Scout Helicopter also nerfed, doing too much damage.
By Tim Colwill on January 29, 2014 at 4:15 pm
DICE have detailed — a few days ago, admittedly, but whatever — some of the changes they’re looking to make in future patches of Battlefield 4 in order to keep the game balanced for vehicle combat.
One of the major changes is a nerf to the Mobile Anti-Aircraft (MAA) which will see its total amount of missiles dropped, as well as its 20mm cannon tweaked. The physical impact of anti-aircraft missiles has also been adjusted to prevent helicopters flipping over when struck.
The M2 SLAM has also been tweaked, changing it so that you’ll have to be a lot closer — half the previous distance in fact — when using it in order to achieve maximum damage.
Source: Thanks, Makena!