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The Kettenkrad is used by German forces in all theatres of war as a light transport. It carries one driver and one gunner that is armed with an MG42.
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— In-game description
The vehicle appears as a neutral vehicle at several times during the singleplayer war stories Under No Flag and Nordlys, featuring most prominently in the final sequence of the latter, where it is used by Solveig to chase down a convoy of Opel Blitz trucks.
Kettenkrads are used by both Germany and the United Kingdom, spawning at flags controlled by either team and appearing as part of each teams' initial complement of vehicles on certain maps such as Narvik. The vehicle can carry two people, a driver and a passenger. The passenger has access to personal weapons, but can only fire in towards the rear of the vehicle. The Kettenkrad can tow stationary weapons.
Having no offensive armament aside from passenger small arms, and with occupants completely exposed to fire, the Kettenkrad serves primary as a light transport vehicle. It is fairly quick when on roads, while its unique tracked drive allows it better cross-country and obstacle clearing performance than wheeled vehicles such as the Kübelwagen. However, its small health pool and nonexistent armor means it can be easily destroyed by most explosive weapons.