Battlefield 4 Tunguska
The Battlefield 4 Tunguska, or 9K22 Tunguska, is a Russian anti-air vehicle featured in Battlefield 4 multiplayer. The Battlefield 4 Tunguska seats one soldier and is armed with anti-air missiles and powerful dual 30 mm canons, which are effective against enemy infantry as well.
The 9K22 Tunguska was first featured in the Battlefield series in BF2, where it was the main anti-air vehicle for the MEC faction. Its main rival in Battlefield 4 is the US LAV-AD and the Chinese Type 95 AA.
Battlefield 4 Tunguska stats
The Tunguska in Battlefield 4 has an advantage over the LAV-AD, since it caries more powerful dual 30 mm cannons. This makes the Tunguska better equipped to engage low flying aircraft such as helicopters, and enemy infantry as well. On a downside, the Tunguska is significantly slower than the LAV-AD.
- Top speed: 45 km/h
- Driver weapons: 30 mm dual canons / anti air missiles
- Secondary weapon: none
- Rocket/tank shots to disable: 2 front, 2 side, 1 rear
Battlefield 4 Tunguska tips
The Tunguska is one of the best anti-air weapons in the Battlefield 4, and is deadly against hovering helicopters and low flying Battlefield 4 jets. Its dual cannons are highly effective against enemy infantry and buildings as well. The Tunguska uses anti-air missiles similar to the IGLA portable weapon.
Battlefield 4 Tunguska unlocks
The main Battlefield 4 Tunguska unlocks include air radar, which improves enemy aircraft spotting and tracking, and anti-air rockets as well. The Tunguska can also be equipped with smoke screen countermeasures, and improved armor against enemy tanks and rockets.
9K22 Tunguska in real life:
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