Gameranx: "Here's everything we've learned about the weapons, classes, gameplay and customization in Battlefield 4 over E3."
hmmm no sign of the USAS
there are barely any guns. Its just a pre alpha version.
lol @Nafon yeah I was being sarcastic There will be glitches There will be patches There will be Nerfing
Do you really want one?
good, glad its gone along with irnv and frag rounds.
Lmao you are worried about the USAS because you have no idea what the XM25 is. And it is in battlefield 4. I suggest you and sovietsoldier look up that weapon. It makes the USAS with frag rounds look like a nerf toy. I will help you. http://lmgtfy.com/?q=Xm25
meaning;it's BF3 all over again except with nicer graphics / destruction oh and this; "LMGs and sniper rifles will suppress you if they pass near your head so they have better suppressing effects",means still won't kill if it's a direct hit but you get plenty of assist kills lol
Not gonna lie...I kinda hate the fact that reloading gets rid of all the other rounds in your mag. I realize that this is a lot more realistic then drawing from a "well" of bullets...but I don't play games for realism. I habitually reload after every engagement, so this is gonna cripple me. This really should have been an option for hardcore mode or something instead of being added to the core game.
it is an option for only hardcore mode.
according to levelcap, DICE doesn't really know exactly how this will be implemented yet. He said that it removed the rounds in some guns, but in others, he wouldn't lose any rounds.
I am 70% sure that it will be in hardcore mode only, but i would like to see that also in core game, because it makes reloading much more realistic and more "funner" And I am 100% sure that it doesn't apply only to some guns as that would be very stupid and would unbalance guns a lot.
gotta say, I think the class models from Battlefield 3 looked more badass, then again...everything else seen in BF4 looks a LOT better.
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