With Battlefield 4 Dragon’s Teeth in full swing for Premium members, players are starting to get their hands on some of the cool new weapons and gadgets that DICE has inserted into the game. We’ve already shown you how to unlock the Deagle 44, MPX and Ballistic Shield, and today we’re going to continue that trend with helping you put the Bulldog Assault Rifle in your hands.
Lions and Tigers and Bears Assignment
Getting the Bulldog unlocked should actually be fairly simple, and for a lot of people, we expect that it might happen without even trying. While you do have to own the Dragon’s Teeth DLC, play a Dragon’s Teeth map and reach rank 10, the assignment criteria are actually fairly simple.
Assuming you meet all of the above requirements, here’s what you need to do.
- While on foot, as Assault, kill 10 Support enemies who are also on foot.
- While on foot, as Assault, kill 10 Engineer enemies who are also on foot.
- While on foot, as Assault, kill 10 Recon enemies who are also on foot.
Note: You should be able to complete the kills on any map in the game, even if it’s not Dragon’s Teeth, but keep in mind, some assignments have proved finicky. If the game isn’t counting your kills on say, Flood Zone, just move back to anything on Dragon’s Teeth.
I’ve Unlocked the Bulldog… Now What?
The Bulldog isn’t a bad Assault Rifle, but we say that without spending an hour digging up every statistic the weapon has to offer. That’s not really our game. Our approach to weapons is about matching a gun to your play style, and the situation you’re faced with.
What we will inform you of, is that the Bulldog is not that much different from the very popular SCAR-H. Don’t get us wrong, they are different weapons, but if you look at the comparison chart on Battlelog, they do match up reasonably well, doing the same amount of damage and having identical ranges. Where they differ, however, is in that the SCAR-H is more accurate, but the Bulldog has a faster Rate of Fire.
That’s where situation and play style take over. The Bulldog isn’t likely the best option to sprint through the halls of Operation Locker, but it is perfect for almost any situation on any of the Dragon’s Teeth maps. It fires fast enough to not to be a liability up close, but it is also capable of putting people down at the medium ranges you’ll often be faced with on Propaganda or Lumphini Garden.
If you’re wondering if this gun is for you, the only true test is to unlock it give it a whirl. If you’re struggling with the infantry combat that Dragon’s Teeth is known for, why not read our Advanced Infantry Tactics?