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Not to be confused with IR Smoke, Smoke Grenade, or Operation Smoke Screen


A smoke screen can be released to mask the movement or location of military units such as infantry, tanks, aircraft or ships. Smoke screens are commonly deployed either by a canister (such as a grenade) or generated by a vehicle (such as a tank or a warship).


Battlefield 4Edit

"Releases a thick cloud of smoke that visually obstructs the vehicle and makes it impossible for incoming missiles to achieve precise critically damaging shots."

— Battlelog Description


Smoke Screen is a vehicle specialization featured in Battlefield 4. Unlike IR Smoke, incoming missiles will not lose their designation to the vehicle target but will instead not achieve any shots with critical damage. There is also momentary protection against spotting. The cloud of smoke is large enough to block sightlines and entryways, but it dissipates quickly. It can also obscure vision when inside the cloud, like the Smoke Grenade. Its low cooldown time compared to other countermeasures allows it to be used frequently.


Battlefield HardlineEdit

"Releases a thick cloud of smoke that visually obstructs the vehicle."

— Battlelog Description


Smoke Screen is a vehicle specialization featured in Battlefield Hardline, functioning in a manner similar to that of the Battlefield 4 specialization.


Battlefield VEdit

Smoke LauncherEdit

Smoke Launcher is a ground vehicle specialization featured in Battlefield V. Once activated, it launches a smoke screen in front of the turret to obscure visibility.

Smoke ScreenEdit

Smoke Screen is an air vehicle specialization featured in Battlefield V. It creates a cloud of smoke behind aircraft so as to reduce visibility from pursuing enemies.

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