Battlefield 3 Bipod Guide
The Bipod is one of the primary attachments available and is used
primarily by the Recon class. In this Battlefield 3 Bipod guide, we will be discussing what the Bipod does,
how to unlock it, and what the best times to use it are.
Battlefield 3 Bipod Overview
The Bipod is a primary weapon attachment for Sniper Rifles. It is simply a metal attachment which props up the
Sniper Rifle. What it does is completely eliminates the "drifting" that normally occurs when you zoom in with a
Sniper Rifle. It also reduces kick back when you actually fire a shot.
Sounds great, right? The only catch to using a bipod is that you have to be prone with a flat surface in front
of you to actually use it. This means that you will have to be laying down and typically cannot be directly behind
cover. This also makes it largely impossible to use the bipod when shooting out of the windows of buildings (unless
the ledge is really low or you are shooting higher up in the air.
Unlocking the Battlefield 3 Bipod
The Bipod is one of the first things you unlock when using a Sniper Rifle. Just get a handful of kills with any
Sniper Rifle (that can equip the Bipod) and you will unlock it in no time at all.
Using the Bipod
Since the Bipod requires you to lay down to use it, it does take a little bit of planning to use. However, the
gains from actually using it are well worth it, depending on the map.
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What a lot of players do is when they reach an area with low cover is to actually go prone and then slowly back
up. This will let you get the bipod set up and allow you to back up just enough to get a good angle on your
opponent. Players often do this when engaged in a really tight, narrow area, such as the metro tunnels in Operation
However, the very best players do not rely entirely on the Bipod and only use it when they have to make a really
long shot. If you are at mid-range, you can simply aim, get a head shot, and keep moving. Standing still in an
exposed position, even if you are laying prone, is just an easy way to get killed.
Battlefield 3 Bipod Guide Conclusion
The Bipod is a great attachment as it lets you become a lot more accurate on long distance shots. Just be sure
not to be too dependent on it, as you will not have time to go prone in mid-ranged combat unless you are fighting
over a choke point.
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