Battlefield 3 INVR Guide
The Battlefield 3 INVR is an infrared optic attachment for weapons in
Battlefield 3. This attachment is very situational, ranging giving you a huge advantage to a huge disadvantage
depending on the map you are playing on.
In this BF3 INVR guide, we will be covering both of these situations so you know when (and when not) to use the
INVR. We will also be going over the best strategies for using it.
Battlefield 3 INVR - What is it?
The INVR is an equippable optic "scope" for your weapons. When you hold down the sights with this equipped, you
get no magnification but rather all players that you have line of sight (LoS) are lit up in yellow. It is very
distinct as everything else takes on a green hue.
The downside to using the INVR is that your aim will drift a bit, much like using a Rifle scope. You can reduce
this somewhat by holding down the sprint button.
BF3 INVR Guide - Top Strategies
The best part about the INVR is that it completely removes the shrouding effects of things like foliage (plants,
bushes, etc) as well as smoke. It also will help you spot people who just have a small body part sticking out or
are not moving, which otherwise would be hard to see. It cannot see through walls.
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As a result, any map which features a lot of foliage is a great map to use the INVR. Caspian Border springs to
mind for Team Deathmatch, as does the initial portion of Operation Metro in rush mode.
This scope highlights everyone laying down in the bushes, making them easy targets. You also want to use this
yourself when you are laying down in the bushes. This makes the INVR doubly effective because you can see out much
better than other players can see in.
Another good strategy for using this weapon is to get on a roof with a high vantage point. Zoom in with the INVR
and just start making every player. If you can see the whole map, you can mark practically the entire opposite
team. While you do not get a huge score from this, your team will utterly decimate the other team since everyone
will know where they are.
The best part about this is that if you do not fire any shots and remain concealed, it is hard for the other
team to even notice you are marking them off, so you can get away with little to no deaths and just mark all sorts
Battlefield 3 INVR Guide - When Not to Use
While the INVR is a great sight, it does have some downsides - namely that the scope drifts much like a Rifle
Scope. This makes it very hard to use in close-quarters combat. If you hold down the sights and try to fire off a
stream of bullets, the drift + kickback will throw everything off.
I recommend adding on a laser sight and foregrip to help keep the drift under control, which helps negate the
drift for shooting moderate distances (it is not accurate for long distances regardless due to lack of zoom).
You will want to just mark players that are too far away as taking them out is not going to happen unless they
sit there and let you slowly chip away at their health.
Try to avoid close quarters combat entirely unless you are the one sneaking up on your opponent. You should also
hold down the sprint button when firing as this will help steady the scope (but will not completely steady it).
Battlefield 3 INVR Strategy Guide
By following these strategies, you can really make the most out of your INVR. Be sure to only use it on maps
with a lot of foliage that players are hiding in. It is not nearly as useful on city-style maps where players do
not have much visual concealment.
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