Back 4 Blood Marked For Death Card Guide

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Back 4 Blood Marked For Death Card Guide

Back 4 Blood is the new kid on the block when zombies are concerned, offering gameplay and an art style and an overall format that is very similar to popular title of yesteryear, Left 4 Dead. This game tries to set itself apart from it’s inspiration with a number of features though, such as a cool new narrative, new weapons, new enemies, new characters and most notably, a card system which is implemented seamlessly to make this a Roguelike experience.

This card system allows you to equip perks and pitfalls that offer things to make life easier or harder for you within the campaign. It’s an excellent approach and one the fans have really taken to. However, what are the cards in question we hear you ask. Well, we have created a series of guides to help you absorb all that knowledge before this game releases in October. In this guide we look at the Marked for Death card.

What is the Marked For Death Card in Back 4 Blood?

The Marked for Death card is a utility card within the B4B series. This allows players to make use of the ping system made famous by Apex Legends, offering a boost for using it tactically. If you ping an enemy using this mechanic, this is essentially marking this enemy for death. When you do this, you and your team will receive a 10% damage bonus against this specific enemy.

B4B Marked For Death Utility

This card is an excellent lead card and is great for loads of situations. This will offer a permanent 10% damage bonus against boss enemies until you beat them. Plus, if you are playing with a good team of communicators, this skill will allow you to cut through stronger enemies in a fraction of the time. However, if playing on single player, we wouldn’t rely on this one as the AI wont always play ball.

How Do I Earn Cards in Back For Blood?

The player earns cards in Back for Blood by completing supply lines. This is basically like a battle pass that a player can use to obtain new cards so long as they complete campaigns and earn XP to do so. Players can speed up this progress by using corruption cards that offer extra rewards but also make the action much more difficult throughout the campaign. So if you want to expand your basic card deck, get out there and complete some levels.

What is the Relevance of the Top Card?

Your leading card in the Back 4 Blood card deck is your most important card. Unlike the other cards in this deck, this card will be active for your entire campaign. So make sure that you choose a particularly powerful card that is conducive to your overall playstyle.

So that is our quick guide explaining the Marked for Death card in Back 4 Blood. What did you make of this guide? Was this helpful and informative for you? Which card on the roster has caught your eye? Let us know in the comments section below and as always, thank you for reading.


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Ben Kemp

Ben Kemp

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