CQ Assignments: RECON




  • 10 T-UGS sssists
  • Capture 20 flags

Rewards: M417

10 motion assists I’m pretty sure we’ve done this before.. I will probably give you the same tips. Classic maps like Operation Metro or Grand Bazaar, the busiest point is B. Putting a motion sensor in this area will easily get you the assists in one game.

Capturing 20 flags is an easy mission. Especially while playing Conquest Domination. You capture the flags more quickly than you do in normal conquest. And you are busy running around to the next flag that was lost. A 500% CQD match will probably take as long as a normal conquest game, but with a dozen more flag attacker ribbons. You can probably achieve this in one 500% game.




  • 50 Kills with sniper rifles
  • Win 3 rounds of Conquest Domination

Rewards: JNG-90

Now if you’ve finished the first Recon CQ assignment quickly, then the 50 kills with a sniper rifle  can already be adding up from the Premium Dog Tags assignments. So you shouldn’t have much left to kill if you’ve timed it right. If you didn’t, and already done your L96 kills, try using a semi auto rifle with iron sites or quick scope. You’ll get these much easier, and you’ll be on your way to a sniper rifle medal.

3 CQD Wins isn’t much, but then again it seems completely random if you’ll win or not. If you stop to defend a flag, then the enemy will probably be busy taking another one.  While killing will help decrease tickets and win these games, to drain the tickets at a faster rate, your team has to keep position for as long as possible.


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Battlenoobs was created primarily for the beginners in the battlefield who may not have experience with the Battlefield franchises, or FPS in general. While most of the information is basic and targeted at console users, I hope to add some tips and strategies for advanced players as well. Any inaccuracies that you may come across in this blog are result of a game patch.
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