When it comes to first person shooters, what's the first game that springs to mind? We're going to take a wild guess that it's one of the very popular Call of Duty games or an installment of the Battlefield franchise. However, if you had to pick between the two, which would you choose?
We've taken a deeper look at the history of these video gaming giants with a full list of released games for you to fully feel the nostalgia and to help you make your decision.
Made by DICE and Electronic Arts (EA), Battlefield is a first person shooter with a big focus on large maps, teamwork and the use of vehicles in total destruction and carnage. While the singleplayer is highly rated, many gamers choose Battlefield for the online multiplayer, choosing to play in squads with friends, other FPS enthusiasts and the casual players.
The Call of Duty franchise originally started on Microsoft Windows with a later expansion onto consoles and even handheld devices. Call of Duty games are published and owned by Activision. However Infinity Ward and Treyarch, as well as Sledgehammer Games, have each developed several titles throughout the series, with releases often alternating between studios. Call of Duty offers a similar experience to Battlefield with the added uniqueness of a ‘zombies' mode which is fun both alone and with a group