The radio-controlled M1 Abrams (also R/C M1 Abrams) is miniature battery-powered battle tank that can be controlled from a distance by a radio-frequency link using a specialised transmitter or remote. The vehicle was featured in the multiplayer component of the 2002 James Bond video game Nightfire.


The miniature tank appeared as an optional feature in the Nightfire's multiplayer mode and enabled players to operate a small tank from a first-person perspective. Found parked at various locations in the multiplayer maps, the tank was equipped by walking into it and was armed with a mounted grenade launcher and M2 .50 calibre machine gun.



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