Every Bullet Counts is an intensely fun Adversary Mode in GTA Online that every player should try out. Just like the name suggests, players cannot waste a single bullet in this game mode, and you need to plan every move. Read on to find out how to play Every Bullet Counts in GTA Online.
Players spawn in with one life, one melee weapon, and a marksman pistol with two bullets. You will enter a room with three others and take everyone out to be the last man standing.
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How to Play Every Bullet Counts?
There are seven iterations of Every Bullet Count, which take place in unique settings. You can access the game mode only when it is available in the Featured Playlist in the GTA 5 launch screen. Here is a quick rundown of all of the maps included in the playlist.
Every Bullet Counts I
This is the original Every Bullet Counts mode which takes place in the De Santa Residence at Rockford Hills. The spawn points for the game mode are located in the second-floor hallways, the side area, garage, backyard, and the roofed side area outside.
Every Bullet Counts II
The second map is located in the O’Neil Ranch in Grapeseed. The spawn points are located in the second-floor hallway, the basement, the living room, and the room next to the main stairway.
Every Bullet Counts III
The third map is located in Tequi-la-la, West Vinewood. The spawn points are located in the basement’s game room, the second-floor bar, the back entrance, and the façade.
Every Bullet Counts IV
The fourth map is located in the Pacific Standard Map in Downtown Vinewood. The spawn points are located at the bottom of the stairs on the second floor, the vault area, the main hall, and the second-floor hallway near the offices.
Bunker – Every Bullet Counts
The Bunker map was added as part of the Gunrunning update, and it takes place in the Bunker. The spawn points are located in the storage area, the shooting range room, the workshop, and the entry lobby.
Missile Base – Every Bullet Counts
The Missile Base map is located in the Mount Chiliad Launch Facility. It is an open map with all players spawning in the same area.
Diamond – Every Bullet Counts
The seventh and final map of the game mode takes place in the Diamond Casino and Resort. Like the missile base map, all players spawn in the same area. There are no multiple spawn points to worry about.
What is Every Bullet Counts in GTA Online?
Every Bullet Counts works just like the Last Man Standing, but it has a few twists of its own. Four players will spawn in a confined space with a limited arsenal. You will have to make use of the meagre resources to fight and stay alive.
While you start with just two bullets in your Marksman pistol, you can collect ammo scattered around the arena. But you have to be careful when scrounging for resources as one wrong move could get you killed. Sometimes, it is easier to use your melee weapon to take enemies out than expose yourself to danger by collecting ammo.
The best part about the game mode is that you cannot camp in it, and you have to keep moving. Else your location will be revealed on the map after five seconds.
Every Bullet Counts Tips
The Adversary mode is heavily reliant on fast reflexes and aim, and it can get very tense when rounds boil down to the last two players. If you want to get better at the game mode, here are some tips that can help you win more at the mode:
Bait your enemies: Remember how we talked about camping is a bad strategy because your location is given away? You can use the mechanic to bait your enemies into a room. Standing still for a few seconds and repositioning can help you lure enemies right into your crosshairs.
Learn the maps: If you spend time playing on all of the different maps, you will quickly learn all of the shortcuts and flanks. Try to take advantage of your positioning and make use of cover as much as possible to make your opponents waste their bullets.
Use your melee: Sometimes, it is not worth going for ammo pickups, and your trusty old hatchet can get the final kill you need to win a game. Players often rely on their guns when a few jabs from their melee weapons can do the job just fine.
Every Bullet Counts in GTA Online feels like a homage to Call of Duty’s classic “One in the Chamber” mode, which was a fan favourite. Fast reflexes and quick thinking are a must if you want to win most of your matchups in the Adversary mode.