When you play games that involve shooting lead into enemies. It’s important to have great surroundings, incredible weapons, characters with unique abilities and of course, enemies that can put up a real fight. Back 4 Blood has all of the above, making this game stand out as one of the finest newcomers to the multiplayer gaming genre.
However, if you haven’t been paying attention, you might not have all the key knowledge about the enemies that you’ll be mowing down when this game drops in October. Well, we want to help and have decided to put together a series of guides to help you get all the info on these creatures before you go toe-to-toe with them. Here is our guide for the Armoured Ridden.
What is the Armoured Ridden In Back 4 Blood?
The armoured Ridden is a variant of the common Ridden enemy type. In terms of body composition, design and behaviour, this enemy is basically the same as the standard type. However, if you have a certain corruption card in play during your campaign, the armoured variant will begin to spawn. These enemies can be a real pain as they have a higher damage threshold than other enemies due to their thick coat of armour.
This means to take down these enemies, you will need to aim for weak points and pick up a stack of precision kills if you want to survive. This means that you’ll have to adapt your approach, aiming for more accuracy and making every bullet count rather than spraying bullets. However, if you are a keen marksman, this wont be an issue for you.
What Other Common Variants are There?
Depending on which corruption cards are in play when you start your campaign, plus the level you currently are. You may be exposed to different types of common enemies on the regular. Here is a list of all the common variants you may encounter within this title:
So that is our guide explaining the Armoured Ridden in Back 4 Blood. What do you make of this guide? Was this helpful and informative for you? Which ridden variant has your shaking in your boots? Let us know in the comments section below and as always, thank you for reading.