Call of Duty Modern Warfare 4 (2019) - Circus Tour Trophy Guide / Achievement Guide - Kill at least one enemy while inside The Reading Place, Aural Chic and both Subway undergrounds. [Bronze]
Mission 2: Piccadilly -- Objective: Neutralize Terrorists
This level is basically just one giant town district. While the story wants you to go to the reading place, the two underground sections and Aural Chic (clothing store) are optional and you have to go out of your way to enter them. Each location has at least one enemy, kill them there.
- Underground 1 - On the left side (two guys holding hostages down there, must walk down the stairs and through underground tunnel to see them)
- Aural Chic - Clothing store on right side, has big Neon Signs with the name "Aural Chic" written out. One guy holding hostages in there)
- Underground 2 - On the right side (no enemy inside, but one guy in a bomb vest will run down the stairs, kill him after he entered the underground, but to not kill yourself shoot him in the head and quickly get away before his vest explodes)
- Reading Place - Big building in top left corner of the area, the story wants you to go there. Multiple enemies in here.)
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