The Battlefield series, whether in Europe devastated by the war during World War II or in today’s collapsing metropolis, has always stood out from the competition because of its enormous battle. However, despite the shared elements of the game, they are not all created the same. In fact, the quality gap between the best battlefield games and the worst games is surprisingly large. Especially considering how only a handful of years separated the two. Battlefield 2042, released on November 19, ranked the mainline Battlefield games from worst to highest.
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11. Battlefield V
Years away from the worst war in human history, World War II-DICE is finally back in Battlefield V. This is a game that follows the excellent Battlefield 1 and seeks the highest quality in the returning War Story Single Player mode. .. The problem was that despite the deliberate focus on lesser-known regiments and combatants during the war, it wasn’t very interesting. The lack of multiplayer map design and many memorable weapons and equipment in World War II did not solve the problem, and the time to kill often felt very short, so you Tanks that had little time to make tactical decisions before being destroyed.
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10. Battlefield Hardline
One of the biggest starting points in the Battlefield series to date, Battlefield Hardline puts players in the role of law enforcement officers rather than the army. Many of the games are played in Florida, and single-player campaigns focus more on arrest mechanics, stealth, and investigation than on other games. This sounds fine in theory, but it required much better writing than we got, especially in character-driven stories. On the multiplayer side, there are robbery-style goals and other police-themed modes, but in general it feels just like any other battlefield game, and it’s never fun.
See the Battlefield Hardline review.
9. Battlefield 2142
Defeat rivals to punch again by going to the future How to do Before the Call of Duty so far, Battlefield 2142 pushed large-scale multiplayer more than a century ahead with the outbreak of a new large-scale world war between major factions. The futuristic setting did not change the emphasis of the game in both walking and vehicle combat, but simply made it even more creative. It includes all the weapons of the future beyond today’s dreams, from fictional tanks and aircraft to mechas coming directly from Halo and Metal Gear. Since its release, Battlefield has largely stuck to a historic and contemporary setting, which will soon change.
See the Battlefield 2142 review.
8. Battlefield Vietnam
A few years before Call of Duty followed Black Ops, and only at certain levels, Battlefield was already heading for one of the most controversial wars in American history with Battlefield Vietnam. This allows both helicopters and jet fighters to be steered when ground forces collide with the brush below, providing an accurate representation of the jungle-based war soldiers experienced during the decade of conflict. It was the purpose. Punji sticks weren’t just for Tony Hawk, so you need to monitor your feet to avoid being sent to a very painful early grave. No war is as well known as Vietnam in the music of that era. Battlefield Vietnam was delivered with songs like CCR’s Fortunate Son and Apocalypse Now.
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7. Battlefield: Bad Company
Shifting from the super-serious tones of many other Battlefield games, it features a complete single-player campaign-the series was then widely known for multiplayer-only bot-based games-Battlefield: Bad Company A franchise to a whole new audience that helped referrals. The destruction of the game made possible by the early versions of the Frostbite engine helped keep the game tense, and even those who just wanted to campaign for a roller coaster had a good time. The only people who weren’t? Despite the long history of the series on PC, the game is a PC player for being released only on Xbox 360 and PS3. It will be fixed in that sequel that came to all three.
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6. Battlefield 4
Released around the same time as the PS4 and Xbox One launches, Battlefield 4 was completely confused at launch. It just crashed into the dashboard as often as it was intended. But after applying some patches, it has become one of the best modern battlefield games around. Incredible destruction by a new system called “Revolution” caused the entire skyscraper to hit the ground on a daily basis, changing the entire map and defeating many players in the process. The explosive finale of the single-player campaign is back, with the late Michael K. Williams playing a major role. Battlefield 4 wasn’t the best game in the series, but it showed us what new technology could do.
See the Battlefield 4 review.
5. Battlefield 1942
Rather than the 1942 interaction of the game, it introduces the first, large-scale, all-out battle across land, air, and sea, and continues to define the series to this day. Like some of its successors, Battlefield 1942 is a global war game featuring multiple battles and locations on 16 maps. At the time, the series was PC-only and had access to state-of-the-art technology, at least for now, compared to what was offered in most console games. The amount of game DNA still found in modern battlefield games, such as ticketing systems and combinations of multiple vehicle types, without breaking the balance of multiplayer matches is amazing. Is it worth playing today?Probably not, but worth it appreciate.
See the Battlefield 1942 review.
4. Battlefield 2
Battlefield 2, a game that will give you hints for the future, was ahead of its time in many ways. It went into modern combat years before Call of Duty did, and with a bullet penetration system and a battle of 64 PCs, it made something on a scale that most players have never seen. .. It also included Commander Mode, a strategic role in which one person can oversee the battle and make decisions from the open eye. This mode was later returned to Battlefield 4 and became another modern entry, adding levels of tweaks and tactical plans not found in previous games to the attack. Unfortunately, the “real” version of the game is only available on the PC, and the console-only Modern Combat offers a completely different and inferior experience.
See the Battlefield 2 review.
3. Battlefield 1
World War II has been the subject of countless video games over the years, but its predecessor, the War to End All Wars, has received less attention. Battlefield 1 makes the explosive series more time-slip than ever, similar to the chaotic take of first-person shooter multiplayer with dogfights in the air and massive battles on the ground. increase. With less emphasis on long-range automatic weapons, snipers become even more deadly, and cat-mouse matches take place as brave soldiers attempt to achieve their goals. Everything is further improved with War Stories, a single-player mode that spotlights several soldiers in different regions during the war.
See the Battlefield 1 review.
2. Battlefield: Bad Company 2
Released just over a year before Battlefield 3, Battlefield: Bad Company 2 continues its Hollywood-style campaign with a focus on destruction rather than its predecessor. Unlike previous games, this actually appeared on the PC in addition to the console and didn’t have the same cultural splash as the successor game, but every time DICE made fun of a new game, many people said Bad. Announced that there is a reason to continue requesting Company3 games. Other games, including both Battlefield 3 and 4, show a bit more restraint. This is often a better approach to dealing with realistic warfare, but the total turmoil in Battlefield has something to do with Bad Company 2 perfectly. ..
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1. Battlefield 3
For years, and sometimes for no apparent reason, the Battlefield series struggled to reach the same cultural relevance as the Call of Duty series. This usually doesn’t reflect the quality of the game, and in Battlefield 3, EA and DICE have finally established a battlefield comparable to Call of Duty. In this case, Battlefield 3 is definitely a great game, and the 2011 Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 retreads the best elements of the previous two games without knowing exactly what worked. I feel like I did. Battlefield 3 contrasted with its huge maps, walks, vehicles, aerial warfare blends, and environmental destruction. There was no really safe place in the game. Sniper shooting and explosives aren’t always too comfortable, and the Caspian Sea border is one of the best maps in the series’ history.
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