Battlefield V Players Are Headbutting Each Other To Death (VIDEO)
Battlefield V features some extremely versatile gameplay, with EA giving players all the tools they need to defeat their opponents and seize victory. It has recently come to light that one such tool involves players using their heads, but not in the way you might think.
Players have begun to notice that there are numerous, diverse animations when attacking opponents in close quarters, depending on the circumstances. One such player has recently shared a small clip over on the Battlefield V Subreddit that features a soldier running up to an enemy and headbutting them to death. Hey, it saves ammo. Check out the clip below:
Admittedly it is interesting to see a player get headbutted to death despite their wearing a helmet, but Battlefield V hasn’t always been the most factually accurate of games, either. That said, at least DICE is offering some flavor in their kill animations rather than a more repetitive, bland approach.
Further down in the same thread, another player has revealed that there are numerous other melee kill animations to discover. This depends on how the victim is laying, standing, or sitting, as well as the direction they are facing compared to the attacking player’s direction. While nobody particularly enjoys being impaled with a shovel, many players are actually enjoying watching the animations, even if they just so happen to be on the receiving end. “I love all the different animations, I was standing by F on hamada today and I got charged by a dude who sunk hit hatchet into the middle of my chest,” said Reddit user Thunderstr. “I went down and all i could think was that was so cool.” Hey, to each their own.
Battlefield V is now available for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
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