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Battlefield 4 Dragon’s Teeth – How to Use the RAWR

by Prima Games Staff

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If you’ve had any time at all to play Battlefield 4 Dragon’s Teeth, you’ve likely stumbled upon or been shot by something called the R.A.W.R. This new Battle Pickup is perhaps the most fun in the game, but can also be the most frustrating to use if the circumstances aren’t ideal. Today, we’re going to tell you where you can find the R.A.W.R, as well as share some tips that might help you score a few kills with it.

How Do I Use the R.A.W.R.?

This bad boy is found in Battle Pickups laying around the four new multiplayer maps that came out with Dragon’s Teeth. While we don’t have exact numbers, they spawn in the same place every match. This means that once you find one, you’ll be able to return to that location game after the game to take another crack at it.

For example, if you’re looking at the Conquest Large map of Propaganda, there is a R.A.W.R. in the building near the E objective, and another one near the monument of the A objective. Head to one of those areas and look for an icon that shows a briefcase with a star inside of it. When you approach, an on-screen prompt will inform you of what key or button is required to pick up the R.A.W.R.

Check out this video that shows several locations where you can find this Battle Pickup. We can’t confirm this is all of them, but it’s a great start.

I found the R.A.W.R., now what?

What you have now is basically an EOD Bot that has been knee deep in performance enhancing drugs. It controls like an EOD Bot, which is to say it’s a bit on the wonky side, but it has some pretty amazing firepower.

The first option you have is the machine gun, which comes fully loaded with 600 rounds. The catch is that you can’t just spam an endless amount of fire. This weapons can overheat, much the same way as the mini-guns on the Transport Helicopter. If that happens, give it a second to cool down before you continue.

The second weapon you have, which seems to be somewhat less useful, is a Grenade Launcher. It comes with an ammunition capacity of 12, and can be accessed the same way that you would normally swap between your primary and secondary weapons. Be warned, however, the grenades do very little damage unless you get a direct hit, so make sure you rely heavily on the machine gun and using the grenades for suppression.

Of course, once you’re out of bullets and bombs, it’s time to put the toys away and get back to work.

What is the Benefit of the R.A.W.R.?

Because this Battle Pickup is remote controlled, you can defend or attack without actually putting yourself in danger. If the R.A.W.R. is destroyed, that’s no skin off your back. Basically, as long as somebody doesn’t stumble over your body as you’re hiding in a corner, it’s a completely safe option.

Of course, the other reason you have to use it relates to an assignment. While Remote Operator doesn’t unlock any weapons, it does award players who complete it a unique Dog Tag. So really, you don’t have to use the R.A.W.R., but if you’re an assignment junkie like we are, it’s not optional.

Check out the video above where popular Battlefield YouTube commentator, Matimi0, talks about his love hate relationship with this device of destruction.

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