I was just wondering if there is any advantage to selecting the tugs over the mav.  As far as I can tell, if you just put the mav down somewhere it acts just like the tugs, yet is obviously mush more versatile - take a place of cover and you can spot the whole enemy team, even kill a few of them (yes I do kill the odd player with the mav, but overwhelmingly I use it to spot, or sometimes as a motion sensor).

Does anyone prefer the tugs? Why?


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Step into their motion area then immediately double back out. Sit and wait.. you'll see the refuse of BF ooze out of their hiding spot soon enough. they totally freak out and go berserk if anyone trips their motion sensors

Tactical Unattended Ground Sensor- Great for ensuring you don't get surprised by enemies nearby, and can be placed to better fortify a tactical/key position.


Mobile Air Vehicle- Covers more of the field, destroys equipment, distracts the enemy, good for knocking out an enemy that's causing issues for the team, etc.

I like to have TUGS but not in Battlefield.For Battlefield would be the SOFLAM > everything else.Or just be a more useful class?

I have started using the tugs. Place it down while capping, pick it after, and relocate. Works pretty well.

T-ugs is smaller. kinda harder to find for the enemy. although u can fly the mav somewhere out of reach. dunno if there is any difference in radius or whatever but id think mav is way to go unless u want an easy deploy when ur rushing or something that the enemy wont see immediately and destroy. meh

Both are for noobs. It makes no difference

Sure, agreed. but I like figuring ways around these turds so I can knife them .

How is it an issue anyway? I really never get any problems with T-UGS or MAV, you might get annoyed once or twice by the MAV, but the motion sensor means squat to me. Don't care about it. ^^

this vs. this.....doesn't look like an even fight to me.....kinda one sided

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