Paul writes: "In my book - a book with lots of pictures and big, easy to understand words - there are two types of gamers on this planet. There are those who know, deep down in their hearts, that the Battlefield series of games are better than the juggernaut that is Call of Duty, and those that are wrong. However, that isn't to say that all Battlefield games are masterpieces, and the game I'm casting my mind back to now is one of those difficult titles that tried to move away from the established Battlefield formula, attempting something new. Now, change can be a good thing, and without innovation there is no evolution, but was EA's gamble on Battlefield Hardline a good one?"
Cheaters & hackers have been causing grief on Battlefield 1, Hardline & BF4 servers, with nonstop DDoS attacks among other things. Unfortunately, EA has remained silent about it.
From Xfire: "With the next game being a return to the classic XX42 formula, now is as good a time as any to make an utterly definitive and in no possible way controversial ranking of the Battlefield games we've enjoyed over the years, with which undoubtedly nobody will take issue in the comment section. Right? Okay then - here we go, from least good to best."
In a time not too long ago, a foul infection spread its way through the games industry. It was a vile illness that burrowed itself in deep, feeding off of greed and the incessant begging of teens desperate to receive funds from their parents. It divided friend groups, suffocated player bases, and was common practice up until recently—it was the season pass.