Entangle a downed hunter so he cant be revived without burning him, making his partner more altruistic. Like, thats its purpose. Not to mention, have you ever used fusees to light up doorways/important areas around the boss fight? 7. I was laughing too hard to fight back at that point lol, Im just here like.. .. how else would you use it? If you nail it right it will be practically impossible for them to bust through all of it without being incredibly loud in some way in order to break it. Also throw it on downed hunters if I can't find fire. Causes Rending damage. I recently saw a video on YouTube about how to use them defensively when doing a banishment. It seems sort of redundant to concertina while the body is burning, it would be even more effective to not burn the body purposefully. 10. No worries, I can throw this concertina bomb through a tiny window and kill you. It sure is odd. Hunt: Showdown is a competitive first-person PvP bounty hunting game with heavy PvE elements, from the makers of Crysis. Block off a flanking route in the middle of a fight, especially if opponent is using a shot gun. This webpage was generated by the domain owner using Sedo Domain Parking. When I first started the game and heard about it, I was thinking it'd be expensive as fuck and then when I eventually got to buy one it was only $15 and i've taken one on every hunt since. service provider for further assistance. While its intended application was far removed from warfare, McCollin was revitalized by the concept. You can lock down whole sections of a building with the concertina bomb and make sure that no one ambushes you from those spots, and then lock down the rest with bear traps. I was cornered by a dolch boy when I had a winfield. Entangle a downed hunter so he cant be revived without burning him, making his partner more altruistic. Honestly I cant believe it's only $15. 5. I don't know why, but it never occurred to me that it sits together with the bear trap as an area denial tool/trap. There were always occasions where I just simply didn't have enough bear traps to cover certain areas and a concertina would have made a world of difference. Spring-loaded razorwire that unfolds violently when thrown. If you need help identifying your provider, visit If you're in tall reeds or in a thicket at night, throwing a concertina in a fight can really help if the enemy doesn't see exactly where it is. Tactically block areas where you know your enemy will take advantageous cover. But in all seriousness, best for blocking revives. Set in the darkest corners of the world, it packs the thrill of survival games into a match-based format. You can litter them in areas where enemies would otherwise have an advantage, or around entrances to just generally discourage player positioning in that area. Also, I was banishing at reeker when some cheeky kunts threw not 1, but 4 into the lair, trapping the two of us in a corner. I think I might bring them now just because of that utilitarian function, I had never thought of that before. If you're not able to get to the boss compound/banish but do think you can get to the extract ahead of the bounty holders, pop a concertina bomb(s) in some of the better places they might use to take cover, negating that cover. This works best (in my experience) at the boat extract between Davant and Slaughterhouse.