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Battlefield 1943
Game Description: Take to the land, sea, and air once more with this download-only installment of the revered Battlefield series. 1943 is set exclusively in the Pacific Theater, and includes the classic maps Wake Island, Iwo Jima, and Guadalcanal. The available soldier classes are infantry, scout and rifleman, and the game uses Battlefield: Bad Company's Frostbite engine, allowing for destructible environments.
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