Back 4 Blood is finally here, sort of. The open beta has allowed us to enjoy some wonderful sections of gameplay in the game that releases in October of this year and we have learned one thing. Not all card systems are terrible. Back 4 Blood implements a new card mechanic that allows players to equip a series of perks and power-ups ahead of setting out on their campaigns. It’s a great system and one that will only become more rich and successful and the game ages.
However, you may not know what the best card are in the initial release. Well, allow us to put your mind at ease and give you all the insight you would possibly need. We have compiled a series of guides to explain what these cards are all about. In this guide we take a look at the card, Pep in your Step.
What is the Pep in your Step Card in Back for Blood?
The Pep in your Step card, as you might have gathered from the self-explanatory name, is a mobility card which allows you to get around the map faster and more efficiently. This card in particular grants a boost to speed of about 10% and lasts for five seconds. However, this can be chained as the effect will only take place when you make a precision kill. So if you rattle off 2 or 3 of these kills, you’ll be able to zoom around for a good portion of time. So it pays to be a marksman with this card equipped.
This card is a good fit for those that like to fight at a medium range. Those that gravitate towards assault rifles and submachine guns will probably get the most out of this card. However, this could also be good for a sniper that likes to play aggressively. So if either of these sound like you, this may be a card that you should experiment with.
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 Pep in your Step 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.