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It doesn't seem like it's possible to customize your kit, except for when you are playing or in the main menu (i.e. not between matches). Or am I missing something?

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up vote 9 down vote accepted

It's currently impossible to change any settings outside of a match. This includes kits.

However it's a highly requested feature to let us customize kits on Battlelog, and a DICE employee has stated that they're going to look into it, however that doesn't mean it's going to happen.

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Why is this the accepted answer? I can change my kits between two matches on ps3 at least (see my answer below). Or am I misunderstanding the question? – Isak Savo Nov 12 '11 at 11:02
@IsakSavo You misunderstood the question, he's talking about the period from the time the scores start showing up, to the time that the new map has finished loading. – Mr Smooth Nov 12 '11 at 13:16
Ah I see.. Then I agree with you – Isak Savo Nov 13 '11 at 19:06

You have a period of time between matches when you can customize your kit and that's when the new map has been selected and the countdown timer hasn't reached zero. I'm talking about the time where you deploy but you cannot move around (only jump, switch weapons or drop boxes).

If you don't deploy, you can hit square (on PS3 - it's the "reload" button) and go into the customize kit menu.

One thing I've noticed about this is that you can only customize kits that are relevant to the current map. So for instance, you won't be able to customize the Jet kit when the map is "Operation Métro" (rush) because there are no jets on this level.

If I remember correctly, you can also access this menu when you are dead and haven't respawned yet.

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