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Battlefield 2
Game Description:The sequel to the blockbuster online multiplayer war Battlefield franchise, EA and developer Digital Illusions are taking the battle to another realm with a modern-war era edition. Players from the United States, China and the Middle East Coalition (all armed with realistic armarments and vehicles) will all be represented in harrowing battles for a massive number of online players (more than any of the previous Battlefield titles). The new game engine offers vastly improved visuals, physics and sound, plus a dynamic stage limiting system that scales the size of the online battlefield according to how many players are logged on.
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Battlefield 2 News

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  • Battlefield Won't Be Annualized Says DICE -- Already Comes Out Once Year

    Battlefield won't be annualized according to BF series producer Patrick Bach. If the series were to mirror the production of Call of Duty the quality would suffer ultimately killing the series, something DICE and EA wouldn't allow, according to Bach. “The business goals for us are not to release a game every year,” Bach mentioned in...

    Posted August 3, 2011

    Battlefield Won't Be Annualized Says DICE -- Already Comes Out Once Year
  • War is Games: From the Civil War to the Iraq War and Beyond

    Memorial Day. What does that mean? Well, to the typical America, it means beer, bikinis, and a day off from work! And if you're a gamer, it also means double experience in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. Or even TRIPLE experience if you're diving into the recently updated Gears of War 2 experience. What better way to honor the valiant dead than...

    Posted May 30, 2011

    War is Games: From the Civil War to the Iraq War and Beyond
  • Battlefield Play4Free Announced, Closed Beta Starts Nov. 30

    Battlefield Play4Free is a new, free, web-based shooter from Electronic Arts that promises to give fans yet another way to enjoy DICE's modern warfare franchise. Did I mention it was free? Watch Larger Version | Watch HD Version Read More?

    Posted November 5, 2010

    Battlefield Play4Free Announced, Closed Beta Starts Nov. 30
  • Former DICE Employee Promises Battlefield 3 Will "Blow People Away"

    Battlefield 3 is coming. An Electronic Arts executive teased its existence last year and DICE hasn't been shy about the notion of another traditional installment in the series. Yet another has joined the fray, as well. Former DICE executive Fredrik Liliegren recently told Gaming Union the upcoming Battlefield 3 will "blow people away"...

    Posted February 22, 2010

    Former DICE Employee Promises Battlefield 3 Will "Blow People Away"
  • The History of the Battlefield Franchise

    Posted: March 9, 2010

    16,963 Views | 03:00

  • Mr. Sark's Top Five Shooters of All Time

    Posted: December 23, 2009

    26,332 Views | 02:43

  • Gaming Update 02.05.09

    Posted: February 5, 2009

    6,136 Views | 02:19 | 4 Comments

  • CHEAT! Battlefield 2142

    Posted: December 1, 2006

    4,023 Views | 03:01

  • CHEAT! Battlefield 2142: Multiplayer

    Posted: December 1, 2006

    4,472 Views | 03:37

 


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