How to Get Intel Ribbon Battlefield 2042

If you’re struggling with how to get the Intel Ribbon in Battlefield 2042, we’ve got you covered. There are several ways to go about this, and we’ll be covering them in this guide. Once you know what to do, it should be a piece of cake. So, let’s find out how to get the BF2042 Intel Ribbon.

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How to Get Intel Ribbon Battlefield 2042

How to Get Intel Ribbon BF2042 – Battlefield 2042

To get the Intel Ribbon in BF2042, or Battlefield 2042, you have to spot and disrupt enemy forces. Well, that’s a bit vague, so what does it actually mean? Basically, this Ribbon is all about seeing where the enemies are and letting your teammates know about their movements. Their kills then count as assists for you. It’s also about messing with the opposition’s plans. There are several ways to go about all this, so let’s dive in a little bit deeper.

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One way to go about obtaining the Intel Ribbon is by lobbing EMP grenades at enemy helicopters, tanks, and combatants to mess with their vehicles and HUD. Speaking of grenades, you can also throw sensor grenades in the general direction of the opposition; the closer, the better. Afterwards, just move in with your friends and mess them up. That should count towards as spotting enemy forces. Another good way to get the Battlefield 2042 Intel Ribbon is to use Casper’s Recon Drone, which automatically spots every enemy in eighty meters. This earns you 5 XP for spotting and an extra 50 for each marked enemy killed by your team. This also works with Paik’s Prox Sensor.

So, yeah, that’s how you get the BF2042 Intel Ribbon. If you know of any other ways to obtain it that we’ve missed, let us know in the comments. Do remember that the Ribbon has three tiers, which grant you extra XP. Namely, a thousand on the first tier, and five hundred each on the second and third.

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