Let’s take a look at the amazing history of the Battlefield franchise, and how it became the multiplayer juggernaut it is today.
2002 – Battlefield 1942 was a groundbreaking first person shooter featuring 64 player combat on classic maps like Wake Island.
2004 – Battlefield Vietnam was a bit of a disappointing sequel, partially because of its development hell, and partially because 1942 set the bar too high.
2005 – Battlefield 2 takes the series to the modern era whilst introducing a slew of beloved mechanics like commander mode.
2005 – Battlefield 2: Modern Combat was a console release that tried to emulate some of the best aspects of Battlefield 2. It didn’t do a great job.
2006 – Battlefield 2142 sent the franchise into the future, much to the chagrin of many fans. That Titan mode though.
2008 – Battlefield: Bad Company focused more on the single player campaign, smaller multiplayer, and the console experience.
2009 – Battlefield Heroes was a free to play third person shooter that borrowed heavily from Team Fortress 2.
2009 – Battlefield 1943 was a small console remake of the Pacific Theater in 1942, running on the Bad Company engine.
2010 – Battlefield: Bad Company 2 was a massive success despite having a console focus and even won some PC fans over.
2010 – Battlefield Online was a free to play Korean market shooter running on the 2142 engine but using Battlefield 2 assets.
2011 – Battlefield Play4Free was yet another free to play game. This one mixed parts of Battlefield 2 with Bad Company.
2011 – Battlefield 3 returned the series to top form with the reintroduction of 64 player combat and massive maps.
2013 – Battlefield 4 brought back the commander feature and large scale multiplayer demolition called Levolution.
2015 – Battlefield: Hardline puts a cops and robbers spin on the typical Battlefield formula.
2016 – Battlefield 1 is going to be set in World War I.
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