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{{See|For Assignments available to Battlefield Premium members, see [[Battlefield 3 Premium Assignments]]}}
 
{{See|For Assignments available to Battlefield Premium members, see [[Battlefield 3 Premium Assignments]]}}
   
Assignments are a feature in ''[[Battlefield 3]]'' that reward players with additional content upon completion and were first introduced in the ''[[Back to Karkand]]'' expansion. The release of downloadable content has resulted in a total of 40 assignments (10 ''Back to Karkand'', ''Close Quarters'' and ''Aftermath'', 5 ''Armored Kill'' and ''End Game''.)
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'''Assignments''' are a feature in ''[[Battlefield 3]]'' that reward players with additional content upon completion and were first introduced in the ''[[Back to Karkand]]'' expansion. The release of downloadable content has resulted in a total of 40 assignments (10 ''Back to Karkand'', ''Close Quarters'' and ''Aftermath'', 5 ''Armored Kill'' and ''End Game''.)
   
 
==Back to Karkand==
 
==Back to Karkand==
 
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*[[L85A2]]
 
*[[L85A2]]
 
|Reference to the YouTube star FPS Russia, and his claim to being qualified to handle big guns and explosives, as he is a "Professional Russian". He also made a video using a L85A2.
 
|Reference to the YouTube star FPS Russia, and his claim to being qualified to handle big guns and explosives, as he is a "Professional Russian". He also made a video using a L85A2.
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*[[L96]]
 
*[[L96]]
 
|Reference to the song "Creeping Death" by Metallica
 
|Reference to the song "Creeping Death" by Metallica
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|[[File:Shepard.jpg|100px]]
 
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*Set Us Up The Bomb
 
*Set Us Up The Bomb
 
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* Commander Shepard from Mass Effect
 
 
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|[[File:Set Us Up The Bomb.jpg|100px]]
 
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|Complete Shepard
 
|Complete Shepard
 
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*20 Underslung Grendade Launcher Kills
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*15 Hand Grenade Kills
 
*15 Hand Grenade Kills
 
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*[[SCAR-L]]
 
*[[SCAR-L]]
 
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*Reference to the European Sega Mega Drive version of the video game Zero Wing. "Somebody Set Up Us The Bomb" is another poorly translated line from the game's intro. *Kills with the M26 MASS and 40mm Dart count towards the necessary grenade launcher kills
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*Reference to the European Sega Mega Drive version of the video game ''Zero Wing''. "Somebody Set Up Us The Bomb" is another poorly translated line from the game's intro.
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''[[Armored Kill]]'' introduced five new assignments which were revealed on September 3, 2012. Since the pack contains no new weapons, the assignments unlock vehicle specializations and, unlike most assignments in other expansions, can only be completed on the respective maps.
 
''[[Armored Kill]]'' introduced five new assignments which were revealed on September 3, 2012. Since the pack contains no new weapons, the assignments unlock vehicle specializations and, unlike most assignments in other expansions, can only be completed on the respective maps.
   
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|[[File:Explosive Danger Battlelog Icon.jpg|100px]]
 
|[[File:Explosive Danger Battlelog Icon.jpg|100px]]
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*Play on the phrase "sticks and stones will break your bones, but words will never hurt you," and the fact that early crossbow bolts used "sticks and stones" in construction.
 
*Play on the phrase "sticks and stones will break your bones, but words will never hurt you," and the fact that early crossbow bolts used "sticks and stones" in construction.
*Likely reference to Albert Einstein - "I know not with what weapons World War III will be fought, but World War IV will be fought with sticks and stones."
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*Likely reference to Albert Einstein's quote - "I know not with what weapons World War III will be fought, but World War IV will be fought with sticks and stones."
 
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|[[File:This Is My Boom Stick Battlelog Icon.jpg|100px]]
 
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|[[File:Squeezing The Trigger Dog Tag.png|100px|Squeezing The Trigger]]
 
|[[File:Squeezing The Trigger Dog Tag.png|100px|Squeezing The Trigger]]
 
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*Reference to infamous line in the film, Army of Darkness.
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*Reference to infamous line in the film, ''Army of Darkness''.
*Dogtag image a possible reference to The Terminator (1984) when T800 assaults the police station armed with a SPAS-12 and AR-18.
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*Dogtag image a possible reference to film ''The Terminator'' (1984) when T800 assaults the police station armed with a SPAS-12 and AR-18.
 
*Before Patch 1.09, the image of the soldier in the "Squeezing The Trigger" dog tag occupied the whole dog tag. Afterwards, its size has been reduced so it looks the other left side dog tags.
 
*Before Patch 1.09, the image of the soldier in the "Squeezing The Trigger" dog tag occupied the whole dog tag. Afterwards, its size has been reduced so it looks the other left side dog tags.
 
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*[[Balanced Bolt]] for XBOW
 
*[[Balanced Bolt]] for XBOW
 
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*The assignment's name bears resemblance to the visual representation of the term camping. The symbol is a tent, symbolic of camping in real life.
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*The assignment's name bears resemblance to the visual representation of the video game term camping. The symbol is a tent, symbolic of camping in real life.
 
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*High Explosive Bolt for XBOW
 
*High Explosive Bolt for XBOW
 
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*Possible reference to the Meet the Demoman promotional video of the game Team Fortress 2 where a character is asked what makes him a good Demoman.
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*Possible reference to the Meet the Demoman promotional video of video game ''Team Fortress 2'', where a character is asked what makes him a good Demoman.
 
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''[[End Game]]'' introduced five new assignments which were revealed on March 1, 2013 Battlefield Blog post. While all five assignments pertain to unlocking dog tags, one allows the player to unlock the M1911 S-TAC, a variant of the M1911 with both a Tactical Flashlight and a Suppressor attached.
 
''[[End Game]]'' introduced five new assignments which were revealed on March 1, 2013 Battlefield Blog post. While all five assignments pertain to unlocking dog tags, one allows the player to unlock the M1911 S-TAC, a variant of the M1911 with both a Tactical Flashlight and a Suppressor attached.
   
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*Kill an enemy soldier with airdropped IFV
*Destroy a transport vehicle
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*Destroy a transport vehicle with airdropped IFV
*Destroy an enemy IFV
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*Destroy an enemy IFV with airdropped IFV
 
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For Assignments available to Battlefield Premium members, see Battlefield 3 Premium Assignments


Assignments are a feature in Battlefield 3 that reward players with additional content upon completion and were first introduced in the Back to Karkand expansion. The release of downloadable content has resulted in a total of 40 assignments (10 Back to Karkand, Close Quarters and Aftermath, 5 Armored Kill and End Game.)

Back to KarkandEdit

Tier 1Edit

Image Name Unlocked Criteria Reward Notes
FAMAS Assignment Best Friend Forever Default B2K
  • FAMAS
  • Professional Russian
G53 Assignment Fixing It Default B2K
  • G53
  • It Goes Boom!
QBB-95 Assignment Let It Rain Default B2K
QBU-88 Assignment Specops Default B2K
PP-19 Assignment Familiar Territory Default B2K

Tier 2Edit

Image Name Unlocked Criteria Reward Notes
L85A2 Assignment Professional Russian Complete Best Friend Forever Reference to the YouTube star FPS Russia, and his claim to being qualified to handle big guns and explosives, as he is a "Professional Russian". He also made a video using a L85A2.
QBZ-95B Assignment It Goes Boom! Complete Fixing It
Keep.Your.head.down Keep Your Head Down Complete Let It Rain
L96 Assignment Creeping Death Complete Specops
  • 50 Headshots
  • 50 Spot Assists
  • 5 Knife Takedowns
Reference to the song "Creeping Death" by Metallica
MK3A1 Assignment Scarred Veteran Complete Familiar Territory The assignment icon says that the MK3A1 fires the 5.56mm NATO round when it actually the 12 gauge shotgun round.

Close QuartersEdit

Close Quarters introduced ten new assignments and were revealed through the June Maintenance of Battlelog.

Tier 1Edit

Image Name Unlocked Criteria Reward Notes
Shepard Shepard Default CQ
  • 10 Squad Revives
  • 30 Assault Rifle Kills
Done Fixing Done Fixing Default CQ
  • The assignment illustration contains a typo, stating that the ACW-R carries 100 rounds in its magazine, despite only holding 26+1 rounds.
  • Name likely related to the Fixing It assignment.
No Shortage No Shortage Default CQ
  • 20 Squads Resupplys
  • 20 Kills with LMGs
Team Player Team Player Default CQ
  • 10 T-UGS Assists
  • Capture 20 Flags
These Hurt Too These Hurt Too Default CQ

Tier 2Edit

Image Name Unlocked Criteria Reward Notes
Set Us Up The Bomb Set Us Up The Bomb Complete Shepard
  • 20 Underslung Grenade Launcher Kills
  • 15 Hand Grenade Kills
  • Reference to the European Sega Mega Drive version of the video game Zero Wing. "Somebody Set Up Us The Bomb" is another poorly translated line from the game's intro.
  • Kills with the M26 MASS and 40mm Dart count towards the necessary grenade launcher kills.
My Own Terminator My Own Terminator Complete Done Fixing
Point Blank Point Blank Complete No Shortage
  • 10 C4 Kills
  • 10 Knife Takedowns
Bullet Point Bullet Point Complete Team Player
  • 50 Sniper Rifle Kills
  • Win 3 Rounds of Conquest Domination
Hold The Trigger Hold the Trigger Complete These Hurt Too

Armored KillEdit

Armored Kill introduced five new assignments which were revealed on September 3, 2012. Since the pack contains no new weapons, the assignments unlock vehicle specializations and, unlike most assignments in other expansions, can only be completed on the respective maps.

Image Name Unlocked Criteria Reward Notes
Explosive Danger Battlelog Icon Explosive Danger Default AK
Need Repair Battlelog Icon Need Repair Default AK
  • Repair 20 Friendly Vehicles
Wired Attack Battlelog Icon Wired Attack Default AK
Rocket Specialist Battlelog Icon Rocket Specialist Default AK
  • 10 Mobile Artillery Kills
Anti-Air Support Battlelog Icon Anti-Air Support Default AK

AftermathEdit

Aftermath introduced ten new assignments that were revealed on November 20, 2012 through maintenance on Battlelog. These pertain to the expansion's new weapon, the XBOW, and dog-tags.

Tier 1Edit

Image Name Unlocked Criteria Reward Notes
Archery 101 Battlelog Icon Archery 101 Default AM
  • 5 Xbow Kills
  • Old School Dogtag
  • William Tell
Sticks And Stones Battlelog Icon Sticks and Stones Default AM
  • XBOW
  • This Is My Boomstick
  • All XBOW Related Assignments
  • Play on the phrase "sticks and stones will break your bones, but words will never hurt you," and the fact that early crossbow bolts used "sticks and stones" in construction.
  • Likely reference to Albert Einstein's quote - "I know not with what weapons World War III will be fought, but World War IV will be fought with sticks and stones."
This Is My Boom Stick Battlelog Icon This Is My Boom Stick Default AM
  • 50 Carbine Kills
  • 50 Assault Rifle Kills
Squeezing The Trigger Dog Tag
  • Reference to infamous line in the film, Army of Darkness.
  • Dogtag image a possible reference to film The Terminator (1984) when T800 assaults the police station armed with a SPAS-12 and AR-18.
  • Before Patch 1.09, the image of the soldier in the "Squeezing The Trigger" dog tag occupied the whole dog tag. Afterwards, its size has been reduced so it looks the other left side dog tags.
Go Play Close Quarters Battlelog Icon Go Play Close Quarters Complete Sticks and Stones
  • Cumulative Total of 150 meters headshots with Sniper Rifles.
  • Cumulative Total of 150 meters headshots with Assault Rifles.
  • Cumulative Total of 150 meters headshots with Carbines.
  • 7x Scope for XBOW
  • Reference to the Close Quarters Expansion
Riding Shotgun Battlelog Icon Riding Shotgun Default AM Grease Monkey Dog Tag
  • The Monkey Wrench is an adjustable wrench used for much heavier tasks that a normal wrench is too weak for.

Tier 2Edit

Image Name Unlocked Criteria Reward Notes
William Tell Battlelog Icon William Tell Complete Archery 101
  • Cumalative Total of 150 Meters headshots with XBOW
  • 50 XBOW Kills
William Tell Dog Tag
  • Reference to William Tell, a Swiss folk hero and expert with the crossbow who was told to have shot an apple on his son's head.
It Is Ok To Thank Me Battlelog Icon It Is Ok To Thank Me Complete Sticks and Stones
  • 20 Spot Assists
  • Designate 10 Vehicles
  • 1 Designated Assist
Stay Away From My Tent Battlelog Icon Stay Away From My Tent Complete Sticks and Stones
  • 50 Sniper Rifle Kills
  • 10 Handgun Headshots
  • The assignment's name bears resemblance to the visual representation of the video game term camping. The symbol is a tent, symbolic of camping in real life.
A Good Demo Man Battlelog Icon A Good Demo Man Complete Sticks and Stones
  • 5 Hand Grenade Kills
  • 5 Underslung Grenade Kills
  • 5 C4 Kills
  • High Explosive Bolt for XBOW
  • Possible reference to the Meet the Demoman promotional video of video game Team Fortress 2, where a character is asked what makes him a good Demoman.
On Top Of The Richter Scale Battlelog Icon On Top Of the Richter Scale Default AM Quake Survivor Dog Tag
  • The Richter Scale is a scale that is used to assign a magnitude number to an earthquake depending on how powerful it was.

End GameEdit

End Game introduced five new assignments which were revealed on March 1, 2013 Battlefield Blog post. While all five assignments pertain to unlocking dog tags, one allows the player to unlock the M1911 S-TAC, a variant of the M1911 with both a Tactical Flashlight and a Suppressor attached.

Image Name Unlocked Criteria Reward Notes
BF3 EG Defender of the Earth Battlelog Icon Defender of the Earth Default EG
  • Destroy 5 Air Vehicles using the AA jeeps.
BF3 EG Fly Swatter Dog Tag
BF3 EG Scar Spangled Banner Battlelog Icon Scar Spangled Banner Default EG
  • Return 5 flags in Capture the Flag
  • Capture 2 flags in Capture the Flag
  • Win 1 round of Capture the Flag.
  • Standard Bearer Dogtag
BF3 EG Fatal Drop Battlelog Icon Fatal Drop Default EG
  • Kill an enemy soldier with airdropped IFV
  • Destroy a transport vehicle with airdropped IFV
  • Destroy an enemy IFV with airdropped IFV
BF3 EG Look Up Dog Tag
BF3 EG Road Warrior Battlelog Icon Road Warrior Complete Defender of the Earth, Scar Spangled Banner, and Fatal Drop
  • Destroy 20 vehicles
  • Get a road kill with the Dirt Bike
BF3 EG Road Warrior Dog Tag A reference to the Mad Max series of films.
BF3 EG All About Precision Battlelog Icon All About Precision Complete Road Warrior
  • 20 Pistol Headshots

BF3 EG M1911 S-TAC Dog Tag

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