back 4 blood: Top 10 tips and tricks for Nightmare/Hope Free difficulty!
Welcome back to another back 4 blood article, I’m Dave and today I’m going to give you 10 simple update tips for completing the campaign on nightmare or hopeless difficulty, this article is mainly for those who choose to complete it in a small group or solo, I don’t recommend trying nightmare with people who don’t have good communication. I also have an additional tip in the article for those casual players that will completely change your game Completing the game on these difficulties will provide you with probably the best skins in the game, each character has a different costume depending on who you use in your own character.
Just a quick preview of my run, I used a Hollywood-Amylie and Shotgun AA12 build, decks tend to have a greater impact when choosing a weapon specifically at the cost of limited versatility in changing weapons throughout the game. I play a tank role while maintaining high damage resistance Tip #2: Using the box is the most underrated thing in this game, if you have a problem with the boss, you’re just playing it wrong, in fact, if used properly, the box will cut down troops without using written and specials.
There are so many important potentials to see in this game, including coins, equipment and enemies that it’s easy to miss them sometimes. When you have bots, there’s never a shortage of ammo because they’ll constantly throw ammo at you and even alert you when you’re low on ammo, and they’ll occasionally pile heels on you at random times.
I don’t recommend rushing through levels because it takes the fun out of the game and gets your bosses killed, which leads to finding less supplies in levels. levels, as well as earning less money for upgrades at the end of levels, moving slowly is the best option because you will find more items and earn more cash that will allow you to buy further upgrades for your s weapons to buy further upgrades and be able to afford additional cars on the map.
The most common mistake I see in this game is people splitting up and running away just because there’s a [__] chasing you. Especially robots, they don’t respond well to running away, what happens here is that while you’re running, robots will appear above you, and as you continue to run, they’ll be swallowed up by the horde behind you while they desperately try to regroup with you, instead of trying to avoid the horde, the better option is to get into your team, which is how robots are best programmed. These will help you take down these horde, don’t underestimate the usefulness of the box, tip five: try to avoid horde, do your best to avoid horde, move slowly as well, and be especially careful of level alarm doors, snitches, birds and sleepers, if you really need to start a fork in the road, like on a door you can’t get through, or destroy a written lair Then be prepared to know where you are and you will fall back to where there may be a single choke point Places with cars and obstacles are not as effective because you may have many blind spots and the bots will lose sight of the enemy and start shooting after damage has been done, which is too late Tip 6: Use your surroundings Most LEVELs have a lot of supplies that can help you against Some of the larger enemies Usually these come in three forms that can help you kill the tall boys, especially first a portable propane tank that you can shoot to cause a high damage explosion that immediately helps a lot against the tall boys and the poor guys, then we have portable fuel tanks that cause a layer of fire to drain the energy of the calamity. ridden has a slower health drain, but is very effective against normal ridden very effectively, and finally the static fire barrel, which you can see in most levels, is a combination of the two with an instant high damage explosion as well as a lingering layer of fire. Equipment is crucial, here are some tips, be sure to choose a kit, kits have access to the loot room as well as an extra first aid locker, if you are playing with more than one player I would recommend they carry a defibrillator as these can also be great, pills are always the best option