Updating battlefield 2142
Maps take place in notable areas around the world that have been drastically changed by the new ice age, with some maps returning from past installments.
The base game features three gametypes with a new gametype, Titan, introduced.
Similar to other installments of the series, 2142 features a classed-based system, with a total of four distinct classes.
Battlefield 2142 originally featured a total of ten maps in the base game but later patches eventually increased this to seventeen.
saying that "Aside from the new Titan mode, there's not a lot new here, though, so this doesn't feel anywhere quite like the leap that Battlefield 2 represented from its predecessors--it's more akin to what Battlefield: Vietnam was to Battlefield 1942.
Still, if you're looking for more multiplayer mayhem, it's hard not to recommend Battlefield 2142." IGN gave the game a score of 8.4 out of 10, saying that "2142 is not a bad game – it’s got lots of bugs, balance issues, and other idiosyncrasies, but it’s not bad.
So, I "Think" Dice LA(BF4, BF1) are working on the title coming in 2019. I'm personally hoping for the USSR clash with NATO in the 80's with us playing maps from Korea, Iraq, Afghanistan Vietnam, south Africa (Rhodesia) BUT, that's my preference I'm sure we can all speculate what DICE is doing but what do you guys think?
My only issue with it, honestly, is that DICE hasn’t really made an effort to change anything substantial about the game in five years.
I understand that they’ve created a winning formula, but I’ve grown pretty tired of playing the same thing year after year, and no change of scenery – to Vietnam, the future, or anything else – is going to alter that basic fact." Battlefield 2142 has, and still is being criticized for its difficulty to play on Vista. It's very difficult to get the game to function at all on Vista, and many times, it will simply crash before the game begins.
It was only available to those who were Fileplanet subscribers as well as those who had obtained beta keys from Fileplanet. It was noted by many users that at the beginning of the beta the game worked great, but by the end it was horribly broken, with players getting stuck in walls and titans disappearing into thin air. EA released an online-only standalone demo of the retail game, featuring the Sidi Power Plant on either Conquest or Titan.
Demo versions were limited to demo-only servers, of which a few were initially run by EA, but were quickly supplanted by player run servers.
Additionally in Armored Fury, there was a billboard advertising a digital wrist watch, which displays '' as the time, and a Mushroom cloud with the caption message, "Watch For The Future." Additionally in Armored Fury, the drivable semi-truck had a magazine on the passenger seat that reads "Ice Age Approaches." Battlefield 2142 was officially announced and playable at E3 2006.