Mastering the Art of Elimination in First-Person Video Games
Elimination refers to the act of defeating or removing an opponent from the game in a First-Person Shooter (FPS). This can be achieved through various means such as shooting, using explosives, melee attacks, or any other offensive actions available within the game.
In many FPS games, elimination is the primary objective, where players or teams compete to eliminate each other in order to win the match. The term can also refer to a specific game mode, often called “Elimination Mode”, where players only have one life per round and the goal is to be the last person or team standing.
The term ‘elimination’ is not limited to player characters. It can also refer to defeating enemy NPCs (Non-Player Characters) in single-player or co-op modes. The number of eliminations a player achieves during a game can be a key indicator of their performance and skill level.
In some games, players may receive points or rewards for each elimination, which can be used to upgrade weapons, purchase new equipment, or unlock special abilities. However, the specific mechanics of eliminations can vary greatly depending on the game, so it’s always a good idea to familiarize yourself with the rules and strategies of each game you play.