Battlefield 4 MI-28 Havoc
The Battlefield 4 MI-28 Havoc is the main attack helicopter for the Russian forces in Battlefield 4 multiplayer. The Mil Mi-28 Havoc is a multipurpose attack helicopter that’s effective against both enemy vehicles and infantry, and even has air to air missiles against enemy aircraft. The Battlefield 4 MI-28 Havoc was first featured in the series in BF2, where it also was the main attack chopper for the Russian faction.
The MI-28 Havoc was first introduced in the late 1980s, but only entered service officially some 20 years later. The main rival to the Battlefield 4 MI-28 Havoc is the US-made AH-1Z Viper. While the Viper is more agile in the air, the Havoc is better armored and features a more powerful canon. By comparison, the Chinese WZ-10 attack helicopter is somewhere in the middle.
Battlefield 4 MI-28 Havoc stats
The MI-28 Havoc in Battlefield 4 is somewhat slower than its main rival, the AH-1Z Viper. However, it’s better armored than the Viper, and is more effective against enemy infantry on the ground. It uses the same, powerful 30 mm canon found on the BMP-2 and BTR-90 APCs.
- Top speed: 320 km/h
- Pilot weapons: rocket pods, air to air missiles
- Gunner weapons: 30 mm cannon, TV-missiles, guided missiles
- Countermeasures: Flares, ECM jammers, Stealth
Battlefield 4 MI-28 Havoc tips
The Battlefield 4 MI-28 Havoc is a slower attack helicopter, but offers great firepower against ground units. It’s especially effective against infantry on the ground, making it a great helicopter for defending positions. Like the other helicopters, the MI-28 is vulnerable against AA like the LAV-AD and the Stinger missile.
Battlefield 4 MI-28 Havoc unlocks
The MI-28 Havoc features the same unlocks as the Viper and the AH-64 Apache, which includes air to air missiles against enemy aircraft, guided and TV missiles against enemy vehicles. It also features an array of countermeasure unlocks such as flares and stealth, which makes it harder to lock on for enemy AA.
MI-28 Havoc in real life: