Did Battlefield 2042 make our rankings of the best Battlefield games of all-time?
There's a lot to love about Battlefield 5. It's systematic, meticulous approach to subtly reworking multiplayer leads to some of the finest gunplay in an online shooter to date.
One of the first Battlefield games with a proper story and characters who you enjoy spending time with. It also represents the first use of the Frostbite engine in the series.
Battlefield 1942 is a formative piece of gaming history, in which DICE first took the concept of the hardcore military sim and marketed it to a wider audience.
The biggest, wildest Battlefield game to date, it turned the clock back after years of modern combat to offer a ferocious presentation of World War 1, in all its unhinged desolation.
It was here that the series began to move away from the mindset of players swarming around static capture points, who were instead enocuraged to join up with one of their team's squads.
A true showcase of the series' all-out-warfare mantra with beautiful environments, great variety in vehicles and weapons, and solid rewards for team-play.
Our favorite Battlefield game features the best campaign in the series, with funny writing, unique mission scenarios, and a cast of characters who are actually a laugh to be around.