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Submitted by -Mezzo- 864d ago | video

Now This Is How You Use A Dirt Bike To Take Down A Jet In Battlefield 3

Kotaku - Battlefield players have found all sorts of awe-inspiring ways to do stunts with dirt bikes. But this one takes the cake when it comes to how much air the player grabs, not to mention the rather dramatic ending. (Battlefield 3: End Game, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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WorldGamer  +   864d ago
Glitch maybe? lol.
Nitrowolf2  +   864d ago
Old C4 trick
camel_toad  +   864d ago
Good ol C4. I used to love contributing nothing to my team but camping near enemy planes only to plant c4 on them, hide, and then blow it up right after some poor Bastard flew off in it.
Oh...... I thought he was gonna ram the bike into the jet.
Blastoise  +   864d ago
Pffft. Easy
Jovahkiin  +   864d ago
I seen an RPG take out a jet, not a motorbike :/
Lifebanisher  +   864d ago
like aaaaaaa boosssssssssss lol
Derekvinyard13  +   864d ago
Wow!

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