It’s not just the seismic activity threatening Caldera, but also the threat of willful detonation. Although Caldera is in no danger of being destroyed, the safety of the island rests in your hands in a Search and Destroy–inspired limited-time mode, available only on Caldera during Operation Last Call.
Utilizing the Resurgence ruleset and supporting 80 players divided into 20 teams of four, Last Call tasks squads with being the heroes or the villains by choosing to either defuse or detonate various bombs throughout the island.
Planting Bombs: Villains looking to wreak havoc on the island must hunt down the bombs and deliver them to designated Bomb Sites in order to prime them and begin the 60-second countdown. If the timer reaches zero before another player defuses the bomb…expect explosions in the vicinity!
Defusing Bombs: Foil the enemy’s plans by defusing their bombs before the countdown runs out. Discover Defuse Kits as ground loot by completing Contracts, our acquire them at certain Buy Stations to cut down the time required to defuse a bomb.
As bombs are detonated or defused, more will appear on the island. The first squad to either plant or defuse 10 bombs wins the match.
Lava RockPublic Event: Throughout Operation Last Call, the Lava Rock Public Event threatens Operators with fire and smoke. Watch out as superheated rock is hurled from the Peak to locations all over the island, blasting into the earth and releasing toxic fumes.
Volcano Activity: The Volcano Meter displayed during Operation Last Call indicates the intensity of the current volcanic activity. As bombs are detonated and the Lava Rock Public Event activates, the atmosphere will become increasingly smoke-filled and obscure.
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