As previously mentioned, there are two main strategies that people use during high waves. On large maps especially, lots of people will do the MW3 equivalent of a “zombie train” (causing all of the enemies to follow you and then taking them out). The difference is, in MW3 the enemies can hit you from long distances. Thus, the best idea is to plan out a path across the map. Throw a flashbang at your train of enemies and take out as many of them as you can while they’re stunned or use an air strike and use a flashbang to keep them all in one place (this is especially useful if you reach very very high waves, like waves in the 60s+). When you start to get hurt, find cover. Thankfully, Juggernauts, Choppers and all other enemies do not heal health, so you can run for as long as you like without worrying. When you heal, simply repeat the flashbang process. When you run out of supplies, you will need to quickly stop at the the appropriate armory to resupply.
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The other strategy is to find a good camping spot. Not all maps are good for this strategy and some camping spots are better than others. There are two types of camping spots that I have seen players utilize on very high waves.
The more commonly used spots are places that have a lot of cover from choppers a nice spot for sentry guns and two exits. The other spots that I’ve seen used are ones that only have one way of entry. You can either camp there with
a sentry gun or have one player stay behind the other player, completely safe and one player out in the open. The player out in the open will attack and constantly go down, but the safe player will revive the other whenever he