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Instructions for beginners to playing BattleField 5 (Part 1)

Instructions for beginners to playing BattleField 5 (Part 1)

Battlefield V is the newest member of the popular EA game of the same name. The game was first introduced at EA’s Play, taking place right before E3 2018.

Battlefield V will be set in World War II, the battle is said to be the most brutal and expensive. human history. You will witness the horrors of war through the eyes of men and women during World War II; All create a remarkable blockbuster in the end of 2018.

Points to note

First, Battlefield 5 is a FPS game quite different from other FPS games like CS: GO, Crossfire so you need to be prepared to receive the difference.

The configuration required of this game is quite high, it is best to have a GTX 1060 6GB VGA to be able to play relatively smoothly in Low Settings (about 70-90 fps for 1080p).

In BF5, there are 4 different classes: Assault, Support, Medic and Recon (Sniper). In addition, you can also drive tanks, fighters, bombers, etc.In this tutorial, I only talked about Sniper.

The main item

Select Recon class, you will have the first sniper is Lee-Enfield No.4 Mk I.

This gun has the advantage of multiple bullets, 10 bullets / magazine, fast rate of fire, very suitable for playing short-range maps such as Devastation, Fjell, Rotterdam.

The downside is the distance is a bit difficult, bullets drop a lot, zoom long range is only 6x. Reloading is also quite long because 1 time 10 rounds, but you can load each bullet finished by changing guns.

In BF5 there will be a maximum playing level of 50, the maximum level of the class is 20, the maximum gun level is 10. To unlock support skills, you need to play the gun level to at least 4.

To upgrade skills, go to Your Company -> Choose class -> select the gun and go to Specializations. Remember that when the level of the gun is up to 2 or 3, come here choose skills now.

The supporting skills, I choose the left branch because I play proactively, without zeroing (adjusting the viewfinder focus), need fast reload speed and fast fire.