How to Deploy Wingsuit During a Blackout Match

A look at how to use your Wingsuit in the middle of a Blackout match in Call of Duty: Black Ops 4.

In Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, players have been wondering how to deploy their Wingsuit in the middle of a Blackout match. While the Wingsuit deploys at the start of a match as you’re landing at your desired location, you can also deploy your Wingsuit in the middle of a match whenever the need arises.

This can be extremely helpful, especially if you’re looking to make a quick getaway. Wondering how to use the Wingsuit at any time? We’ve got you covered! Below, we’ve put together a quick guide on how to deploy the Wingsuit during the middle of a Blackout match.

How to Deploy Wingsuit During a Blackout Match

You can deploy your Wingsuit at any time during a Blackout match in Call of Duty: Black Ops 4.
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As stated above, you can deploy your Wingsuit at any point during a Blackout match. At the start of a Blackout match, your Wingsuit will deploy automatically as you work to land at your desired location. To open your Wingsuit at this point in a Blackout match, jump out of the helicopter then flatten your character’s body until the Wingsuit unfurls.

Once that happens, you can nosedive to gain speed and fall faster, or you can glide for a slower landing. After landing and beginning your Blackout match, you can deploy your Wingsuit again if needed. Note that you’ll need to be somewhere higher up in order for this to be effective. For example, on top of a tall building or hill.

To deploy your Wingsuit during a Blackout match, you’ll need to run towards the edge and jump. As you’re falling, hold the jump button down to deploy your Wingsuit (A for Xbox One, X for PlayStation 4). In doing so, your Wingsuit should unfurl and you’ll be able to use it to control your descent. Overall, the Wingsuit can be extremely helpful for getaway situations.

For example, if you’re at the top of a tall building and have enemies pursuing you inside the building. To foil them, you can leap off the top forcing them to either reach the top and jump to follow you, or run back down the stairs to try and reach the bottom. While situations like this may not come up in every Blackout match, it’s nevertheless useful to know that your Wingsuit is there should you ever need it.

For more on Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, be sure to check out some of our previous guides including all PC controls in Blackout, how to turn off the announcer in Blackout, and how to unlock hidden Dark Ops challenges in Blackout.

By reading through this guide, you should now know how to deploy your Wingsuit during a Blackout match in Call of Duty: Black Ops 4.

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