Top 10 vehicles we want in Battlefield 4
The Battlefield series sets itself apart from most other multiplayer shooters in that it offers a huge selection of vehicles. From cars, to tanks, to jets and helicopters, all major vehicle groups are represented. And over the years, the series has featured a bunch of modern-day vehicles, but there are still some out that that have yet to make an appearance in the series. We’ve narrowed down 10 vehicles we’d love to see in battlefield 4 that haven’t been featured in the series yet. Be sure to also check out our Top 10 Weapons we want in Battlefield 4 article.
The Boeing V-22 Osprey has been a love/hate relationship with the US Air Force and Marine Corps. It was in development for 20 years and is one of the most recognizable aircraft in the world. However, its operational history is less than perfect. Nevertheless, it’s in service today and we’d love to see the Osprey in Battlefield 4 as a transport vehicle.
9: Conquest Knight XV
The Conquest Knight XV is actually a private armored SUV that’s built like a tank and can withstand almost anything, and is so large it makes the Humvee look small by comparison. A lot of militaries around the world have expressed interest in the vehicle as an armed transport for high-ranking Generals and officials.
8: Jackal 2
Used by the British Army, the Jackal 2 is an odd-looking transport / reconnaissance vehicle with a lot of customization options that makes it very versatile. It’s used primarily in Iraq and Afghanistan.
7: Harrier Jump Jet
The Harrier was originally meant to be included in BF2: Armored Fury, but was scrapped at the last moment. There were even in-game models for the jet, but for some reason, it never made the cut. We’d love to see it finally make an appearance as part of the Battlefield 4 jets lineup.
6: Tornado fighter jet
A unique “swing wing” fighter jet that is capable of sweeping its wings back in order for increased cruising speed. It’s a great all-round fighter jet / interceptor that has yet to appear in any of the Battlefield series.
5: F-117 Nighthawk
The F-117 Nighthawk is one of the most unique aircraft in the world, and sadly, it left service in 2008. The iconic stealth fighter with its futuristic look would be awesome to use in Battlefield 4, if only to see just how it would be incorporated in multiplayer, given its stealthly nature.
4: Joint Light Tactical Vehicle
The Humvee successor, Joint Tactical Vehicle, offers much better protection and overall performance than the decades old Humvee. While the Humvee will be used until 2030 and will be featured in Battlefield 4, the JLTV is panned to be introduced in 2015. Since Battlefield 4 takes place in 2020, the JLTV would be a perfect fit as a transport vehicle.
3: Merkava tank
The Merkava is the Israeli main battle tank that has been in service for decades — longer than the M1 Abrams. Over the years it has received numerous updates. It’s one of the few main battle tanks in the world that has yet to be featured in the Battlefield series. We’d love to see it as part of the Battlefield 4 tanks lineup.
The Technical, aka Improvised Fighting Vehicle, is popular all over the world and comes in all shapes and sizes. The Technical was sort of featured in BF2 Special Forces, where it was simply called a “truck”. They’re usually old Toyota pickup trucks with huge .50 cal machine guns in the back. No armor. Awful handling. No technology. But lots of awesomeness.
1: F-22 Raptor
Hands down the most impressing fighter jet of all time. The F-22 Raptor has been in development for many years before finally being introduced. It’s stealthy, and can service as both a fighter and a bomber jet. It’s one of the most advanced and expensive jets in the world, and we’d love to be able to pilot one in Battlefield 4.
What vehicles would you like to see in Battlefield 4 (vehicles that haven’t been in the series yet)? Let us know in the comments section!