101 Facts About Battlefield

Battlefield is a squad-based first-person shooter video game franchise number two the Battlefield series has shifted over 50 million copies worldwide. The first Battlefield was released in 2007 and was followed by the second game in the series, Battlefield 3, which released in 2013.

  • Battlefield 1942, the first game in the Battlefield video game series, has become the fastest game to reach 10 million copies in its 14-year history. Battlefield 1942 was created by EA’s Swedish developers dice no dice and was released on the PlayStation in 2002. It was later released on Xbox in 2002 and PlayStation in 2003.
  • World War II video game ‘Battlefield 1942’ has received a Metacritic rating of 89 out of 100. The game had five classes in the game scout assault medic anti-tank and engineer these classes can only wield the weapons linked to that class if you’re a medic and you pick up an engineer’s equipment.
  • The first game in the Battlefield series was made by a team of 35 people and it took them 11 months to develop the game. The game featured four factions divided into two teams the Americans and South Vietnamese versus the North Vietnamese. The first expansion pack was called secret weapons of world war ii and featured some of the more outlandish and experimental weapons and vehicles of the war.
  • Viet Cong number 18 unlike 1942 Vietnam had two weapons loadouts per class number nineteen instead of five classes four were introduced instead heavy assault Engineer Scouts and assault number twenty D battlefield was set in 2007 during a global war between the United States versus China and the Middle Eastern coalition this by the way was fictional in case you were worried about your memory number 24.
  • During the early stages of development underwater levels were set to feature in ‘Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2’ with weapons such as spear guns and poison gas. However, the sound files of this feature were eventually cut however the sound file of ‘Special Forces’ was the only official expansion pack for the game.
  • The makers of a popular mod for 1942’s battlefield 2 will shut down only a few days before the release of the game. The game was widely praised by critics calling it a significant step up from Vietnam in 1942. EA bought the makers of the mod to help the development of battlefield 2 drama.
  • A new game mode was introduced to ‘Titan’, the first game to not feature any American forces whatsoever. The game mode allows players to capture nodes on the ground and fire missiles at the opposing Titan reducing the shield’s down to zero once the shields are down. The opposing Titan can be boarded and destroyed from the inside winning the match.
  • Battlefield Bad Company 6 is the sixth instalment of the franchise and was designed with the cool sexy new frostbite engine which added realistic destruction. The game had a dedicated single-player campaign instead of just an orgy of multiplayer where you follow the adventures of the exquisitely named Preston Redford number 40.
  • The video game ‘Giant Bomb’, which was released in 2009, has released its third free-to-play version. The game allows players to blow up buildings, trees, walls and enemies in multiplayer maps. The single-player campaign was so popular that in 2012 Fox announced they’d be developing an action comedy TV show based on it as that was many moons ago.
  • A parody of the second world war in Battlefield Heroes has gone viral on social media. The parody features two teams the Nationalists and Italian and the Royalists British and American number 48. The two had once been friends but Royalists accused Nationalists of cheating drew the Olympics. The Nationalists responded by taking the piss out of royal king’s mustache.
  • Battlefield 1943’s map number 53 is a reference to the Swedish flag planted on the top of the map’s sand castle. The data run the EA logo at the start of the game says November 16th 1943 this is the date when Japanese sub 1 176 sunk the Americans of the USS Covina this was the only time in the entire war a Japanese sub sunk a US counterpart number 55.
  • Battlefield Bad Company 2 was the first game in the Battlefield series and was released in 2010 by Electronic Arts. It was the sequel to the 2010 game Battlefield 1943, which was also released by EA. The first Battlefield game was developed by EA and published by Activision.
  • In Bad Company 2, a character says that snowmobiles number 61 in another scene. A character says this oh no he’ll just send some special ops douchebags with heartbeat monitors on their guns instead of us. The game introduced heartbeat monitors onto guns for idiots like me who couldn’t snipe properly number 62.
  • Battlefield 3 is illegal to own or sell in Iran number 66 this game even had a book alongside it reading who needs that that of Realtree the Russian was a spin-off book written by hard bastard author Andy The Russian. The developers were incredibly proud of their audio design. No other first-person shooter has a larger amount of vio variations for multiplayer than Battlefield 3.
  • The dinosaur at the beginning of the e3 Thunder run trailer was inserted there after an activision sales manager asked aloud while the pc version of their Call of Duty game wasn’t selling as well as the console version. He received several responses saying it was due to a lack of dinosaurs which I mean must be true because they do improve everything number 71.
  • A huge player triggered events on multiplayer maps to keep the map moving and dynamic. A giant bloody skyscraper falling down on everybody that ought to do it number 76 is still pretty popular because apparently over 100,000 people are still playing it to this very day number 77 on the map flood zone.
  • The Chinese government banned the sale of Rasik Park number 81 in late 2013 after the release of the China rising DLC. A ministry official said that the game poses a national security risk smears the image of China’s army and accuses it as a form of cultural invasion.
  • Barcelona-based video game developer DICE has revealed that the previously cancelled urban combat in ‘Battlefield Hardline’ came to mind when they were discussing where they could take the Battlefield franchise next. DICE added that they worked on ‘Star Wars Battlefront’ which was released in 2015 instead of focusing on military tactics Hardline took to the streets of mainland America where players are encouraged to aim for non-lethal approaches.
  • ‘Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2’ lead multiplayer designer Thaddeus Sasser has denied reports that he said he’d buy a boss cookie for the first person to max out. “I’m not sure what the boss cookie tastes like but there we are number 92 this was made official when the hardline cookie challenge was announced,” he said.
  • The official Twitter account of Activision’s ‘Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare’ won a cookie after a user played the game for five days in a row. The user, Wayne Anderson, won the cookie after gaming practically non-stop for 5 days number 93. The cookie was eventually won by Anderson.
  • Ubisoft has announced that the single-player campaign for its upcoming WWII video game will be shorter than previous campaigns. The developers have elected for several shortened campaigns each with their own protagonists and cast of characters. The single player campaign is going to differ from previous campaigns in as much as instead of focusing on one character’s progression through the war.
  • Battlefield 1’s release date is October 21st 2016 and it’s going to be a cool car well probably I haven’t played it yet actually yes I have played it I played a beta with Clive it was quite good quite good kept crashing planes though whoops Lowell anyway. I don’t know about you but I had a lovely time oh Jesus I’m wearing the wrong jumper for a green screen anyway.
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