Battlefield 3: The Old "Jump Out Of Your Plane, Rocket Launch An Enemy's, Then Get Back In Yours" Move

December 9, 2011


This is a video of a guy playing Battlefield 3 when he ejects out of his plane, rocket-launches an enemy jet, then gets back in his and flies off. "So just like the title said?" EXACTLY like the title said, except set to the A-Team theme song. You think anybody could actually do this in real life? "Absolutely not." What if the pilot was wearing a jetpack? "No." But what if it was Harry Potter? "I'm leaving." But we haven't even played footsie!

Hit the jump for the video, plus a longer one of dude doing it over and over and over again.

Battlefield 3 tutorial: Shooting down jets the awesome way [joystiq]

Thanks to Jack, who once saw an enemy jump out of a helicopter, shoot at him six times missing every shot, then get chopped up in his copter's blades trying to get back in. Ooooh -- tough break.

  • Mighty Molecule

    ...Shigeru Miyamoto was canned. that is all....

  • Bryan Berkovic

    I love it when a plan comes together!

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  • Mvivanc


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  • Jon T. Wahlen

    I used to be able to ruin comment sections with cliche references, but then I took an arrow in the knee.

  • if you think that's cool you should see my helicopter decapitation-reattachment trick.

  • Shaun9lives

    Finally, a realistic combat simulator. 

  • I think this may be physically unfeasible.

  • Dy7lan (the seven is silent)

    Once I did that exact same thing... only from one wagon to another wagon... and with a water balloon.

  • Slendy

    so it wasnt the exact same thing

  • Dy7lan (the seven is silent)

    Well, no... but it was still cool.

  • This kinda stuff in battlefield 3 is so old, must be a slow news day.

  • Greg Waterman

    I used to be able to do this, but then I took an arrow to the knee.

  • I really need to play this game.

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