Der Engineer im Detail




Battlefield 3

Der Engineer im Profil:

In Battlefield 3 kommen viele Fahrzeuge zum Einsatz – und die stellen nicht nur eine große Gefahr für das feindliche Team dar, sondern sind oftmals auch von allerhöchster Bedeutung für das eigene Team. Ein Kampfhubschrauber allein kann den Unterschied zwischen Sieg und Niederlage ausmachen – und wenn der Kampfhubschrauber eben kaputt ist, dann muss er repariert werden. Umgekehrt muss ein feindlicher Kampfhubschrauber beispielsweise möglichst schnell heruntergeholt werden, bevor er schwere Verwüstungen anrichten kann. Das ist die Aufgabe des Engineers – er ist der freundliche Mann mit der Bazooka.

Die Ausrüstung des Engenieers:

Der Engineer setzt in Battlefield 3 auf Maschinenpistolen, Fahrzeugminen und Raketenwerfer. Verbündete Fahrzeuge repariert er mit einem Schraubenschlüssel auf dem Schlachtfeld. ————————————————————————————————————————–

Die Waffen im Überblick

————————————————————————————————————————– UMP-45 The German made UMP-45, short for “Universal Machine Pistol”, is a widely used sub-machine gun in the world, and is popular among police and anti-terror forces. It’s been a popular SMG in various Battlefield games and will return in Battlefield 3. AKS-74U The AKS 74U, based on the AK-47 with a shorter barrel and lighter construction, is the main carbine for the Russian special forces. It was featured in BF2 and two Bad Company games, and will reappear in Battlefield 3 as the main carbine of the Russian/Middle East forces. FN SCAR-L/H The FN SCAR-L/H is a silenced, fully automatic carbine rifle first introduced in the Special Forces expansion for Battlefield 2, and has since appeared in two bad Company games. The gun is expected to make a return in Battlefield 3 as an unlock. UZI The Israeli made, popular SMG is used around the world, both among law enforcement and criminals. It was introduced in 1950 and has been in use ever since. It has been featured as an unlock in several Battlefield games, a role it’s set to reprise in Battlefield 3. FN P90/TNR The FN P90/TNR was introduced in 1990 and is a popular submachine gun among special forces and anti-terrorism groups. It is used throughout the world in armies, police and SWAT forces. The FN P90 was previously featured in Battlefield 3, and will return in Battlefield 3. MP7 The Heckler & Koch MP7 is a personal defense weapon with a new and more powerful 4.6x30mm cartridge designed to penetrate body armor. The MP7 was developed by HK and officially entered service in 2001. It has entered service in limited use among a few countries in the world, including Norway and England. The MP7 was first featured in Battlefield 2 and will return in Battlefield 3. M4 Carbine The M4 carbine was introduced in 1997 and is a smaller, lighter version of the M16A2. The M4 is widely used among armies in the Western World, including the US, UK, Canada, and others. The M4 was first featured in Battlefield 2, and will return as an unlock in Battlefield 3. A-91 The A-91 is a Russian-made bullpup-style carbine rifle with an integrated 40mm grenade launcher. It’s still in the testing stages in use at various Russian armed forces. It’s the first the time the A-91 will be featured in a Battlefield game with Battlefield 3. PP2000 The PP2000 is a Russian-made submachine gun designed for close quarter combat for police and special forces. It was featured in Battlefield Bad Company 2 and will return in Battlefield 3.

The Engenieer in detail


The Engenieer in profile:

In Battlefield 3 are many vehicles are used – and not only pose a great threat to the enemy team, but are often also of paramount importance for the own team. A helicopter gunship alone can make the difference between victory and defeat – and if the fight is broken up helicopter, then it must be repaired.

Conversely, an enemy can attack helicopter, for example, brought down as quickly as possible, before it can cause severe devastation. That is the task of Engineers – he’s the friendly man with the bazooka.

The equipment of Engenieers:

The engineer sets in Battlefield 3 on machine guns, tank mines and rocket launchers. Allied vehicles he repaired with a wrench on the battlefield. ————————————————————————————————————————–

The weapons at a glance

————————————————————————————————————————– UMP-45 The German made UMP-45, short for “Universal Machine Pistol”, is a widely used sub-machine gun in the world, and is popular among police and anti-terror forces. It’s been a popular SMG in various Battlefield games and will return in Battlefield 3. AKS-74U The AKS 74U, based on the AK-47 with a shorter barrel and lighter construction, is the main carbine for the Russian special forces. It was featured in BF2 and two Bad Company games, and will reappear in Battlefield 3 as the main carbine of the Russian/Middle East forces. FN SCAR-L/H The FN SCAR-L/H is a silenced, fully automatic carbine rifle first introduced in the Special Forces expansion for Battlefield 2, and has since appeared in two bad Company games. The gun is expected to make a return in Battlefield 3 as an unlock. UZI The Israeli made, popular SMG is used around the world, both among law enforcement and criminals. It was introduced in 1950 and has been in use ever since. It has been featured as an unlock in several Battlefield games, a role it’s set to reprise in Battlefield 3. FN P90/TNR The FN P90/TNR was introduced in 1990 and is a popular submachine gun among special forces and anti-terrorism groups. It is used throughout the world in armies, police and SWAT forces. The FN P90 was previously featured in Battlefield 3, and will return in Battlefield 3. MP7 The Heckler & Koch MP7 is a personal defense weapon with a new and more powerful 4.6x30mm cartridge designed to penetrate body armor. The MP7 was developed by HK and officially entered service in 2001. It has entered service in limited use among a few countries in the world, including Norway and England. The MP7 was first featured in Battlefield 2 and will return in Battlefield 3. M4 Carbine The M4 carbine was introduced in 1997 and is a smaller, lighter version of the M16A2. The M4 is widely used among armies in the Western World, including the US, UK, Canada, and others. The M4 was first featured in Battlefield 2, and will return as an unlock in Battlefield 3. A-91 The A-91 is a Russian-made bullpup-style carbine rifle with an integrated 40mm grenade launcher. It’s still in the testing stages in use at various Russian armed forces. It’s the first the time the A-91 will be featured in a Battlefield game with Battlefield 3. PP2000 The PP2000 is a Russian-made submachine gun designed for close quarter combat for police and special forces. It was featured in Battlefield Bad Company 2 and will return in Battlefield 3.