Enlists in the war between 3 nations, U.S. Marines, China, and the fictional Middle Eastern Coalition. This is the game that will pave the future of the Battlefield games, one of the first games where the player must trust his teammates to win a fight.
Battlefield 2 is in fact the third edition in the Battlefield series, and, at first sight, it bears the formula established in the previous two games. In this launch of the game, two teams of up to 32 players each battle to gain the supremacy on immense virtual battlefields, fighting one another on foot, in a vehicle, on sea, and in the air. Battlefield 2 lets you organize into squads that move following the leadership of a unique commander. When you log onto Battlefield 2 for the first time, you will need to generate a unique account that will follow you all throughout your online games, following up your position, statistics, and much more. Battlefield 2 has 12 levels, and although that may appear to be a small number, the fact that each level comes in three different sizes includes some diversity. There are seven different kits, or basically character class types, to play as in this game, and these sets are essentially identical across all three nations. Regarding graphics and audio features both things are superb in this game.
The demo version allows enjoying many of the great features of the full game.