TNT (Trinitrotoluene) is a chemical compound that is commonly used as an explosive material for military and industrial applications. It is featured in many installments of the Battlefield Series.
In Battlefield 1942, ExpPacks are issued to Engineer kits. It is very powerful, being able to kill/destroy anything except warships with one or two blocks, and has a very large blast radius. It is effective against tanks, but its disadvantage is that it requires the user to get in close to plant it on a desired position/vehicle, and then manually detonate it. It is the only weapon that can damage the objectives in the Secret Weapons of WWII expansion.
In Battlefield Vietnam, TNT is issued to one of the two Heavy Assault kits of the NVA and Vietcong, along with the SA-7 missile launcher. TNT is used to take out enemy vehicles or to boobytrap objectives. In servers where friendly fire is turned off, TNT can even be used as a close-quarters weapon, since the explosion won't damage the player.
The player is given a total of 5 packs of TNT.
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Sticky TNT is an explosive featured in Battlefield Heroes for all classes. It is the main defense of the majority of classes against Tanks and other land vehicles. As the name implies, it will stick to any surface once thrown. It can be thrown at medium distance but the explosive radius is quite low. Despite this, the Sticky TNT is a powerful explosive. With a four-second timer, two-three TNT will destroy a tank or plane at full armor.
Battlefield: Bad Company 2Edit
In Battlefield: Bad Company 2, TNT makes a brief appearance during the opening mission, Operation Aurora. Before entering the sub pens, a large metal door is in the way. The player is ordered to place TNT on it to blow it open. Only one can be placed at a time. If a player tries to place more than one, the previous one will disappear.
Battlefield: Bad Company 2: VietnamEdit
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- The cut Wirecutters produce a set of non-detonatable TNT.