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Main one I played was Battlefield 1943, meh. .
Battlefield market is at a decline, shrinking in sales and jumping on the BR hype-train just to attempt at being relevant (despite being crushed by its own co-workers game, Apex Legends)
The older Battlefield gets, the more it's attempting to mimic Call of Duty, and till that horse is put down BF will continue to go downhill.
Never clicked with the slow paced RNG simulator FPS games anyhow; and much prefer the twitch FPS games like Quake: Champions, D00M IV, Halo, and Dusk
I'd even go back to Overwatch over a Battlefield personally.
Battlefield 2142, easily. It was a more balanced and refined revision of Battlefield 2, which was already great. Plus, it had the most unique game mode Battlefield has ever had- Titan mode. It introduced the dog tag collection system, where you could knife someone and forever keep their tags on a ranked leaderboard of who you had knifed. You also had an in-game suite of stat tracking tools, including a ranked global leaderboard of players, far beyond anything we've seen since in Battlefield.
Unfortunately that was kind of Battlefield's peak, in my opinion. It only got dumbed down from there. Battlefield 3 was a good attempt at redemption, especially after Bad Company 2 where you couldn't even go prone, but fell significantly short.
Battlefield 2 no doubt it has the best maps, best gameplay it didn't hold your hand like the new games the pacing was almost perfect teamwork was required and it felt rewarding same with weapon unlocks it took a long time to earn a new weapon they made a difference you didn't have a bunch of useless weapon attachments. If BF2 today had busy servers and wheren't filled with mostly bots I still would be playing it today. I don't care how great the graphics and destruction is in the new BF games for me the gameplay is completely trash and is super shallow. The series is so dumbed down now and forgettable Battlefield 2 to me is the last true BF game.
Hard to say for me. Probably played Battlefield 2 the most but my favourite was Battlefield 2142 for its setting and for being the most balanced Battlefield game so far. Battlefield 1 is also really good. It's the only multiplat Battlefield game I really like and comes a close second to 2142.
It’s a different take on combat outside the world of military conflict
Battlefield Hardline released in 2015, is a Cops and Robbers style game with a few new game modes fitting the bill:
Capture the Bag
and many new maps set in places such as the Louisiana Everglades, or a warehouse (Growhouse) in an urban setting, etc, etc.
By far you could only customize your class via in-game during a match in Battlefield 4.
Hardline allows you to customize your class/agent via Multiplayer menu. Though its success failed on PC, console editions were filled with many different players.
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