Bill Lavoy (Prima Games): If you sniped enemies in Battlefield 3, you'll clearly recall all the guesswork that went into it. First, guessing how far away your target was -- or using your SOFLAM -- and then trying to figure out how high to aim above his or her head. This made those long-range sniper kills extremely rare. With the addition of the Range Finder and the ability to zero your scope, Battlefield 4 has taken sniping to a new level. Players now have the ability to calculate the exact range of their targets, adjust their scopes for that range and then fire.