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Not to be confused with the Support kit Mortar


Battlefield 1Edit

Airburst Mortar
Vehicle Type

Artillery Truck

Magazine size

1 shell

Reserve ammunition

4 shells

Reserve reload time

4 seconds

Rate of fire

30 rpm

Gas Mortar
Vehicle Type

Artillery Truck

Magazine size

2 shellsreload = 25 seconds

Smoke Mortar
Vehicle Type

Artillery Truck

Magazine size

2 shells

Reload/Cool-down

12 seconds

Heavy Mortar
Vehicle Type

Landship

Magazine size

1 shell

Reload/Cool-down

15 seconds

Two Mortars are featured as Specializations in Battlefield 1 via the Mortar Package and Armored Mortar Package. Similar to the mobile mortar, players can fire exploding shells at areas to spread the intended effect of the mortar.

For Armored Trucks, Airburst shells are the primary ammunition type, and are designed to inflict damage against groups of infantry. The artillery truck's shells inflict up to 80 damage. Two other ammunition types are available, with a pair of shells fired for each, provided on a longer timer. Smoke shells can be used to provide cover to friendly players at a distance. Gas shells can be used for area control. The mortar truck can fire in a complete circle around itself.

For Landships, Heavy shells are the sole armament, inflicting greater damage, but with a much longer reload. It has a limited sector of fire facing towards the front of the landship.


TriviaEdit

  • During the Battlefield 1 beta, HE shells were available for the artillery truck, making its loadout more distinct.

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