Battlefield 3 team strategy

Battlefield 3 team strategy is complex. There’s literally thousands of choices to be made in any given round. Some good, many bad. If you aren’t familiar with BF3 it’s easy to make mistakes and get the team into bad situations. I’m going to write this with teams/clans in mind. I’m sure casual players will also be able to apply some of this.

Battlefield 3 Team Strategy – Maps
Map knowledge is a massive part of BF3 strategy. If you haven’t poked around the map on an empty server you have no business scrimming or matching. It’s not enough to just know where flags and bombsites are. Most fighting wont even take place on the objective.

You’re going to end up fighting before you get it, and after you get it. Most objectives are weak to certain areas. For example lets look at Seine Crossing conquest small.

The most important flag on this map is C. This is because from C you have an easy route to hit every other flag. The capture radius for C is a huge area down on the ground level. Yet holding C flag has nothing to do with the ground level and every thing to do with the C building.

From C building you have a perfect vantage point and a safe place to spawn in squad mates. If you lose C building you will lose C flag even though it’s not in radius.

These are the kind of things you need to think about to be a successful Battlefield 3 team. There are 100s of more objectives like this that I can’t fit into one guide. I hope this example helps you attack/defend your objectives properly.

Battlefield 3 Team Strategy – Communication
Communication is the single biggest factor in any team game. Bad communication will cost you matches. With no voice communication it’s impossible to beat a good team. Once you have a means of voice communication there’s two topics that must be communicated.

Enemy Positions
I can’t even put into words how important this is. Ever seen a frag video on YouTube where some superstar player wipes a whole team? Many of those are set up by team mates with good communication. Every time you die you need to communicate that you’re down and either tell them where the guy is or give a good guess. Don’t whine or complain when you die, communicate the enemy dudes position.

Set Modifications
The enemy positions have been called out. Now what? Respond! Every team needs a loud in-game leader to call modifications. Once you have a decent chunk of information about enemy positions you need to move your team into a good counter spot. If they are pushing all left you don’t want your guys half guarding right and half left. When two good teams play this action will go back and forth until one team breaks. It becomes this complex game of enemy positions spotted, set modifications, they see your position then set their modification, and so on.

Other Talky Stuff
Keeping your team motivated is another useful communication tool. It’s easy for a team to get discouraged when they are down in points and in a bad spot, especially on conquest. You can’t just sit there in the bleed and defend the last flag. Rally your bros and get some sort of attack going. Every attack has a chance at succeeding. It may not be big but it beats getting a guaranteed loss from not pushing at all.

Battlefield 3 Team Strategy – Strats
Strats refer to the opening strategy of a battlefield match. Games like CoD and CS are almost nothing but strats. Those are round based games where you will see a predictable opening game 7-15 times in a match. In Battlefield you only get 2 rounds so you only see 2 openings. After the initial push you have 200+ tickets to play with. Having a good strat is important. However if you mess up or just have a bad strat it’s possible to recover.

The biggest mistake I see is teams having a decent or even very good opening strat then having nothing to back it up once mid game rolls around. What should you do when nothing is predictable and the enemy team can set up anywhere? The answer is to figure out what areas are highly contested or important for taking objectives. These are areas when an enemy must go to move forward so figure out those spots and practice them with your team.

It’s hard to give people set rolls in a battlefield game. The match can change some much in 1 minute. Sometimes it’s good to go engineer and deal with a tank. The next minute you need an assault kit to clear out a flag. The best thing you can do is make sure your team understands what needs to be guarded and what needs to be attacked. Then let them judge what would be best to deal with a specific situation.

I’ve seen good teams go in there and play matches completely by ear. To do that you need a team with lots of Battlefield experience and individual skill. If you don’t have that you need to organize a good opening strat and sub strats for dealing with choke points. Spending time with your team looking at map will pay off come match day.

Average players can come together with good teamwork and communication to make a dangerous competitive team. Most top Battlefield teams aren’t filled with superstars that can slay your whole team on a whim. In Battlefield teamwork trumps skill. A group of average skilled players can come together and become a top 10 BF team if they get communication and teamwork down. It’s a matter of putting time into the maps and not getting discouraged if you lose and lose bad, it will happen. Learn from your mistakes and you will climb the competitive ladder.


BF3 is one of the most complex multiplayer FPS. It has tons of layers, rewarding intelligence and strategy. This game is an information battle. I’ve been addicted for the better part of 8 years and have a massive amount of knowledge on it. If you pinkey swear to join my team I’ll share some of my Battlefield 3 tips and tricks with you.

BF3 Minimap
Information is everything, and nothing yields more than your minimap. If an enemy fires with no suppressor they show up as a red arrow. When guarding flags keep an eye out for a flashing square on your map. The flashing is caused by enemies entering the flag radius. Knowing they are somewhere in radius will give you a slight reaction time advantage. One of the most overlooked uses for the minimap is keeping track of team mates. Getting too grouped up makes you a prime target for mortar strikes and grenades. If there are too many people in one area try to flank.

BF3 vehicles
Clearly vehicles have a large role in bf3. As infantry many of your decisions will be made based on how to best deal with them. The best way to safely get information on enemy vehicles is through spotting. Find an area with good cover, quickly peek out and hit your spot key then fall back. This highlights the tank your minimap. For 15 seconds you will be able to keep track of the tanks movement without being in its line of fire. Usually your best bet is to evade. If you play engineer its a different story. When hunting tanks take them from behind. Not only is it an area most don’t pay attention too, but it’s also the tanks weak point. One well placed rocket from behind disables a tank.

BF3 Map Knowledge
One of the best BF3 tips I can give you is to become familiar with its maps. The fastest route to an objective will always be the most traveled. Typically it will also have the most resistance. The best way to avoid a stalemate is to flank. Take an alternate route around the main action and either kill them from behind or go for the back flag. This is a great way to break down enemy defense and only takes 1 or 2 guys. Whenever you spawn at a flag or bombsite make a mental note of exactly the spot you come in on. You will need to keep an eye on these spots when graying out those flags later.

BF3 Ticket Bleed
Battlefield conquest mode is all about ticket bleed. Holding more flags than your opponents will cause their tickets to decrease. Because of this gambling with your tickets by throwing yourself at a flag can be worth it. Burning off 10-20 tickets is completely worth it if you can take the flag and hold it. You will be able to make up for those tickets with bleed in minutes. Anything to secure ticket bleed is worth it.

Dealing with health and ammo can suck. You rely on teammates with little to no higher brain function for both. Health isn’t too bad, since you slowly regenerate after 15 seconds. Ammo on the other hand is complete crap. The only way to get ammo is through support assholes who are ALWAYS blind as shit. If you aim at a support player and press your spot button it requests ammo, of course they will never see or hear it. To show them the light I suggest using sidearm equipped with a flashlight that’s so bright it probably causes skin cancer.

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Battlefield 3 Clan

What is a Battlefield 3 Clan? I hate the word clan when used in the context of video games. We aren’t Mongol tribes attacking the Roman empire. When you’re talking about groups of people playing together there are 3 main classes.

Gaming Communities

Most people playing Battlefield 3 have no affiliations. Playing by yourself can be frustrating. Battlefield 3 is a team oriented game. Playing with an organized group of people adds a whole new layer to the game. It’s a lot of fun even if your just rolling noobs on public servers.

Gaming Communities
Over the last few years gaming communities have become popular. The difference between a BF3 community and a battlefield 3 clan is size and attitude. Communities tend to be large usually 20-100 people, sometimes even more. They tend to be very lax when it comes to recruiting. If you want to get into competitive BF3 this would be an easy entry point.

They tend not to be super serious when it comes to competition. More than anything they like to play in a semi organized manner and use voice communication. I see communities on leagues and ladders all the time. They normally do okay and tend to have good attitudes when they lose. If you’re a casual player that enjoys teamwork and organization this is where I would look.

Battlefield 3 Clan
Clans are a step up from communities. they tend to be smaller and more organized with rosters of 5-20 people. I started out in a clan many years ago. Like most other clans ours started out with a small group of 5 friends. We recruited players from public servers to fill out an 8vs8 roster. Clans are slightly more selective than communities when it comes to recruiting.

Communities will let just about anyone in who’s mature and isn’t cheating. Clans want to be more competitive. They typically require players to pass a try out. Individual skill isn’t a big sticking point for clans, they just want players who are active. If you do moderately well but show up every night that will get you in. Many talented players start out in clans then move to top level competitive teams.

Battlefield 3 Teams
Teams are groups of players who combine skill and preparation to win matches. Like clans they want players who are very active. They put more emphasis on skill and teamwork. Most top teams are invite only. Meaning you have to catch someones eye with impressive play just to earn a try out. Most players who make it onto teams are recruited out of clans.

When a clan breaks up teams normally come in and cherry pick the best players. Many top players ended up on good teams from this process. If you want to get into competitive gaming clans are where you should start. Starting off with a team can be frustrating even if you pass the try out. Good teams like to play against other good teams and improve. If you don’t have experience it’s hard to keep up. It’s better to start off with a clan to get some organized matches under your belt before joining a team.

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