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A hit marker or hitmarker is a visual cue that tells the player that they scored a hit and damaged an enemy with a projectile or explosion from their weapon, a vehicle's weapon or an explosive device.

Hit markers have appeared in all Battlefield games.

Battlefield 1942 and Battlefield VietnamEdit

In Battlefield 1942 and Battlefield Vietnam, hitmarkers are represented by four separate diagonal lines on the crosshairs as the bullets reached their intended target.

Battlefield 2Edit

Hit Markers make another appearance in Battlefield 2. They were represented by an "X" on the crosshairs as a projectile or explosion hit an enemy.

Battlefield 2142Edit

Hit Markers are represented in Battlefield 2142 by a semi-circle or full circle (depending on the weapon and if aiming or not aiming) below/around the crosshairs.

Battlefield: Bad CompanyEdit

Hit Markers are shown as a red semi-circle below the exact center of the crosshairs in Battlefield: Bad Company. They appear in both the single player and multiplayer modes of the game.

Battlefield 1943Edit

Hit Markers in Battlefield 1943 are similar to that of Battlefield: Bad Company.

Battlefield: Bad Company 2Edit

Hit Markers in Battlefield: Bad Company 2 were originally supposed to be similar to that of Battlefield: Bad Company and Battlefield 1943. In the final release however, hit markers are instead represented by a white "X" in the middle of the crosshairs.

Hit Markers appear in all difficulties of the single player campaign, and they also appear in both normal and Hardcore modes in multiplayer.

Battlefield Play4FreeEdit

Hit Markers once again appear in Battlefield Play4Free. They are akin to that of Battlefield: Bad Company 2, but the difference being the "X" is slightly thicker. The hit marker is also accompanied by a number that shows how much damage the player has dealt to the enemy.

Battlefield 3Edit

Hit Markers appear in Battlefield 3 and are designed the same way as the last two games of the series. One minor difference can be that the "X" is thinner than both previous games. While the hit marker does not appear in the single player campaign, it appears in both the co-operative mode on all difficulty settings and multiplayer modes including normal and Hardcore.

The Hit Markers in vehicles are thicker and larger than the Hit Markers seen whilst on-foot.

Battlefield 4Edit

The Hit Markers in Battlefield 4 are similar to those in Battlefield 3. Unlike in Battlefield 3, they are no longer present in Hardcore mode.

As of the September 30th, 2014 patch, hit markers are now four separate lines around the crosshair rather than a solid "x".

The color can be customized in the options menu for hits, head shots, and kills.

Battlefield HardlineEdit

Hit Markers in Battlefield Hardline appear similar to those in the past two games. However, a major difference is that they only appear when a player has shot a human enemy. When shooting an enemy vehicle, the hit marker will appear as a cross made up of four right-angled lines, similar to Battlefield 4's third-person reticle for vehicles. Another difference that occurs is that the hit marker becomes red when the player has shot an enemy in the head.

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