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Whereas the Battlefield series relies on the same gameplay settings and scope, the Call of Duty series has evolved over the course of more than 10 years. This is a game that started off as a World War 2 shooter and is now taking the battle to space in Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. On the other hand, Battlefield 1 is still stuck with the same open-world generic vehicle + gun approach and isn’t trying to expand on it in any way. Sure there are improved gameplay mechanics but the overall style is the same. On the other hand, Titanfall 2 is, well, not as good as it was hyped to be (unsurprisingly).

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Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare has proven itself to be better than Battlefield 1 and Titanfall 2

It’s not just the reviewers that say this, it is the general idea and approach of CoD devs. The game mechanic is ridiculed for being the same run and gun but there’s a new twist every time. And if all else doesn’t appeal to you, the over-the-top Michael Bay style singleplayer campaign will blow you out of your seat. One thing that has been consistently good about this game is the campaign. From the very first CoD title to the recent Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, the campaign has always been amazing. Sure you can credit Battlefield 1 for being realistic and telling a true story but there’s a bigger appeal for that larger than life story-telling.

BF has never, not since 2002, had more content at launch than most other games. And DICE can’t do singleplayer. They’re always bad at it. Other than BFBC1, they haven’t done much when it comes to the campaign. A lot of people credit BF for having lots of guns but if the stats and general Youtube gameplay videos show, only about 5 of those are used throughout. There’s a serious issue of balancing in Battlefield 1, meanwhile Infinite Warfare players are using all sorts of guns left and right.

Battlefield is your run of the mill first person shooter. A larger map does not equal more content because the map may be large, but fighting will always occur on the same capture points. The only thing you’ll see in the outskirts of a map is that stupid kid trying to snipe that you can knife.

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