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Awesome Battlefield 3 Case Mod Also Keeps Your Soda Cool

If there are two things any Battlefield 3 player needs for a long night of mowing down their enemies, it's a cold energy drink and a chain gun. Knowing this, master case modder Brian Carter has created the perfect Battlefield-inspired case mod for a competition run by the Raptr gaming community. Equipped with its very own tiny fridge and spinning chain gun, this case should be enough to make any Battlefield gamer drool.

Before starting the project, Carter had the choice of making a Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 themed case or a Battlefield 3 one. In the end, he chose to go with the Battlefield design, featuring an airbrushed Battlefield 3 image on one side, a custom crosshair intake fan, and a decorative chain gun. Our favorite part about the case is the med pack themed mini-fridge that perfectly fits one energy drink. Check out the video below to see the case and rotating chain gun in action.

  • whimseh
    Wow.
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  • James296
    sweeeettt *drools*
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  • monsta
    An ice machine would of been cool ...pardon the pun
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  • phamhlam
    If only the machine was cooled using LN2. Also, the chain gun in BF3 is nothing compared to the apache canon.
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  • I should have one of this for my brother before he finish his term serve in iraq. oh wait. is it bulllet proof too? I bet he hate to lose his gaming save plus he can play game while he is in the battlefield.
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  • Maziar
    Looks awesome!
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  • Ohmybad
    that's a bad ass rig, super jealous...
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  • secolliyn
    I was awesome when it was built into a COD: MW Case first.......not saying it's not cool but it's been done before
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  • JOSHSKORN
    sonien0306Our favorite part about the case is the med pack themed mini-fridge that perfectly fits one energy drinkMeh...I need two. LOL
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  • lemlo
    9356488 said:
    Meh...I need two. LOL

    Ya got one on the desk you're drinking, and one in the comp for backup. After a couple hours, rinse and repeat :)
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