Battlefield series is one of the most popular shooters since the inception of multiplayer games. It is, in every essence, a true masterpiece of multiplayer warfare. Hence, in a logical sense, the chaos that Battlefield 2042 brings should offer double the fun and excitement because of the increased server player count to 128… yet, it’s devilishly unbaked with maps a tad too big for their own good.
I will be honest, I have a lot of fun playing Battlefield games. Any Battlefield game to be precise. They’re fun, chaotic, engaging and have graphics and audio that actually immerses you in a taste of warfare. Planes engaged in dog fights above you, helicopters bombarding checkpoints and tanks scooping holes in structures. That is pretty much the backbone of Battlefield games, including 2042. Additionally, there is a community-driven game mode called Portal that offers a fun take on multiplayer warfare and another game mode called Hazard Zone that is pretty much like Tom Clancy’s The Division 2’s Dark Zone.