EA and Origin PC team up to release BF4 Armoured DivisionTank

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Giving Battlefield fans a taste of the all-out warfare on Battlefield 4, Electronic Arts and Origin PC has reveaedl the “Battlefield 4 and Origin PC Armoured Division Tank”. Powered by six custom gaming PC’s featuring AMD HD7970 GPU’s and the highest performance components from Gigabyte, Corsair and AOC, the custom tank is purpose built for gamers to hop in and create their own “only in Battlefield” moments.

Able to withstand a 1 Kiloton nuclear blast at direct impact, the tank’s nuclear filtration systems are even setup to offer to 8 hours of gaming protection from the end of the world scenario.

The Armoured Division Tank will be touring Australia in 2014 offering gamers an opportunity to get hands on with Battlefield 4 and its five themed digital expansion packs including: Battlefield 4 China Rising, Battlefield 4 Second Assault, Battlefield 4 Naval Strike, Battlefield 4 Dragon’s Teeth and Battlefield 4 Final Stand.

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