01-04-2013 09:32 AM - edited 01-04-2013 09:37 AM
I've been trying to play this car recently also. Practice getting the handling down, only use turbo for escapes or when you need to get somewhere extra fast. Stock up on missiles and hit people hard and break off when they try to pursue, be evasive and you will frustrate people trying to target you because they can't catch you. Always look for opportunities to use shockwave in pileups. Cars hit with it catch on fire draining their health even more. Use flamethrower for unsuspecting cars in front of you or on the run with low health don't forget to mash the fire button to send out fireballs while you keep them in the flame, also use it alongside mega bullets for a devastating combination, especially during killstreaks, those are some things I learned playing him so far.
01-04-2013 01:58 PM
Thanks troll I was actually surprised by how well I did with this car, I thought it was completely worthless for deathmatch but the more I play with it I'm starting to get a handle on its playstyle. It's still hard to come out on top against good JYD users because this car is not a brawler but I've been able to do over 2000 damage consistently with it which helps at least keep me in the top 3, something I thought impossible for CF against other good players I'm gonna keep working on him till I get him on the same level as my Meatwagon
01-25-2013 01:00 PM
As a Darkside-Main driver; i must say, a good tip is to Never, EVER get used to slow turning vehicles. I've used the CF for a handful of Nuke modes/interceptions, but i will never get used to its handling.
I suggest really learning how to dodge missles (If you can dodge a wrench, you can dodge a missle), The CF's speed and handling should be enough to dodge most things.
I cannot, for the life of me, get a Point Blank on a car with a CF. So, i suggest learning that too.
Learn to hate the Health-Truck too, and how to dodge traffic.
. . . And how to dance. For **bleep** and giggles.
Good luck, i hope to see you burning up the highway.
-IDontEatBabies. o uo
03-09-2013 07:52 PM
yea, im pretty good with him but i hate the fact that he has a flame thrower for a special cause you got to stay on your opponent to do alot of damage an its not like he has the best armor.
03-10-2013 11:34 PM
If you can get in close and use CF's quick manuever mechanics without being rammed and power missled to death, or point-blanked, you can also be a great distraction that way as well. CF is always better for team play, but need a team that will coordinate with you to take advantage of what a CF can bring to the table.
Try catching people off guard by accurately timing and sliding around corners and point-blanking them - not too many people do this, and it's quite surprising, because you can face your enemy while bypassing their horizontal tracking quickly and avoid most attacks.