How can I get on the tunnel roof by MCOM A on Grand Bazaar Rush?

  • How can I get on the tunnel roof by MCOM A on Grand Bazaar Rush? tombull89

    I've recently played a number of games of Rush on Grand Bazaar and when attacking I manage to run along the left tunnel, go to arm the MCOM and then get mowed down by people camping above the tunnel exit (circled below). enter image description here

    Is this hack to get up there or is there a legitamite way of doing so? Once one person gets up there his squadmates can spawn on him and put a beacon down so they don't have to worry about getting up there again.

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