Months of reconnaissance have paid off and the location of an enemy stronghold has been revealed, deep within the treacherous and seemingly deserted hills of Afghanistan. Some good men have died to bring you this information and it’s only a matter of time before the insurgents relocate – there’s no choice but to strike now. Your specialist unit has been ordered to carry out a ‘Halo-Insertion’ – infiltrate the enemy stronghold and take it out with plastic explosives.
Command Post has long been a beloved staple of the Delta Force Paintball experience ever since the first Delta Force Paintball Centre in Surrey opened during the late eighties. Every Command Post game zone across the UK is different but every one of them feature a huge, seemingly impenetrable fortress draped in camouflage netting surrounded by all manner of towers, fences and ammo dumps.
A variation of the ‘Attack & Defend’ game rules are usually played on Command Post but in this case the game is sometimes referred to as ‘Bunker Buster’. One team starts off inside the fort and has to defend it throughout the entire game while the attacking team starts off at the opposite end of the game zone. The attacking team’s objective is to escort a ‘bomb’ into the fort occupied by the opposing team. The defending team can’t leave the fort five minutes.
Although Delta Force designs and builds brand new paintball game zones all the time, old favourites such as Command Post are continuously updated with all manner of new features and innovations to keep them fresh and exciting. If you fancy chatting with thousands of other like minded Delta Force Paintball customers about your favourite paintball game zones, have any game zone ideas of your own or you just feel like sharing some of your paintball battle stories then head over to the Delta Force Paintball facebook page – we always love hearing back from our customers.
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