Stealth is a big part of Hood: Outlaws and Legends. Most of the time it is best to use stealth rather than go all in heavy-handed. We have already discussed this in our tips and tricks guide, how stealth plays a big role. In this guide, we will discuss how to stay hidden and use stealth to your advantage in Hood: Outlaws and Legends.
Hood: Outlaws and Legends Stealth: How to Stay Hidden
Stealth depends on the type of map you are on currently. The stage is really important but there are some general tips on how to stay hidden in the game. For example, bushes are a great way to stay hidden in the game.
Bushes protect you from being spotted by enemy guards and also make it much easier for players to see you. It makes it harder for the AI as well as enemy players to see you. Hiding in bushes is much better than running around the map like a headless chicken.
Also, it is best to stay crouched as you move through the bush as standing makes you visible. If guards spot you the entire area will go into lockdown. Guard will come to your position.
Crouching is not only for bushes but in general, you should always be crouched while moving in Hood: Outlaws and Legends. You will make less noise while you’re crouched which means stealth is a given.
A great feature you can use in Hood: Outlaws and Legends is the tagging system. Work as a team to tag enemies so everyone knows where the guards are. Tagging highlights enemies on the map and marks their position and movement, allowing you to use stealth more effectively in Hood: Outlaws and Legends.