The 'El Che' Artillery is the basic artillery gun used by the People's Liberation Army of Venezuela in Mercenaries 2: World in Flames.


They are very rare and can only be found defending the P.L.A.V Head Quarters on top of the mountain. They are all found scattered around the edges of the mountain. They are stationary with a wide angle of rotation of 180 degrees horizontally and a large angle of elevation (vertical) as well as having very long effective range. What is unusual is when the player zooms and checks out the artillery piece it says that the gun is a Venezuelan Army gun and not a PLAV gun.

They are repainted versions of the VZ artillery and most likely the 'El Che' were stolen from the VZ army. The only major difference in the design is that the 'El Che' has been repainted with the P.L.A.V scheme such as orange, green and red to differ it from the light brown VZ version.

Like every other PLAV vehicle the artillery has been painted in bright colors and has revolutionary writing spray painted over it. The guerrillas have also added extra metal plates and barbed wire to the front. The barrel itself is very small but wide and is sitting on a stand with wheels, however you cannot actually move the artillery because two support beams have been placed in the ground to make it stationary.


  • The artillery is named after the famous Argentine revolutionist Ernesto 'Che' Guevara, who was also a Marxist believer and guerilla who played a significant role in the Cuban Revolution.
  • When looked at through the binoculars, it will be labeled as VZ. Probably, since its a PLAV variant, it is still defined as VZ (In a similar way how the Anaconda "AT" and "AA" are still defined as the same thing).
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