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Not to be confused with the similarily named QBU-88
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The Type 88 LMG with a bipod in real life.
The QJY-88 , also known as the Type 88 LMG (Chinese: 88式通用机枪 1988 Shì Tōngyòng Jīqiāng; English: 1988 Model General Purpose Machine Gun), is a 5.8x42mm Chinese light machine gun designed in the late 1980s by China North Industries Corporation, otherwise known as Norinco. It was intended to replace the obsolete Type 67 Machine Gun in service with the PLA.


Battlefield 2: Modern CombatEdit

QJY-88
MC qjy88
Damage

Medium

Ammunition capacity

100 rounds

Starting ammunition

200 rounds

Reload time

5 seconds

Rate of fire

600 rpm

Fire mode

Fully Automatic

Faction

PLA PLA

Kit

MC support Support

The QJY-88 is a weapon featured in Battlefield 2: Modern Combat as the primary Support kit weapon for the PLA. It has a large magazine, decent firepower, and a moderate fire rate with medium recoil. It cannot be aimed down sights, just like the M249 or PKM, and is therefore relatively ineffective at range.


Battlefield: Bad CompanyEdit

QJU88
BC qju88
Damage

Medium

Unlocked at

Unlocked at start

Ammunition capacity

150

Starting ammunition

450

Rate of fire

600

Accuracy

55

Range

Mid-Long

Faction

BFBC MEC FLAG Middle Eastern Coalition

Kit

BC support Support

Source of statistics

Battlefield: Bad Company Official Prima Guide

"The type 88 light machine gun is of Chinese origin and entered service in the PLA at the beginning of the 21st century. "
— In game description.

The QJU88 is a light-machine gun featured in Battlefield: Bad Company.

SingleplayerEdit

The QJU88 can be found in the final mission, Ghost Town, being used by MEC soldiers.

MultiplayerEdit

The QJU88 is the default light machine gun issued to the MEC Support kit. It features a 150 round box magazine (with 300 rounds in reserve). It has a good fire rate, range and power, but lacks in accuracy, so farther targets will be harder to kill. It can kill in about 10 or so hits. Like all LMGs, it has a long reload, but this is balanced by its large capacity. It is the MEC equivalent to the American M249 and Russian PKM.

Battlefield: Bad Company 2Edit

Type 88 LMG
BFBC2 Type 88 LMG ICON
Damage

14.3 - 12.5

Damage multipliers

2.1x Head

Unlocked at

8,600 exp

Ammunition capacity

200 rounds

Maximum ammunition

600+200 (SP)
200+200 (without Ammo Upgrade)
400+200 (with Ammo Upgrade)

Reload time

8 seconds

Rate of fire

650 rpm

Range

BFBC2 Type88lmg Range

Recoil

Low-Medium

Fire mode

Automatic

Kit

BFBC2 Medic Icon Medic

HUD Icon

BFBC2 TYPE88LMG HUD

Sound(s)

Firing sound

Inventory slot

Primary Weapon

TYPE 88 LMG(01:18)
"New generation 5.8mm Chinese light machine gun. Heavier than many of its competitors, the Type 88 (also known as QJY 88) is a gas operated, air cooled, fully automatic LMG with a cyclic rate of 650 rounds per minute."
— In-game description

The Type 88 LMG is a light-machine gun featured in Battlefield: Bad Company 2.

SingleplayerEdit

The Type 88 LMG is quite common among Russian Army soldiers and Bolivian Militiamen, and is very effective due to its low recoil and large magazine.

MultiplayerEdit

The Type 88 LMG is the third light machine gun issued to the Medic kit requiring 8,600 points to unlock. Its magazine is on the larger side, with 200 rounds in it. It has relatively controllable recoil and is a great weapon for continuous suppressing fire. The Type 88 LMG is extremely similar to and nearly outclassed by the PKM, which has a higher damage per shot at the expense of magazine size.


Battlefield Play4FreeEdit

MultiplayerEdit

QJY-88
QJY-88 Large P4F
Damage

29 - 22

Damage multipliers

2.1x Head

Unlocked at

Level 9

Starting ammunition

80 + 80 rounds

Maximum ammunition

400

Reload time

10 seconds

Rate of fire

450 rounds per minute

Velocity

600

Range

88 range

Fire mode

Fully automatic

Kit

P4F Medic Symbol Medic

Source of statistics

Battlefield Play4Free game files

Sound(s)
Type88LMGSound
BATTLEFIELD PLAY4FREE ELITE WEAPONS QJY-88(01:44)

The QJY-88 is a purchasable LMG featured in Battlefield Play4Free. It boasts a large magazine of 80 rounds and the highest damage in the LMG class. However, it suffers from poor accuracy which makes it difficult to connect with longer ranged shots even when fired in short bursts.  It costs 1249 P4F Funds for unlimited use and features a black paint, instead of the standard elite tan paint.

Battlefield 3Edit

Type 88 LMG
BF3 Type 88 ICON
Unlocks

Bipod
PK-A (10 kills)
Flash Suppressor (20 kills)
Extended Magazine (30 kills)
Tactical Light (40 kills)
PKA-S (50 kills)
Foregrip (60 kills)
Laser Sight (70 kills)
Kobra (80 kills)
Suppressor (90 kills)
IRNV (100 kills)
PSO-1 (125 kills)
M145 MGO (150 kills)
Holographic (175 kills)
Reflex (200 kills)
ACOG (235 kills)

Damage

25 - 18.4

Unlocked at

Free download

Ammunition capacity

100 rounds
200 rounds with Extended Magazine

Ammunition

5.8x42mm DAP-87

Starting ammunition

200 + 100 rounds
200 + 200 rounds with Extended Magazine

Maximum ammunition

700 + 100 rounds (SP)
400 + 100 rounds (MP)
400 + 200 rounds (MP with Extended Magazine)

Reload time

7.4 seconds

Rate of fire

650 RPM

Velocity

600m/s

Maximum range

900m

First shot recoil multiplier

1.5x

Recoil

0.36 up
0.3 left
0.3 right

Recoil decrease per second

12.0

Spread zoomed

Standing: 0.5 (static) 1.5 (moving) Crouching: 0.4 (static) 1.0 (moving) Prone: 0.2 (static) 1.0 (moving)

Spread unzoomed

Standing: 5.0 (static) 6.0 (moving) Crouching: 4.0 (static) 5.0 (moving) Prone: 3.0 (static) 5.0 (moving)

Spread increase per round

0.1

Spread decrease per second

15.0

Fire mode

Full-automatic

Faction

Flag of the United States United States Marine Corps
Flag of Russia Russian Ground Forces

Kit

BF3 Support Icon Support

Source of statistics

SymthicRetrieved Oct. 9

Inventory slot

Main weapon

Battlefield 3 Type 88 LMG PS3 gameplay on Caspian Border(09:44)
<center>"A Chinese General Purpose Machine Gun the TYPE-88 is also known by its Chinese designation QJY-88. Despite the TYPE-88 name (referring to 1988 as the year of adoption) the weapon has only recently entered wide service with the People’s Liberation Army. The TYPE-88 fires a special heavy version of the Chinese 5.8x42mm round and is equipped by default with a bipod for supported shooting."
— Battlelog description

The Type 88 LMG is a Light Machine Gun featured in Battlefield 3. It can equip the same series of attachments as the other light machine guns, and like all light machine guns, it comes default with a Bipod.

SingleplayerEdit

The Type 88 LMG is highly found in the campaign missions, Kaffarov and The Great Destroyer. It is very rare, but it does appear in other levels, and even frequently in some. One version of the Type 88 LMG in Kaffarov is preferred by many specialists for its Thermal Vision scope. This gun, along with the said specialization is found around the second concrete wall after you steal the Sniper from the guard on the first area. Several guards inside the pool house are also seen wielding this weapon, but without attachments. It can also be found in The Great Destroyer on a PLR operative directly before the car chase.

Co-OpEdit

The Type 88 LMG is found on the Co-Op mission The Eleventh Hour inside the first ticket booth. It is also known to spawn on a body at the first multi-level section on Hit and Run.

MultiplayerEdit

The Type 88 LMG has medium damage, a medium rate of fire and manageable recoil, as well as clear iron sights. Even without the foregrip, the player can play with the Type 88 on the move effectively due its good capacity and controllable recoil, and with bipod deployed remains still effective, but not as effective in such manner as other machine guns like PKP Pecheneg or M249 that are better suited for suppressive fire.

Compared to the other two weapons unlocked at the beginning of the support kit, the M27 IAR and RPK-74, the gun has the advantage of having a larger magazine, with 100 rounds standard and 200 with extended mag, ideal for suppressive fire role where a support class player can really shine. That being said however, the Type 88 is relatively ineffective for suppressive fire compared to either the M249's higher rate of fire or the medium machine guns higher damage and suppression rates. It's main advantage lies in being the most controllable belt-fed machine gun when not having the bipod deployed.


Battlefield 4Edit

Type 88 LMG
Bf4 type88
Unlocks

HD-33 (1x) (10 kills)
Magnifier (2x) (20 kills)
Muzzle Brake (30 kills)
Stubby Grip (40 kills)
Prisma (3.4x) (50 kills)
Laser Sight (60 kills)
Compensator (70 kills)
Coyote (RDS) (80 kills)
Flash Light (90 kills)
Ergo Grip (100 kills)
Suppressor (110 kills)
JGM-4 (4x) (120 kills)
Angled Grip (130 kills)
Heavy Barrel (140 kills)

Ammunition capacity

200 rounds (SP)
100 rounds (MP)

Ammunition

5.8x42 DAP-87

Starting ammunition

200 + 200 rounds

Rate of fire

700 RPM

Range

LMG Range

Fire mode

Automatic

"A Chinese General Purpose Machine Gun the TYPE-88 is also known by its Chinese designation QJY-88. Despite the TYPE-88 name (referring to 1988 as the year of adoption) the weapon has only recently entered wide service with the People’s Liberation Army. The TYPE-88 fires a special heavy version of the Chinese 5.8x42mm round and is equipped by default with a bipod for supported shooting."
— Battlelog description

The Type 88 LMG is a weapon featured in Battlefield 4. It was first seen in the Battlefield 4: Official "Siege of Shanghai" Multiplayer Trailer.

SingleplayerEdit

The Type 88 LMG is the standard LMG of the PLA. It is equipped with a Prisma, Heavy Barrel and Bipod. It sports a Worm Urban finish.

MultiplayerEdit

The Type 88 LMG is unlocked in multiplayer after scoring 10,000 points with LMGs.


TriviaEdit

  • It is unusual that the Type 88 LMG is the standard Russian machine gun in the campaign of Battlefield: Bad Company 2 due to the PKM - which is made and used by the Russian Military - fulfilling that role in the first Battlefield: Bad Company, considering it was the MEC's standard LMG in the previous game.
  • In Battlefield 3's multiplayer, the weapon was only available through the Physical Warfare Pack, which was originally only for pre-orders, but is now a free download on all platforms.

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