Back 4 Blood Hag Fight Strategy: How To Kill Special Ridden Enemies?

Mihir Hate
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The Hag is a unique monster that you will come across in Back 4 Blood. Especially considering the severity of this fight, you can even call it a mini-boss. Apart from that if you’re wondering why it’s called the Hag, I don’t know. Is it creepy and scary? Definitely. However, you will need some tips and tricks to help you in the battle. So, scroll down and find out how to beat the Hag in B4B.

How to defeat the Hag in Back 4 Blood?

Back 4 Blood Hag Fight Strategy: How To Kill Special Ridden Enemies?

To defeat the Hag in B4B you will have to concentrate all your fire on its back. The back has a few lesions which act as weakspots on the Hag. Continuously deal damage to them and you will be able to bring down the Hag with ease.

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However, before you get to this stage there are a few things you should know. The Hag is a zombie that will be easier to defeat when playing multiplayer mode. This is because the Hag tends to chase one particular player. Now, when one teammate is on the run, you can follow behind and unload your ammo on its weakspot.

The Hag in Back 4 Blood is an enemy that relies on sound. So, you don’t have to worry about being spotted. Just make sure that you keep the overall sound to a low. Luckily, no other zombies such as Tallboy or Stinger spawn near the Hag. This will allow you to concentrate on just one huge enemy at a time. Grenades and explosives also bring down the health of this enemy pretty fast.

This is everything that you will need to know about how to fight the Hag in Back 4 Blood. While you are here you can also have a look at Back 4 Blood Nightmare Difficulty Tips & Tricks.

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