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How To Drop Ammo In Back 4 Blood

In this guide, you'll learn how to drop Ammo in Back 4 Blood.

Back 4 Blood is the ultimate example of how you need to cooperate in order to get past zombies by helping your teammates with ammo drops, item drops and other utilities in-game. Here’s a guide to help you learn how to drop ammo in Back 4 Blood.

How to Drop Ammo in Back 4 Blood


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Head to your inventory and simply left-click the ammo you wish to drop to your teammates in Back 4 Blood. Furthermore, you can also right-click on the ammo if you don’t need it or if you wish to give it to a teammate in need of it. In addition to ammo, you can also drop copper and bandages in B4B. Ensure you aren’t doing this while under attack and are close to or in a safehouse while dropping. Moreover, before you drop your teammate ammo, take a look around to check if there is some of that ammo lying around. The game has ammo for each weapon scattered around the vicinity in plenty.

Inventory Keybinds in B4B


Here are the keys to access your inventory across each of the platforms that the game supports.

Platform  Inventory Access Select Item  Drop Item (Single)  Drop Item (Lot)
PC Tab Mouse Hover Left-Click Right-Click
PS Touchpad  Touchpad swipe R2 X
Xbox View Button (Overlapping boxes button) Joystick Right Trigger A

How to Drop Weapon Attachments in Back 4 Blood


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Back 4 Blood doesn’t allow players to drop weapon attachments in-game. Furthermore, even your own gun can’t be customized with inventory attachments once a match has started. This means if you wish to drop attachments, you’ll have to drop the entire weapon with the attachments. This however gets a slight waiver. When you receive an attachment upgrade in-game, you can swap it out for your current weapon attachment. When you do this, your previous attachment can be dropped.

That’s pretty much all there is to know on how to drop ammo in Back 4 Blood. We hope this guide was of assistance to you. Additionally, here’s a guide to help you get better performance in-game. Follow this guide until you notice better FPS in Back 4 Blood.