Deathmatch is a classic game mode that can be found in many games.
Players compete to be the first to reach a certain number of kills.
You decide yourself how many kills are played for and where and what the time limit should be.
If time runs out without anyone reaching the goal, the highest number of kills wins.
Also note that you can choose whether it is all-against-all (without teams) or whether you play in teams.
There can be as many teams as you like. For example, you can do 2v2, 5v5, 2v2v2v2v2 or whatever you think is the most fun or whatever the area invites you to do.
In Deathmatch, you also have the option to choose that the teams should have Bases. In that case there can be a maximum of 6 teams.
If playing with bases, the following applies:
- Respawning can only happen in one's own base.
- The shop is available in its own base, where you can buy all equipment and weapons (depending on your credits).
Using Bases makes the game more tactical with a focus on survival as you have to run back to your own base to revive.
Since your base has a shop, you also become less dependent on airdrops, just as it becomes less random, as players can buy exactly what they need.