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Battlefield Mod

If you’re a fan of the Battlefield series of first-person-shooters, then it’s easy to appreciate the Battlefield Mod for Minecraft 1.6.4/1.7.2/1.7.4/1.7.5. This mod adds plenty of new warzone-related features to the game, including everything from the Scar-L machine gun to vehicles, armor, and camouflage.

After installing the Battlefield Mod for Minecraft, players get to choose which nation they want to represent. They can choose to represent Russia, the United States, China, or ‘Terrorists’. And once they’ve chosen a nation, players decide which character class they want to be. Players can choose to be all of the following classes:

-Engineer Repair Man

-Support Medic

-Assault Gunner

-Recon Sniper

-Terrorist Gunner

After players choose their character, they can create a bunch of new and creative weapons that will help them survive in a warzone filled with enemy players. Those items include:

-Popular Battlefield 3 weapons like the Scar-L, M4, M16, G3, and Knife

-Camouflage dyes that help players blend in to various environments

-Rocket launchers

-Jeeps

-Helmets, boots, leggings, and armor

The mod’s creator, Minecraftingforlife, has big ambitions for the mod. In the official Battlefield Mod forum thread, Minecraftingforlife writes that he hopes the mod becomes as popular as mods like SDK Gun Mod and “other top mods.”

Planned future improvements for the mod include:

-Grenades

-Boats

-Scoped weapons

-More pistols

-Map packs

-Helicopters

-Campaign mode

Whether you’re a fan of Battlefield 3 or you just want to try out one of the most comprehensive war-related Minecraft mods available today, the Battlefield Mod can help. Download it today to try it out for yourself.

How to install Battlefield Mod for Minecraft 1.6.4/1.7.2/1.7.4/1.7.5

Step 1) Download and install Minecraft Forge

Step 2) Download the latest version of the Battlefield Mod from here

Step 3) Open the .minecraft/mods folder and drag and drop the BattlefieldMod.jar file inside that folder

Step 4) Fire up Minecraft and start playing

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