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Stunning Battlefield Moments

It's only been a week since Battlefield 4 launched on the PC, Xbox 360 and PS3, but in that time we've been seeing some truly insane and amazing scenarios, maneuvers and accomplishments in the multiplayer arena.

Seriously, the instant we watched a player snipe a helicopter pilot from a skyscraper, leap through the shattered window, parachute into the plummeting vehicle and fly off to its next checkpoint, it was clear that the sky's the limit in Battlefield 4. It's pretty darn obvious that gamers have only scratched the surface of what people will be pulling off in the days, weeks and months to come.

Here's just a small taste of what's happening on the battlefield. Perhaps these moments will inspire your own. Keep in mind that some of the commentary language isn't exactly for kids—but considering how freakin' insane some of these stunts are, we can forgive the occasional f-bomb.

This is the stuff of Hollywood, and some damn fine vehicle hijacking. The Double-Oh-Seven stinger at the end is just icing. Sweet, sweet icing.

Never let it be said that the high ground is always the best strategy. Nor should you ever cruise too close to the action in a jet. Just sayin'.

With all the vehicles and weapons in Battlefield 4, we definitely won't discourage you from experimenting … especially when you discover a cool little strategy for the M2 slam.

This is only a sampling, one single week into release. We can't wait to see what you guys pull off next.

If you haven't yet jumped into the fray, you might want to hit the Battlefield 4 page on Origin. The Digital Deluxe Edition is still available, which nets you the first expansion (China Rising) releasing next month. Keep in mind that Premium Membership will let you play this expansion pack two weeks ahead of everyone else (along with four other expansions, also two weeks early), so consider grabbing that, too.

See you on the battlefield!

—Craig Harris, Origin