FAQ/Walkthrough by THAguyINgta3

Version: Final | Updated: 10/23/03 | Printable Version

Game- Rainbow Six 3

Platform- Xbox

Author- THAguyINgta3

Version- Final

Type Of FAQ- Demo FAQ

Email- LMSrebel2002 (at) AOL (dot) com
Just delete all of the spaces to email me and replace (at) with @ and 
(dot) with . and I did this to reduce spam. Check the Contact 
Information section before e-mailing me, please.

What's Left to Finish in the FAQ: The FAQ is basically complete and 
There will be no more updates to it. Ever. So don't e-mail me stuff 
to add or anything.


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                            Table of Contents

0. Controls
1. Getting Started
2. Tactics
3. Weapons Evaluations
4. Voice Commands
5. Walkthrough
6. Frequently Asked Questions
7. Version History
8. Contact Information
9. Shameless Self Promotion
10. Legal Information


A - Action; Hold the button for the orders menu
B - Thermal vision
X - Reload; Hold the button for the weapons menu
Y - Night vision
L - Quick weapon switch between the primary and secondary weapons
R - Fire
Start - Pause
Back - Map
White - Zulu command
Black - Team hold
Left Control Stick - Move
Click Left Control Stick - Toggle stance
Left on the D-Pad - Peek left
Right on the D-Pad - Peek right
Up on the D-Pad - Open doors
Down on the D-Pad - Close doors
Right Control Stick - Look around
Click Right Control Stick - Zoom in

                            Getting Started

This section just tells you what everything on screen means and what 
some of the controls do in a more in-depth way.

On-Screen Icons

+ + + Bottom-Left Corner + + +

The figure of the man will be either standing or crouching, and this 
represents what position you are in.

The name Ding Chavez is the name of the character you play as, and no, 
you cannot change it in the demo, nor can you change it in the final 
version of the game.

The little horizontal slot with the four notches represents how much 
health you have left. 

The part underneath this says the name of your gun and the caliber of 
bullets it is using. 

Under that is the part that has how many bullets you have left and how 
many magazines you have left (the part with the "x" and number). The 
bar shows how much of your percentage of bullets is left.

+ + + Bottom-Middle + + +

This part shows how much health your teammates have left, and they're 
life bars are just like your's. It also says their names. You cannot 
change who your teammates are in the demo, but you will be able to in 
the final version of the game.

+ + + Bottom-Right Corner + + +

This is your on-screen map. Here is what everyone on the map 

The lines represent the walls and paths and stuff.

The "x" represents where you are, which is always in the middle.

The circle that is filled-in white shows your teammates' positions.

The circle with the "x" in the middle represents an enemy.

Arrows represent staircases.

In-Depth Look at the Controls

+ + + A - Action; Hold the button for the orders menu + + +

The action button is used to do things like secure hostages, disarm 
bombs, and stuff like that. The orders menu is used to make your 
teammates do orders like disarm bombs (none in the demo), secure 
hostages, open doors and either clear them or throw a type of grenade 
in it, hold in a certain position, and more. To make them do any of 
these, just point your crosshairs onto the position and hold down A. 
The option to make them do something will pop up.

Example: If you want them to secure a hostage, point the crosshairs 
over the hostage, hold down A, and press Up on either the left control 
stick or the D-Pad.

+ + + B - Thermal vision + + +

Thermal vision is used to see things in dark areas, and it shows 
different colors according to how hot something is. If you see a human, 
they will have yellowish-reddish-orangish colors to them and you will 
see their outline. Only use this in dark areas when you want to see 
things that are kind of far away. I suggest using night vision for 
close-quarters combat in the dark.

+ + + X - Reload; Hold the button for the weapons menu + + +

If you just tap X, you will reload your gun and get another clip. You 
shouldn't reload every time you shoot because eventually you will have 
low ammo in all of your clips. In this game, you don't physically put 
bullets into existing clips, but you have a certain number of clips in 
your gear and you just exchange them between each other. It's a lot 
more realistic than games like Halo and stuff where there isn't a 
certain number of clips, but just a certain number of bullets.

You have to hold X to access the weapons menu. The weapons menu is the 
only way to access such weapons as grenade types and the grenade 
launchers. You'll have to remember this button by heart when you need 
your weapons that you put into slots 3 and 4.

+ + + Y - Night vision  + + +

Night vision is used to see things in the dark like the thermal vision, 
but everything is now sort of a shade of green. It's much better in 
darker areas than not using it, but thermal vision lets you see farther 
in most instances. However, I do recommend using this because it's 
easier to see if an enemy is hiding behind something or something like 
that and where entrances to areas are and stuff like that. You'll be 
using this a good bit probably.

+ + + L - Quick weapon switch + + +

This is used to switch between your primary weapon in slot 1 and your 
secondary in slot 2. 

+ + + R - Fire + + +

This is used to fire, or throw for grenades, your currently selected 

+ + + Start - Pause + + +

Start, like just about every other game in existence, is used to pause 
the game and enter a menu where you can either restart the demo 
(Restart), quit the demo and go to the Rainbow Six 3 demo screen 
(Restart Demo), go to the controls and mess with them (Controls), or 
quit to the main demo screen where you can select if you want to play 
another demo or download some of the new levels (Quit to Demo Screen).

+ + + Back - Map + + +

Even though you already had a map you could use on-screen, if you press 
Back, you will get a bigger map to look at, but be cautious when you 
use this because it doesn't pause the game. 

+ + + White - Zulu command + + +

The Zulu commands are a command that you can have your team 
automatically do. An example is how you can make your Zulu command make 
your team re-group and stuff. To change your Zulu command, point your 
crosshairs on whatever you need to to make it do that command and hold 
down A. After that, press L. Then, you can change it. A great way to 
use this is at the last part of the level when you have to save the 
second hostage. Point your crosshairs over the door, hold down A, press 
R, and select open and flash. Then, your team will hold there and you 
can go in the other door and get set-up, and when you're ready, press 
the White button and they will do the command. It's a kick ass feature.

+ + + Black - Team hold + + +

This just makes your team hold in their current position so they won't 
follow you. This can be helpful when you want to sneak up on a lone 
enemy and you don't want your team firing away and causing too much 

+ + + Left Control Stick - Move + + +

The left control stick is just used to move your character around. 
That's about it.

+ + + Click Left Control Stick - Toggle stance + + +

When you click down on the left control stick, you will change stances. 
The stances in the game are either crouching or standing. You might 
want to crouch in some instances like if you want to hide behind a lot 
of crates or something like that.

+ + + Left on the D-Pad - Peek left + + +

When you press left on the D-Pad, you'll just lean over. This is 
helpful when you are by a wall and don't know what's around the next 
corner or if you are hiding behind something and are trying to shoot 
enemies without them hitting you much.

+ + + Right on the D-Pad - Peek right + + +

When you press right on the D-Pad, you'll just lean over. This is 
helpful when you are by a wall and don't know what's around the next 
corner or if you are hiding behind something and are trying to shoot 
enemies without them hitting you much.

+ + + Up on the D-Pad - Open doors + + +

When you need to open a door, you just have to press up on the D-Pad. 
The amount of time you hold it depends on how much you will open it. 
For example, if you just tap up, it will barely open. This can be 
helpful when you're peeking around in a room to make sure there are no 
enemies in there or something.

+ + + Down on the D-Pad - Close doors + + +

When you need to close a door, you can either press down on the D-Pad 
to do it or tell your team to if you're lazy. The longer you press down 
on the D-Pad, the more you'll shut the door. So if you enter a room 
with lots of enemies, you might want to close it a little and then open 
it up a crack so you can squeeze off a few rounds at any visible 
enemies while not getting shot by others.

+ + + Right Control Stick - Look around + + +

This is pretty much used to aim, look around, turn, and stuff like 
that. If you've played Halo, it serves the same purpose as the right 
control stick in it. 

+ + + Click Right Control Stick - Zoom in + + +

This is just used to zoom-in using your weapon. You'll be using this 
often in most levels.


In this section, I will list some tactics that you can use to better 
survive in the demo, and they will help you out not only on your first 
times through the demo, but also in the harder difficulties.

If you have any good tactics that I can use for my FAQ and I haven't 
listed, e-mail them to me and I will give you credit for them.


When you are low on life (one notch of health or something), you should 
always make your team go in front of you everywhere and in doors before 
you. This will not only let your team take care of some terrorists 
before they can squeeze off a few rounds into you, but you will also be 
able to cover your team. 

When your teammates are low on health, but you have a good bit of 
health, you should always go in first. It's not a good idea to get all 
of your teammates killed early in the game no matter how good you are.

Using Zulu

The Zulu commands are very, very useful. One instance that you can use 
Zulu in is when you are entering either of the rooms that house a 
hostage since they have 2 different doors leading in them. You can 
change the Zulu command to Open, Frag/Flash/Breach, and Clear on Zulu, 
and while your guys stand at one door, you can stand at the other. 
After the explosive you chose goes off, you can go in there and start 
blasting away at the baddies. Unfortunately, this certain tactic could 
only be used twice in the demo, however, there are other commands you 
can assign to Zulu that will make the game a little less tedious when 
having to choose commands.

Hiding and Peeking

When you get in semi-large fire fights like the one where the enemies 
are after you kill the first three enemies in the very start of the 
demo, you can crouch behind things like those barrels on the right side 
of the room and peek around or stand up at different instances, squeeze 
off a few rounds, and then go back into hiding. It's a good tactic to 
use when low on life and can be used in almost all other parts of the 

Using the Right Firearm at the Right Times

You should never, ever use a pistol in large fire fights unless you are 
extremely low on ammo or are using a weapon with slow recovery like the 
sniper rifles. You should always try to use a weapon with a faster 
firing rate in large fire fights.

However, when you are using a rifle that doesn't have too good of 
accuracy and you want to take out an enemy that is kind of far away, 
your best bet is to use a pistol. Most of them (with the exception of 
the Desert Eagle .50) have pretty good accuracy as well as firing 

Killing Enemies That You Can't See Well

When there is an enemy that is firing at either you or your teammates 
and you can't see them well because of your position (they might be 
standing/crouching behind something or perched on a balcony above you 
or something), your best bet is to use any type of grenade or any type 
of grenade in the M203 40 MM grenade launcher. For example, the lethal 
grenades will obviously kill them and the non-lethal ones will confuse 
them or distract them long enough for you to go up to them and take 
them out while not suffering from any hits.

See Through Doors

To see through doors, all you have to do is turn on your Thermal 
vision. After you do that, you can look and see if there's 
any enemies in the room. If so, you can align your sight with 
their body part that you want to shoot at, open the door, and 
start shooting just as you open the door. It's a great way to 
give you and your team an advantage over the enemies. Thanks to
Rufio for this tactic. 

                           Weapons Evaluations

This is a list of weapons in the game and their evaluations. Overall, I 
think the best weapons to use are the M4 assault rifle, SR-2 pistol, 
M203 40 MM RP grenade launcher, and the gas mask. Anyway, here they 

  Weapon Name (Bullet Size) Range/Damage/Accuracy/Stability/Recovery

Primary Weapons
AK-47 (7.62mm) 39/60/71/66/84 
AUG (5.56mm) 39/57/59/54/90 
FAMAS G2 (5.56mm) 39/56/60/52/91 
G36C (5.56mm) 39/56/59/43/88 
G3A3 (7.62mm) 49/87/65/42/86 
Galil ARM (5.56mm) 39/60/71/66/84 
L85A1 (5.56mm) 39/58/63/53/90 
M16A2 (5.56mm) 39/66/74/38/90 
M4 (5.56mm) 39/56/49/47/96 
TAR-21 (5.56mm) 39/52/57/49/89 
M1 (12g) 8/100/1/5/91 
USAS-12 (12g) 8/100/1/46/77 
MP5A4 (9mm) 11/21/44/75/95 
MP5SP5 (9mm) 7/8/47/91/93 
Mac 11/9 (9mm) 7/8/27/86/97 
P90 (5.7mm) 14/17/39/72/93 
SR-2 (9mm) 12/20/26/59/85 
TMP (9mm) 7/8/46/87/95 
UMP (.45cal) 10/26/43/66/96 
M249 (5.56mm) 39/55/52/72/70 
M60E4 (7.62mm) 49/100/47/60/63 
AW Covert (7.62) 8/20/83/90/52 
M82A1 (.50cal) 100/100/89/1/9 
PSG-1 (7.62mm) 49/98/83/16/42 

Secondary Weapons
92FS (9mm) 7/12/42/67/86 
DE (.50cal) 20/70/36/1/81 
Mac 11/9 (9mm) 7/8/27/86/97 
Mk23 (.45cal) 8/19/42/62/85 
SR-2 (9mm) 12/20/35/59/99 
USP (.40cal) 10/20/32/17/90 

Thrown Grenades

Flash bang 
Tear Gas 
M34 WP (Incendiary) 

Grenade Launchers
M203 40mm HE 
M203 40mm CS 
M203 40mm RP 
M203 40mm Smoke 

Other Explosives
Breaching Charge 
Remote Charge 

Gas Mask

                            Voice Commands

To use the voice commands, you must have an Xbox Live headset. When the
game finally gets released, you can use the headset that comes with it, 

Since most of the commands are pretty self-explanatory, I'm not going 
to bother and give descriptions or anything.

Thanks to RainbowSix3.com and Francois Sylvain for the following 

Move on Zulu  
Escort hostage 
Escort hostage on Zulu 
Frag on Zulu  
Climb On Zulu 
Flash on Zulu  
Go Go Go 
Zulu Go 
Regroup on Zulu  
Cover On Zulu 
Open and clear  
Hold On Zulu 
Open on Zulu  
Move out 
Open and clear on Zulu  
Move out On Zulu 
Open and frag  
Go there 
Open frag and clear  
Go there On Zulu 
Open and frag on Zulu  
Take cover 
Open frag and clear on Zulu  
Take cover On Zulu 
Open and flash  
Open flash and clear  
Defuse On Zulu 
Open and flash on Zulu  
Defuse bomb 
Open flash and clear on Zulu  
Defuse bomb On Zulu 
Breach and clear  
Disarm On Zulu 
Breach on Zulu  
Disarm bomb 
Breach and clear on Zulu  
Disarm bomb On Zulu 
Close on Zulu  
Secure On Zulu 
Move and clear  
Secure bomb 
Move and clear on Zulu  
Secure bomb On Zulu 
Frag and clear  
Do it 
Frag and clear on Zulu  
Do it On Zulu 
Flash and clear  
Flash and clear on Zulu  
Cuff'em On Zulu 
Use it  
Cuff her 
Use it on Zulu  
Cuff her On Zulu 
Secure hostage  
Cuff him 
Secure hostage on Zulu  
Cuff him On Zulu 
Leave hostage  
Leave hostage on Zulu  
Handcuff'em On Zulu 
Secure terrorist  
Handcuff her 
Secure terrorist on Zulu  
Handcuff her On Zulu 
Electro up  
Handcuff him 
Electro up on Zulu  
Handcuff him On Zulu 
Demo up  
Deploy flash on Zulu
Deploy On Zulu


Recommended Weapons to Use: M4 assault rifle in top slot, SR-2 pistol 
in second slot, M203 40 MM RP Grenades in third slot, and a Gas Mask in 
the fourth slot.  

At the beginning of the demo, walk straight and go left at the opening. 
Continue going straight until you see some wooden planks leaning 
against the right side of the wall around a quarter of the way down the 
hallway. Right here, stand right by the planks and zoom in with the M4 
or another assault rifle if you picked a different one. Anyway, zoom in 
and switch on your thermal vision. You'll see a figure at the end that 
will be outlined in a yellowish-orangish-reddish color or something. 
Aim pretty high and squeeze off 3 or 4 shots. This should take the guy 
out. If it doesn't, just keep shooting at him after he quits running 

There will be two more enemies to the right of where he was standing in 
a hallway, and chances are, they didn't come out yet if you downed the 
first guy in the first couple of shots. If they didn't, walk forward 
very slowly with your night vision equipped. Look around on the left 
side of the room for a red barrel. This will be able to explode after 
shooting it. Anyway, wait for the next enemies. They will probably come 
running out of the little hallway upon hearing you rustle through the 
water. When they do, shoot the barrel. This will either kill them or 
distract them. You should be able to easily take them out, and your 
teammates will help, too.

After that, take a right through the hallway and then another right. In 
this room, there will be some barrels on the right side of the room 
further ahead against a wall. Upon getting close to these barrels, 3 
enemies will come out of little corridors on the right. Two will be 
sitting behind a barricade of wooden planks and stuff, and one will be 
running from a corridor on the right to a hallway that has stairs on 
the left, which is also where another enemy is hiding. What you do is 
order your men to the crates while you stay a few steps away from them, 
but don't let them get in front of the corridor with the stairs on the 
left so they won't get shot. 

Make them stay towards the left side of the wall. Anyway, when they do, 
the guys will run out. Shoot the two that are further down and don't 
worry about the closer guy. He'll easily get taken care of by your 
team. After those 3 guys are dead, creep around the left hallway with 
the stairs and kill the guy standing there. After that, go up the 
stairs take a right. Now, equip your thermal vision. You'll clearly see 
an outline of an enemy. He's standing behind some boxes. What you do is 
you slowly creep toward him, and he should hear you and start leaning 
over the side of the crates shooting at you, and his head will probably 
be visible. Aim for it and shoot him in the face. If he doesn't start 
peaking out, just creep up on him and blast him away.

After this, there will be the extension of the hallway on the right of 
you when you have those crates on your left when by where the guy was 
you just killed. There is going to be another enemy down the hallway. 
Try to aim for the red barrel and hit it. If done quick enough, it'll 
kill him in the explosion. Continue down the hallway and turn right, 
but don't go out in the open. Turn on the thermal vision and peek 
around the corner. There will be one enemy if you killed the previous 
guy and two if you didn't. After taking them out, turn around and head 
through the door. Go in the next room and take a right and then another 
right and go up the stairs.

When you come to a door, open it up. This is where the gas masks are 
really going to come in handy. This part of the demo has a lot of 
enemies in the hallways on the second stories of the room, and they 
will be everywhere except for the opposite side of the room to the 
left. When you're ready, open the door and stand in the middle of the 
doorway. Look around to the left and point your crosshairs on the 
ground exactly by the wall on the other side of the room. Make your 
team go there. After they get there, stay in the doorway and look at 
the big hallway on the second level in front of you. Look all the way 
to the left of this hallway and there will be an opening. An enemy is 
going to run over there and from there, try to throw a fragmentation 
grenade at your team. Hurry and kill him before he can. 

After this, quickly switch to your M203 40 MM RP grenades by holding 
down X and selecting the M203 40 MM RP with your crosshairs. After you 
do, quickly turn to your right and shoot one on the right side of the 
hallway on the second story right above you. This will prevent another 
guy from throwing a grenade at your team. After that, run where your 
team is, but stay on the left side of the wall. Turn to the right after 
getting there and watch the hallway where you killed the first guy with 
the grenade. Two more enemies will come from that direction. After 
that, turn around and look up. There will be an opening where what 
looks like an explosion happened and part of the wall is missing. A 
hard-to-hit enemy is in there so shoot at the wall with an M203 40 MM 
RP grenade. It should hit near him and light him on fire and kill him.

A little to the left of that guy should be another guy. Take him out 
and that should be everyone in the room. If not, kill any remaining 
enemies. After you kill everyone in the hallways, the two doors on the 
other side of the room from you will open up and 3 guys will come 
running out. Shoot them before they can get close to you and make sure 
you kill all 3. Tell your team to re-group after that. After you do, go 
through one of the doors and turn to the right. A remaining enemy will 
be in the little room in front of you so kill him. After you do, turn 
around and go straight and then look left for a door. Open it up and go 
through it and make your way up the stairs. Do a U-Turn and go 
straight. When coming to the entrance on the right, go on the left side 
entrance and not the right. Go slowly and make sure not to go in the 
middle of the room. Look to your left and you will see some plastic 
things. Behind those are either one or two enemies. Turn on your 
thermal vision and take them out because it's kind of hard to see them 
behind the plastic. 

After taking them out, continue straight, turn right, and then go 
straight. Turn left and go straight. Take another left and go down the 
stairs. On your right is another hallway. There will be two or three 
enemies in the hallway. I suggest sending your team out ahead of you 
and letting them try to take them out because they are kind of hard to 
hit and will decrease your life a good bit probably. After they are 
dead, go through the first door on your right. There will be an enemy 
in there, and right after you open the door, he should kick over a 
table. Hurry and kill him before he can duck behind it. After that, 
turn around and go out of the room and take a right. Go through the 
third door on your left and there will be an enemy. Shoot him. Right 
beside him will be another door. Tell your teammates to open and flash 
the room. After you do, run out of the room and back in the hallway. 
Stand in the hallway right in front of the fourth door on the left so 
you can shoot the guys in case they run out.

If they do, take care of them. If not, let your team kill them. Go in 
the room where they were. There is going to be a hostage in there. Put 
your crosshairs over him and press A. This is going to make one of your 
team secure him. They will now stay with him for now, but they'll soon 
be coming back. Turn around and go out of the room. Take a left and 
then another left. Go through the door on your right in that hallway 
and down the stairs. Then go through another door on the right when you 
finally come to it. When you do, go forward a little, but not much. 
Just stand there. You will get a call from headquarters saying there 
are a lot of enemies advancing on your position and your teammates 
should come back. When they do, make them go out in the opening and 

There is going to be a crap load of guys in this next part. Get by the 
wooden planks right by the opening and shoot guys when aiming in 
between those. After you kill five or six and no more are coming near 
you, you will still have people shooting at you, but you won't be able 
to see them. Go in the opening and go straight a little. Turn to your 
left and go through the door. Go up the stairs and then when you come 
to the next door, make your team open and clear. They will take a left 
and go down a little and shoot guys. What you need to do is take out 
the M203 40 MM RP grenade launcher and shoot rounds into the top-right 
part of the level on your left after you see a guy run over there. This 
guy is hard to kill and will help your team a lot. Continue straight, 
but make your guys go in front of you by continuously telling them to 
go to another position. This is the key to surviving this part of the 
level. When you come to the end, take a left and then go down the 
hallway after telling your team to re-group. 

Go through the door on your left, and down the stairwell. Open the next 
door and go through the double doors you hadn't been through that are 
in front of you. When you do, you will come to a hallway with two sets 
of doors. Go up to the one that is in front of you, put your crosshairs 
over it, and hold down A. Then press the button to change your Zulu 
command and make it open and flash the room. When you do, make your 
team stay there by the door. After that, go in the other doorway and go 
down the hall until you see a long, window-like opening on your right 
side. When you do, hit the Zulu command button and your guys should 
come in the room shooting. Make them go in the middle of the room and 
hold from up there and start shooting bad guys. On the other end of the 
room is a hostage so don't shoot him. After you kill everyone, make 
your guys secure the hostage while you cover them by watching the 
second level above the hostage. After they secure the hostage, mission 

Congratulations, you have just beaten the Rainbow Six 3 demo. Now you 
just need to beat it on all of the other difficulties [Recruit (Easy), 
Veteran (Normal), and Elite (Hard)], and you'll be good-to-go when the 
final game is released.

                      Frequently Asked Questions

Q = Question

A = Answer


Q: How and where do I get the demo disc?

A: Go to a local Electronics Boutique, GameStop, or Best Buy and 
reserve the game. When you do, they should give you a demo disc that 
has demos of Rainbow Six 3, Ghost Recon, Ghost Recon: Island Thunder, 
and Splinter Cell. It also includes downloadable levels for Ghost 
Recon: Island Thunder and Splinter Cell.

You can also get the demo disc at the following websites:


You'll have to preorder the game on all of these as well though so 
don't think you'll be getting it for free.


Q: How do I change my weapons and stuff?

A: Go to Gear after choosing your difficulty and you can pick all of 
your weapons and stuff from there.


Q: How do I make terrorists surrender?

A: It's pretty random, actually. It's happened to me twice. On the 
first time it happened, I had thrown a flash bang into the room with 
the guy that kicks over the table, and he just surrendered. The second 
time, I was trying to hit the guy by the big crates near the sewer 
system and I had shot a lot. Well, when I had my thermal vision on and 
saw him kneel and stuff, I just walked around and saw him.


Q: Why did a terrorist that was giving up shoot at me?

A: You should always, and I mean always, secure terrorists that give up 
or just shoot them. They will get their gun back and shoot you if you 
just leave them alone. Do not underestimate them.


Q: Can I pick my teammates?

A: Not in the demo, but in the final version, you will be able to.


Q: Why can't I pick my teammates' gear for them?

A: I'm not sure, but you should be able to in the final version 
although I'm not positive if you will be able to or not. 


Q: How do I change my Zulu command?

A: Point your crosshairs over something like a hostage, the ground, a 
door, or something else; hold down A; press R; and select the command 
that you want; and you're done.


Q: Can you use the Xbox Live headset with the demo, and if so, what are 
the orders you can do? 

A: Yes, you can use it, and the orders are the following:

1. Hold - Team holds. 
2. Cover- Team covers you. 
3. Flash - Team throws a flash bomb into room. 
4. Frag- Team throws a frag grenade into room. 
5. Move- Team moves to where you are looking. 
6. Open- Team opens door. 
7. Close- Team closes door. 
8. Open & Clear- Team opens and clears room. 
9. Open, Flash, & Clear- Team opens door and throws a flash grenade, 
then clears room. 
10. Open, Frag, & Clear- Team opens door and throws a frag grenade, 
then clears room. 
11. Breach & Clear- Team opens door with explosive, then clears room.  
12. Regroup- Team regroups at your position. 
13. Go, go, go- Team does natural reaction, moves into covering 
position, opens door, etc.


Q: Is it true that there is a special edition of the game that comes 
boxed in with a headset?

A: Yes, there is, but the version costs $70 instead of the $50 if you 
get the edition with the headset.

                           Version History

10-03-03: Version 1.0: I finished the walkthrough and controls. I 
haven't started any other section, but I will get to them in the 

10-04-03: Version 2.0: I started the Frequently Asked Questions 
section, finished the Getting Started section, and finished the Weapons 
Evaluations section. 

10-06-03: Version 3.0: I started the Tactics section. That's about it.

10-10-03: Version 4.0: I fixed some things and added more to the 
Tactics and Frequently Asked Questions sections.

10-23-03: Final Version: This is the final version of the FAQ. I
hope it helped you guys.

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