What’s up, gamers! Welcome to part two of the Battlefield 4 product review. Previously, we discussed the infantry standpoint of Battlefield 4. Today we’re learning about Battlefield 4’s vehicles. Remember, this game is rated ‘M’ for mature.
The list includes lots of vehicles, so I’ll discuss my favorites. Here’s the entire list:
- Two types of LAVs (Land Attack Vehicles): anti-infantry and anti-air
- Attack boats
- Scout helicopters
- Attack helicopters
- Transport helicopters
- Attack jets
- Stealth jets
- Transport trucks
- Jet skis
- Transport boats
- Quad bikes
First, let’s talk about tanks. They have lots of different types of shells (bullets), but only two can be equipped at a time. Regular shells are called primary and special shells that do different things, like locking onto tanks, are called secondary. They can also be equipped with various accessories, but only two can be put on your tank at a time. I am going to name what I’ve equipped on my tank:
- Sabot shells (non-explosive rounds that that deal high amounts of enemy vehicles)
- Staff shells (explosive rounds that when fired, lock onto the tank at the very last minute and hit the tank from the top)
- Active protection (laser detonator that blows up incoming projectiles)
- Reactive armor (extra armor that absorbs enemy fire and decreases damage to the tank)
Well, I think we have time for one more vehicle.
An air vehicle.
One of the most deadly air vehicles of all!
Attack helicopters are like the tanks of the skies! They’re equipped with rocket pods, secondary missiles, flares, and lots of accessories to choose from. You can customize your load out for the gunner’s seat as well. This is my load out:
- Hydra rockets (type of rocket)
- Air-to-air missile (missile that will lock onto enemy aircraft)
- Jyro-stabilizer (a device that will stabilize the air craft faster when immobilized)
- ECM jammer (a smoke that can be emitted from the helicopter that prevents missile locks and disrupts incoming missiles)