As of right now, Battlefield is one of the only FPS franchises that are in direct competition with Call of Duty. On the 29th of October 2013, EA Dice made sure to remind the world on why that was the case with Battlefield 4 once more. This right here is an FPS title that many players spend their time on nearly 5 years later!
Instead of focusing on the boots on the ground game play, Battlefield 4 stuck to the somewhat realistic nature of the FPS genre. Not only that, but it allowed for players to enjoy being inside a tank or a fighter jet, depending on the situation. They aren’t particularly easy to figure out how to use, but once you’ve picked it up, Battlefield facilitates your new skills.
Using the Frostbite’s engine penchant for destructible environments, everything can be destroyed. By any chance you find something you’d like to blow up, in Battlefield 4 you won’t even struggle to do so. Need to destroy an enemies cover? Use a grenade to flush them out of their hole, all the while completely decimating that wall they were hiding behind. Battlefield 4 allows for an all-out war against opposing teams and doesn’t let up until the final second.
Just be sure to not enter the Battlefield alone, as that’s how things start to go astray. Build a squad of your strongest friends and watch as the enemies start to drop to the ground. After all, in Battlefield 4, you can’t exactly get away with running and gunning all of the time. Strategy and tactics are bound to lead to victory and that’s just something that the Call of Duty franchise doesn’t exactly have in retrospect.
Battlefield 1942 strips away all the modern day technology, weapons, vehicles and planes. Transporting players back in to the second world war in which they must work as a team, as either the allied forces or the enemy forces. Players can choose to fight on the ground as a foot soldier or medic or take to the skies to have an epic dog fight with other players in one of the many planes dotted around the map.
The game has a huge range of depth and was one of the games that inspired the creation of Battlefield 4. Although the game has now aged over the years it’s still a classic in the Battlefield community.
Call of Duty 4 is the main competitor for Battlefield 4, with the two development houses being in competition for over 10 years now. Each releasing a sequence of war games over the early 2000s in to present day.
Call of Duty 4 although not as versatile when it comes to map size and functionality. It comes in to its own with the ground troop side of war. Focusing more on players playing as infantry that must work in teams of up to 16. In one of the many online game modes. It also has a great campaign mode that can be played either single player or co-operative.
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