Best cards for your build in Back 4 Blood

Don't forget these cards!

Back 4 Blood has an interesting card system that allows you to get advantages and upgrades. There are a ton of great cards in Back 4 Blood, and it's definitely worth it to spend some time building a few card decks for each character you like to play. Here are the best cards for your build-in Back 4 Blood.

All the cards you can earn in Back 4 Blood helps to know a few good ones to get a basis for a new card deck. We think you should include some cards in every deck and some cards that are great for one character but bad for another.

Related: All Cards in Back 4 Blood

  • Combat Knife - Turns your Bash into a Knife that counts as a Melee weapon.
  • Second Chance  - One extra life and five Health.
  • Two Is One And One Is None - Equip a Primary weapon in your secondary slot.
  • Broadside - Precision Kills have a 20 percent chance to cause Ridden to explode, dealing 15 damage to other Ridden within 4 meters.
  • Confident Killer - When you or your team kills a Mutation, gain one percent damage (up to 15 percent until the end of the level).
  • Patient Hunter - Each second, your ADS increases your Damage by 10 percent (up to three stacks).
  • Breakout - Hold a button to free yourself from Grabs, 50 percent Breakout Cooldown reduction.

So there you have it, our picks for the best cards for your build in Back 4 Blood. Remember, some of these cards work better for some characters than others. For example, Evangelo gets the "Breakout" ability by default, so that card isn't really important for him. Regardless, when facing the undead hordes, these cards will come in handy.

For more Back 4 Blood content, check out Best Weapons and Attachments in Back 4 Blood right here on Pro Game Guides.

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