Dynamite is an explosive made of nitroglycerin, sorbents (such as powdered shells or clay) and stabilizers. It was invented by the Swedish chemist and engineer Alfred Nobel in Geesthacht, and patented in 1867. It rapidly gained wide-scale use as a safer alternative to gunpowder and nitroglycerin.
Battlefield 1943EditIn Battlefield 1943, Dynamite is issued to the IJN and USMC Scout kit. It is very powerful, being able to kill anything with one packet and being highly capable of destroying most pieces of environment such as trees and small buildings. It is very effective against vehicles, but it has many disadvantages similar to the TNT explosive from Battlefield 1942.
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Dynamite is a gadget featured in Battlefield 1.
The Assault kit can place up to three packs of dynamite at a time. Unlike in Battlefield: Bad Company 2: Vietnam or C4 seen in other installments, dynamite does not stick to surfaces. As such it makes it much harder to attack enemy vehicles and thereby requires players to use it wisely. Its low damage compared to other Assault gadgets also makes it difficult or impossible to destroy a vehicle in one pass.
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Sticky Dynamite is a gadget featured in Battlefield V for the Assault kit. As the name suggests, the gadget will become stuck to any surface once thrown. Players are equipped with two pack of dynamite upon spawning. This can be increased to three packs upon resupplying at an Ammo Supply Station. Three packs of dynamite will disable an enemy heavy armor at full health. It will also instantly kill any enemy player caught in an explosion.
- Interestingly, the dynamite says "inert" on the wrapping material, which means it's for training purposes and shouldn't explode. This is likely a developers' oversight.