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Battlefield 2142 - Deluxe Edition - £7.99 delivered @ Gameplay
Battlefield 2142 - Deluxe Edition - £7.99 delivered @ Gameplay

Battlefield 2142 - Deluxe Edition - £7.99 delivered @ Gameplay

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Battlefield 2142

The year is 2142, and the dawn of a new Ice age has thrown the world into a panic. The soil not covered by ice can only feed a fraction of the Earth's population. The math is simple and brutal: some will live, most will die.

In Battlefield 2142, players choose to fight for one of two military superpowers - the European Union or the newly formed Pan Asian Coalition -in an epic battle for survival.

Armed with a devastating arsenal of hi-tech weaponry, including assault rifles, cloaking devices and sentry guns, players will also take control of the most lethal vehicles known to man. Massive battle Walkers wage fierce combat on the ground, while futuristic aircraft rule the skies. When taking on this futuristic armor players will need to use their wits and an arsenal of new hi-tech countermeasures like EMP grenades and smart mines to level the playing field.

Epic online gameplay for up to 64 players drops gamers on the front lines as part of a formal squad, or behind the scenes in Commander Mode to direct the strategic assaults of their team-mates.

For the first time in the history of the franchise, Battlefield 2142 will include a brand new game type to complement the classic conquest game. The epic, new Titan mode challenges gamers to destroy the opposing army's Titan - a massive, heavily armored, flying warship - while defending their own. To defeat a Titan, gamers must first take down its shields, board the craft and fight to its inner core before detonating it from the inside. This genre leading gameplay innovation changes the way you play, encouraging both teamplay and strategy in explosive large-scale confrontations.

With in-game success, players increase their rank and unlock awards, including new weapons, medals and more, delivering the most comprehensive and flexible persistence in the Battlefield universe to date.

Features:

* Titan Mode - Wage epic-scale war to defeat your opponent's Titan, a massive flying warship, controlled by the team's commander. Players must destroy the Titan's shields, board the craft, fight to it's reactor core and detonate it from the inside - all while defending their own Titan.

* 64-Players Online - Experience all-out war with Battlefield's legendary multiplayer for up to 64 players.

* Real-Time Persistence - To the victor goes the spoils! Equipment, medals and other rewards are awarded in-game and in real time. Choose an unlock and have access to it immediately next time you spawn. The game features five times more unlocks than Battlefield 2.

* Customizable Abilities - Gamers can expand their abilities and blend multiple player classes to match their play-style.

* Lethal Vehicles - Gamers control menacing Battle Walkers that stalk the land and futuristic gunships that patrol the skies. APC's and high-speed recon vehicles keep the action fast, furious and unpredictable.

* High-Tech Weaponry - EMP grenades, sentry guns, smart mines, cloaking devices, and more change the rules of the Battlefield forever.

* The world has changed - Fight for survival on the Battlefield of the 22nd century in brand new locations from Minsk to North Africa as the ice presses down from the North.

System Requirements

Requires a DVD Rom drive to run
Internet connection required for install

Minimum Spec
Windows XP
1.7 GHz Intel Celeron D/Pentium 4 or AMD Athlon XP/Sempron Processor
4 GB free hard drive space (5 GB hard drive space recommended)
512MB RAM
DirectX 9.0c compatible video card (128 MB memory and NVIDIA GeForce FX 5700 or ATI Radeon 8500 chip set)
DirectX 9.0c compatible sound card
Broadband connection (cable, DSL, or faster)

15 Comments

Do many people still play this ?

Well I do! There are fewer servers now, but there are still more than enough to get good games in. Best Battlefield game on the PC to date in my opinion. Bargain price.

Macdory;5729239

Do many people still play this ?



Yes servers still v busy

SuperEd

i loved 1942 havent played it in ages!

Not quite a good as Battlefield 2 in my opinion, but still good. I stopped playing it over a year ago I think. Might go back to playing it.

I still play but I prefer BF2

Me too still play bf2 and spec forces, can tget enough of the bloody thing.

Nad

use to play battlefield myself ages ago but was put off by the so many cheats on the games , dont see the point in even playing the game when people cheat ...i like a challenge but you dont have a fair one with people using cheats.

Anyone know if cheating still goes on or how to avoid it , i dont plan on playing it for hours on end , just when i may get a tad bored one day...so i dont know how it all works and avoiding cheats , im not really a gaming person...but i do enjoy war games if they are good and battlefield is the only game ive ever played on the pc and enjoyed

There's a new 1.5 patch for BF2 in the offing, I'm currently running 1.5b3 and it aims to get a lot of the cheats out. Personally, I think it's a really good update to a 4 year old game, with a new map too! It was supposed to be out already but a number of new cheats were found & as this is strongly suggested to be the last BF2 patch ever, DICE made the decision to hold back until these were squashed.

Highlights include:
Operation Blue Pearl - New US vs China map
'Highway Tampa' now required map.
F35 improved vs J-10
Visibility fix for TV missile GUI
Blackhawk chain gun accuracy increased
Hitbox improvements
Native widescreen support
WIndows Vista/ Windows 7 (x32 & x64) compatible.
BF2 can now address more than 2Gb of RAM
'Dolphin diving' activates prone accuracy deviation (rough trans: He who flops to the ground at the first sign of the enemy, shan't be able to hit a cows bum with a banjo!)
No Commander vehicle spam

]Patch weighs in at a mighty 1.5Gbs - ]Most complete changelog I can find

I wouldn't load the beta now unless you really want to see the changes; there are only a few servers testing it right now, but keep an eye out for when it goes live, hopefully by August.

In the meantime, I've been having a giggle with ]Battlefield Heroes this past while, it's quite cartoonish a la Team Fortress 2. For me, Heroes has a surprisingly BF2 like 'one more go' factor, once I worked out the ranking system...

Sadly I never got into 2142, the biggest draw for me into BF2 was the present day war-zone. Heat added for the price though...

SuperEd

i remember using punkbuster many moons ago lol stop people cheating

northernlights;5733302

In the meantime, I've been having a giggle with ]Battlefield Heroes this … In the meantime, I've been having a giggle with ]Battlefield Heroes this past while, it's quite cartoonish a la Team Fortress 2. For me, Heroes has a surprisingly BF2 like 'one more go' factor, once I worked out the ranking system...



Although not perfect it certainly is alot of fun.

AND FREE!!!

I gave up on 2142 last year. Way too many crashes - you'd be enjoying the actual play for 30 minutes and then *bam* crashola. And way too much punkbuster voojoo to do.

Usual EA tactic. Release a game, support it for a year then leave without any notice giving little or no support. Happened to BF2 after releases of patches that caused endless crashes.

9% quidco

great game, still play now and then, plenty of servers.
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