The FGM-148 Javelin is used by both USMC and U.S Army anti-tank troops, also used by the British army.
The M136 AT4 is used by both USMC and U.S. Army factions. Although multiple launchers can be carried, only one appears on the character's back, giving the false impression that the weapon can be reloaded.
The M47 Dragon is a new addition to Operation Arrowhead, and is used by Takistani militants friendly to American forces.
Introduced in the Operation Arrowhead expansion, the Carl Gustav M3 Medium Anti-Armor Weapons System acts as the equivalent of the SMAW for U.S. Army soldiers.
The RPG-7 is used by all of the game's factions with the exception of the USMC, U.S. Army, BAF and PMC, and can use different warheads including the anti-infantry OG-7 rocket or the anti-armor tandem charge PG-7VR.
The Mk. 153 Mod 0 SMAW rocket launcher is used by USMC forces. The weapon can fire either High-Explosive Dual Purpose (HEDP) or High-Explosive Anti-Armour (HEAA) rounds.
The AT-13 Saxhorn 2 (Russian: 9K115-2 Metis-M) is available to the Russian Federation as a static ATGM launcher and man-portable system. With the static version, like the BGM-171 TOW, the missile requires the operator to guide it to the target. The man-portable version however acts more like the FGM-148 Javelin, in that it is a lock-on fire-and-forget missile system.
The Saab-Bofors MBT LAW appears as the NLAW in the British Armed Forces DLC. The NLAW is a portable next-generation fire and forget missile launcher that has been adopted by the British military as the replacement for the LAW-80.
BGM-71 TOW launchers are available to USMC forces either as static launchers or mounted on top of Humvees. Like the static AT-13 Saxhorn, the missiles are guided by the player.