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    Re: EA will reveal the next Battlefield on Wednesday, 9th June

    Quote Originally Posted by cptwhite_uk View Post
    True, truth be told my best Battlefield memories are from BF2. I did play 1942 as well, but that was the early stages of my introduction to PC gaming.
    I still break out BF2 with the 64player bots mod from time to time. Ok it's not as good as online, but it's good enough to while away an hour or two. I still love dog-fighting in some of the aerial maps.

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    Re: EA will reveal the next Battlefield on Wednesday, 9th June

    Another pay to win, macro transaction game from EA...No thanks

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    Re: EA will reveal the next Battlefield on Wednesday, 9th June

    Quote Originally Posted by ik9000 View Post
    I still break out BF2 with the 64player bots mod from time to time. Ok it's not as good as online, but it's good enough to while away an hour or two. I still love dog-fighting in some of the aerial maps.
    I was more of a chopper man myself

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    Re: EA will reveal the next Battlefield on Wednesday, 9th June

    Quote Originally Posted by ChainDog77 View Post
    Another pay to win, macro transaction game from EA...No thanks
    That was/is not true of Battlefield. Perhaps you're thjinking of Battlefront ?
    In BF5 there's a lot of cosmetics for sale, but they don't affect gameplay
    Society's to blame,
    Or possibly Atari.

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    Re: EA will reveal the next Battlefield on Wednesday, 9th June

    Quote Originally Posted by Phage View Post
    That was/is not true of Battlefield. Perhaps you're thjinking of Battlefront ?
    In BF5 there's a lot of cosmetics for sale, but they don't affect gameplay
    The only thing they could technically be yanked up on was the pay-to-unlock all weapons and attachments. But that still didn't really give them a competitive advantage because it was still reliant mostly on whether you were good at the game. Getting the best sniper rifle in the game didn't instantly make you amazeballs.

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