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Call of Duty Modern Warfare 4 (2019) - Hang Time Trophy / Achievement Guide

Call of Duty Modern Warfare 4 (2019) - Hang Time Trophy Guide / Achievement Guide - Kill 3 Enemies while you are on a ladder. [Bronze]

Mission 10: The Wolf's Den -- Objective: Find a way up the Mineshaft

Inside the mine tunnels when you must push the 2nd cart, pick up the 1911 pistol under the cart. Then climb up the burning ladders and shoot the enemies while on the ladders. If something goes wrong you can restart the checkpoint.

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All COD: MW4 Trophies:

Tier 1
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Press [BOOM] to Defuse
Blow up 3 tripwires with explosives.

Ashes to Ashes
Burn 4 enemies with a single molotov.

Hang Time
Kill 3 Enemies while you are on a ladder.

Long Way Down
Crash a helicopter by shooting the pilot.

Wild Fire
Take down a flying Helicopter with a molotov.

Good Effect on Target
Kill an enemy with a direct hit from a smoke grenade.

Out of the Fire
Complete every single player mission on Veteran or Realism difficulty.

Tea Time
Complete the single player Campaign on any difficulty.

Nothing but Net
Neutralize the 'Fog of War' machine gun with a frag grenade.

Trigger Discipline
Do not injure any civilians in 'Piccadilly'.

Play Dead
Kill all the enemies in the 'Embedded' field of dead bodies.

Companion Block
Only use one cinder block and bring it to the end of 'Embedded'.

Wall Hax
Save Alpha 3-2 from being downed.

Golden Path
Complete 'Clean House' without being hit using one bullet per threat.

Circus Tour
Kill at least one enemy while inside The Reading Place, Aural Chic and both Subway undergrounds.

Love from Above
Destroy 4 trucks with 4 drone strikes before they reach the end of their path in 'The Embassy'.

Pit Stop
Stop three APCs with Hadir's sniper rifle.

Driver's Ed
Shoot the driver of the suicide truck.

Two Birds
Kill both soldiers with one shot in 'Hometown'.

Tunnel Rat
Complete 'The Wolf's Den' tunnels using only the 1911.

Dodged a Bullet
Never get hit by the sniper while escaping captivity.

Got Something on Your Face
Spit on Barkov.

Hot Swap
Get at least one kill with eight different weapons when completing 'Old Comrades'.

Lights Out
Shut off the power to 4 buildings in 'Going Dark'.

We Own the Night
Kill all enemies at the Church, Clocktower, and Pool without anyone calling for backup.

Warheads on Foreheads
Reach Barkov's lab entrance using only drone strikes.

Liberation
Complete all Special Operations missions.

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