Beginner's guide Back 4 Blood, our tips for getting started

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Our articles on Back 4 Blood Beginner's guide Back 4 Blood, our advice for a good start Back 4 Blood is a survival and shooting game that will be released shortly and in order to best approach your first hours of play, we give you some tips.

Back 4 Blood comes out this Tuesday, October 12 on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X and Xbox Series and in order to best approach your first hours of play, we give you some tips and tricks.

These tips will cover many gameplay points and it will be advisable to follow them if you want to have a chance of survival.

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Our tips and tricks for a good start in Back 4 Blood

Back 4 Blood is a shooting and survival game that will take up some Left 4 Dead mechanics and to start your first hours of the game as well as possible, we give you some tips and tricks.

Be flexible

If you don't play with your friends, remember to be flexible and not try to focus on one person of the game. We of course recommend that you choose a character based on what your team lacks.

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Choose your cards wisely

It will be very important to choose your cards based on you on the role of your character. Do not try to take cards giving you, for example, a bonus in ammunition if you play Hoffman who can generate it by eliminating enemies. So be attentive to the talents of your teammates, but also of your character in order to choose the best possible deck.

stay together

This may seem like a bit basic advice, but in order to have a better chance of survival, it will be important that you get together. Also think to be placed effectively with in particular a melee character or a little resistant in the front like Evangelo or Holly and the support characters in the back.

Don't shoot your teammates

In-game friendly fire will be enabled, so don't try to shoot at all costs otherwise you risk killing your allies more quickly and especially that your team is eliminated by the infected.

Don't be stingy

Some players will no doubt be tempted toaccumulate as many copper coins as possible, but it could cost the failure of your mission. If you see that some players on your team are less well equipped, feel free to buy equipment for them in order to ensure the survival of your group. The same goes for healing and ammunition, don't try to keep them just for yourself!

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Manage care

During the missions, you will have from time to time fights of larger scales than others. So manage your healing items and especially to check that others are not around before using them to heal a teammate whose health is relatively low. Also remember not to use healing if your teammate's health is not below 50%.

Develop a strategy

It will be important tohave a plan before heading into a new area. Some players will probably have a little more experience and know the environment you are about to discover better. So think about discussing together via voice or written chat in order to talk about the way forward and especially for choose equipment required from the seller.

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