Back when Battlefield 4 was first announced as Digital Illusions Creative Entertainment’s next big triple-A FPS follow up to 2011’s Battlefield 3, not everyone met the idea with open arms.
While the thought of yet another proper Battlefield title certainly carried a sense of excitement with it, it wasn’t quite able to shake that unmistakable longing that lingered within the hearts of a handful of “true” Battlefield followers, a longing for more of what was, for many, an entry point into the long-running Battlefield series, a longing for more Bad Company.
As of the current R7 patch, its damage has been increased to reflect the in-game stat difference between it and the MP-443.
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It adds a unique element to the "Rush" multiplayer game type, where you have to plant charges on objects in buildings and stop the enemy from defusing the charges.
You might be tempted to level the building to wipe out some defenders, but where are your teammates going to hide when they're planting and defending the charge?
In Battlefield: Bad Company 2, the -B- company fight their way through snowy mountaintops, dense jungles and dusty villages.