That being said, the simple act of rushing for the next flag might not be enough. You might even have to change your tactic. For instance, in the case of being down to your last mag, you might wish to ask yourself if you need to play it safe, or perhaps engage in battle with those two enemies that you have a clear shot on.
The idea, contrary to what people might think, is not to make the game harder, but to actually make the users more tactical and mindful of how they are playing and the way that they are going to interact with their squad members. For example, you will find that The Medic will not merely heal players as it normally does, but it will also provide supplies of Medical Pouches that are used to restore the players to full health. You will also find that ammo can be literally scrounged from dead enemies, and people who are constantly in the habit of settling in one place will actually have to move around, to get that ammo.
Luckily for you Battlefield fans, the Attrition system has been dialed down from its beta version, and in the final version you will get more ammo and even a medical pouch. That being said, you will not be dying at the same speed in the final game. You will bleed out at a faster rate, and that means you’re going to be revived a lot faster. You will also be able to see your squad mates making those pleas for help in the aftermath of their having being downed, more easily. Also, beta users found that sometimes it was difficult to spot enemies, so a distance haze is being added to counter the same.
Another bonus is, you will get to see a far diverse gamut of vehicles in the abridged version of the game. Also, you will be able to ensure you inflict some really intense damage to them on account of the new feature ‘systemic damage’, that will let you zone in on select parts of the vehicles that you wish to inflict that damage on.
Also, there is going to be a superior degree of agility as far as planes in the new version of the game are concerned, and what’s more, there will be a superior level of vision for pilots who will now be able to scour enemies from a tangible distance. There are even some really cool new flares that were not in the initial installment that will be in the final version of the game.
All in all, the changes to the Attrition system pack a punch; clearly good reason for all you Battlefield fans to play the game.
You might also wish to check out our article on the future of the games Prince of Persia and Splinter Cell.
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