The Ammo Pack is an alternative resupply item for the Support kit in Battlefield 4. It immediately provides two primary and/or secondary weapon magazines for the player that picks it up. It can supply up to three explosives or replacement gadgets, one at a time, like the regular Ammo Box but only while stopping on it.
Like the First Aid Pack, it can be thrown much further than the Ammo Box by targeting an ally. The pack will home on the player, making it unnecessary to compensate for their movement.
If thrown at a player that already has their full complement of reserve ammunition, the pack will remain on the ground.
Ammo Lockers are featured in Battlefield Hardline as a permanent fixture of some maps. They replenish the players supply of primary and secondary firearm ammunition, in addition to their gadgets and grenades, depending on which of these is equipped when interacting with the locker. To receive ammo, hold down while looking at the locker—a "TAKE AMMO" prompt will appear on screen, the door on the locker will swing open, and the player will receive a full magazine of ammunition for each second the interaction button is held down, until the maximum carrying capacity is reached. Gadgets and Grenades take longer to resupply.
Battlefield 1EditThe Ammo Pouch returns in Battlefield 1 as a resupply item for the Support kit, functioning in a manner similar to its Battlefield 4 counterpart. It is also provided to the Cavalry kit, and to riders as a deployable item from horseback.
Like the Bandage Pouch, users on foot can throw pouches at needy teammates with either the button or the button.
Although it provides ammunition more quickly than the Ammo Crate, it provides only four sets of ammunition, does not provide explosive gadgets, and is expended once collected.
- Prior to the Battlefield 1: They Shall Not Pass DLC, the Ammo Pouch would instantly restock explosive, but with a preparation delay before they can be used by the player.