In this video, we go into two of our favorite features in Intruder: Doors and the Mirror Cam.
Doors you can open by yourself are a rare occurence in modern games. They are most strikingly, rare in the FPS genre. For Intruder however, doors play a critical role in the stealth tactical gameplay. To open a door in Intruder, use the scroll wheel as a push and pull function.
- scrolling up will push
- scrolling down will pull
- rate of scrolling determines how much/fast the door will open
The doors can be opened at different intervals with these methods which allows for peaking into rooms or entry way without fully exposing yourself. This is very useful for stealth gameplay. It is also useful as a clue for players who remember the door's previous position for tracing changes. If might be easier to know where your opponents are if something like a door's position has changed in the environment.
The Mirror Cam is definitely a favorite tool among us. It is a camera attached to the end of a thin pole that can be used to look around corners or over barriers. This is essential for the players that truly want to be stealthy as it allows you do see your enemies before entering a room.
The mirror cam can also be used in conjuction with doors by poking it through the cracks in the doors to check out a room before entering. This is great for teamplay situations when you can have one player "mirroring" the door while the other one enters or throws in concussion grenades.
To use the mirror cam just hold the left mouse button (normally fire weapon button) and move the mouse to swivel the camera.
The mirror cam has definitely been a favorite among play testers and also has some more functions that we will reveal in the next video...
In the comments let us know what tactics you think will be useful with these tools and what you want to see next!
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