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How To Steal (Takeover) Other Players Vehicles In Destruction AllStars

How To Steal (Takeover) Other Players Vehicles In Destruction AllStars
There is a little trick that can help you learn How To Steal (Takeover) Other Players Vehicles In Destruction AllStars much easier and faster thanks to a choice tucked away within the main options menu of the game. In Destruction AllStars you can mount other players’ vehicles and attempt to either hijack them or wreck them entirely.

The process is actually really simple. You just need to be within range of an opponents vehicle, and the range is surprisingly large. When vehicles are approaching your character, while you’re on foot, you can dodge using the Circle button. Once you have successfully dodged an opponents attack you can quickly hit Triangle. This will mount you on top of your opponents vehicle and then a battle of reflexes takes place but you can give yourself an edge.

How To Steal (Takeover) Other Players Vehicles In Destruction AllStars

How To Steal (Takeover) Other Players Vehicles In Destruction AllStars
The buttons required are always the same, it’s either Square or Circle. No other buttons are used. However, there is a reason that most games utilize these buttons for non-essential actions. Sprinting, shooting, aiming, everything you do regularly is usually mapped to the shoulder buttons. They are easier to reach when you hold the controller and are often much quicker to respond.

From the main menu of the game, open the options menu. Navigate to the Bindings Tab. Here you will see Quick Time Events. There is a Takeover Prompt Left and Takeover Prompt Right. If you’re not having much luck stealing other players’ vehicles, try to map these to other buttons. Neither the L2 or R2 buttons are mapped while on foot. As such, switching Left to L2 and Right to R2, could definitely help you speed up the stealing process.

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There is a little trick that can help you learn How To Steal (Takeover) Other Players Vehicles In Destruction AllStars much easier and faster thanks to a choice tucked away within the main options menu of the game.

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