World War 3: How to Use Your Backpack

While fighting in the battlegrounds you are needed to have more item slots for your playstyle. The Backpack is very useful in World War 3 for quickly using a utility that can aid you while fighting. Or switching the playstyle for scopes, under-barrel, and muzzles.

This guide will show you a proper way to fill up and use your Backpack in World War 3.

How to Use Your Backpack – World War 3

In order to use the backpack, you will need to make a custom loadout for your playstyle. On your screen firstly you will like to press the “Customize” button. Follow up by pressing “Equipment”.

Once you have selected the wanted Loadout, on the bottom left side of the screen you will see a button that says “Backpack”. That is where you can open up the backpack and see all the different utilities you can equip and use while shooting.

Open up the backpack where you can choose between primary sights, Under Barrel, Muzzle, and Gadget.

The utilities are used for your weapons. The Sights are used to determine at what zoom scope you want to see.

Under Barrels are used for an extra option of firing. Such as having a semi-automatic shotgun or a grenade launcher.

Muzzles are used for combo suppressors.

You are able to pick from these utilities and switch them in-game while playing. This will determine how your weapon can aid you in all sorts of shootouts.

The Gadgets are useful in-game for making great tactics. Here you are allowed to pick between different variants such as:

  • Smoke Grenade
  • Concussion Grenade
  • Gas Grenade
  • First Aid Kit
  • Thermite Grenade
  • Mini Drone

These are gadgets that you can use on the go. For example, selecting the First Aid Kit will give you the ability to heal up and get back in action as quickly as possible.

This action is done by pressing “I” on the keyboard and opening up your backpack. From there you will want to go to your gadgets and select the First Aid Kit as your go-to gadget for combat.

When you die and respawn into the game. The preset that you’ve had on your backpack. That is what you are going to continue playing with for the following rounds.

Written by Borut Udovic

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