The Anti-Tank kit is one of usable kits in the games Battlefield 1942 and Battlefield 2. Its main role is to destroy armored vehicles such as tanks from long range. The kit also indirectly appears in Battlefield 4 as the Anti-Tank Upgrade Path for the Engineer Kit. It gives players a play style similar to the Anti-Tank kit.
The Anti-Tank is one of the five kits featured in Battlefield 1942. They are armed with a rocket launcher, pistol (depending on the faction at hand), grenades and a knife. The rocket launcher can destroy medium tanks in three shots or less. It's ill-advised to take on anti-infantry duties due to the launcher's small splash radius.
— In game description.
The Anti-Tank, or AT, is a kit featured in Battlefield 2. The AT is armed with a submachinegun as its primary weapon, as well as a faction-specific handgun, combat knife, and a faction-specific anti-tank launcher. Like the Engineer, the anti-tank kit is focused upon vehicles, but the anti-tank is focused on destroying enemy vehicles rather than supporting friendly ones.
The primary weapon of each anti-tank soldier is a submachinegun, with the exception of the DAO-12. Generally speaking, they are low-power, high-spread weapons whose effectiveness is limited to close-quarters.
The AT's gadget is an anti-tank missile or rocket launcher. With the exception of the RPG-7, all available anti-tank launchers are capable of being guided. Each one does heavy explosive damage, but the projectiles travel slowly and each AT only has a few rounds for it. Ergo their effectiveness against infantry is low, but against tanks, APCs, and other slower-moving vehicles the anti-tank launchers can be very potent.
The Anti-Tank kit is featured in Battlefield Online.