quote KR_1250The bikes have been so much fun, love just doing tricks, capturing flags, swapping seats is fun-you feel like an action hero from a movie shooting while driving, running people over. Hope they include bikes in BF4.The bikes have made for some really fun and hilarious gameplay.
quote SevHAHA Awesome. I have had some awesome fun on the dirtbikes aswell. A tactic my mate and I use is he sits on the back with an RPG and we go tank hunting with me just running over any infantry we see on the way. We'll sneak up behind armor as my mate launches rockets then just circle the tank faster than its turret can rotate whilst he reloads. Awesome fun.One time i was on a motorbike with my friend on the back and we spotted an enemy motorbike with our flag. We then chased them down all around the map dodging obstacles, shooting eachother with bullets and rockets, nothing seemed to hit, we finally did take them down when they were 20m from their flag. It was one of those high speed chases in movies. Although this is nothing much it was very fun.
quote donmonsterYeah Javelins are only useful if you have a dedicated SOFLAM man or a tank making good use of a CITV station. They were more useful when the game first came out but there are too many experienced players around these days.I usually carry a SMAW/rpg with me now, since every lobby says no IGLA/Stinger and no Javelins. Javelin I don't care much about as when I'm in a tank I can avoid them pretty well. I'm more concerned about what's after me in the air.
quoteHard question to answer unfortunately. But it is much more than with a tank shot. First of all like you say there is a delay and secondly the RPG/SMAW's projectile actually accelerates and gets faster in the air. As a result its trajectory flattens out the further away it gets.How far ahead do I need to lead a chopper?
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