He ducked his head down behind the old rusty car as gunfire erupted, pelleting the vehicle with holographic bullets. Lifting his head, poking it out just for a quick glance, he watched as his new ally dashed forward with amazing speed, slicing through soldier after soldier, leaving behind her a trail of severed body parts to dissipate into particles of digital light.
Knowing he couldn't stay where he was for long, with his shield in hand he quickly dived out from behind the car, rolling across the snow-covered ground as bullets came from what felt like every direction, bouncing off the hero's impenetrable shield. Rolling to his feet, he kept his momentum going as he threw his body into a forward slid up against a more sturdy wall made of concrete.
Unholstering his pistol, ducking out from behind the wall, he fired three bolts of plasmic energy, each hitting three different targets, leaving a small hole burned into their bodies as they too shattered into pieces of light. "I may have a shield, but I'm fair from just a defensive player." He said with a grin as the gunfire ceased, allowing him to come out from behind the wall.
"This is a Zion Innovations prototype Plasma Pistol. Holds up to ten plasmic bolts per mag and can burn through just about any material on the planet." He said as he approached Natasha from behind, her hands still gripped tightly around her katana, obviously ready for the next wave. "Nice moves by the way, lost track of you a few times...maybe someday you could show me how to use one of those-" Reacting almost without hesitation, he shoved her to the side as an RPG unexpectedly exploded right before them, sending the soldier flying back into the side of a half-collapsed building.
Pretty cool feat right here. Bucky takes down multiple guards with advanced technology from a distance. He shoots and takes them all down nearly instantly and avoids hitting their armor with tranquilizers.
These are the feats I've been waiting for in this series. I also like how Bucky's accepting his role as the Winter Soldier now, knowing that's it a part of his life and he can't run from it anymore.