hallway that offers multiple entrances to the central room where B flag stands in Control. Featuring a pair of windows leading out to the exterior spaces, many Crucible matches open with an all-out war for the center.
If there’s one piece of advice to hang on to while playing Trials this weekend, it’s to avoid blindly jumping into rooms and hallways. If you can’t get a visual on the space, trusting radar is not enough to save you from a waiting sniper or shotgunner.
Heavy ammo spawns in a symmetrical pattern, and will be “assigned” to each team, rather than split down the middle as it is in Bannerfall or Black Shield. Aggressive teams that often attack the enemy’s heavy ammo will have a hard time with this strategy – the only angles are a narrow hall, or a large doorway that essentially announces your arrival when it moves. Nevertheless, make sure your eyes are peeled while waiting for the heavy to spawn.