Battlefield has Always Been Better than Any Call of Duty Game in 1 Feature the Activision Blizzard Franchise Can’t Master

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Battlefield has Always Been Better than Any Call of Duty Game in 1 Feature the Activision Blizzard Franchise Can't Master

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  • Battlefield has always been praised for its mechanics and fluidity of the movement by its fans.
  • However, the latest entry in the military shooter failed to live up to the mark unlike other games.
  • Despite the bitter response, the game still outshines its rival Call of Duty when it comes to in-game driving and flying.
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Call of Duty and Battlefield are no Need For Speed games, but the involvement of Electronic Arts with the latter proves why vehicle mechanics are so fluid in BF games. It’s been a hard time for both the video games as the fans aren’t happy with the franchises’ latest installments. While MW3 could’ve been better but chose to accompany BF 2042 in its worst time.

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Coincidently, both video games are the latest in their respective franchises and deemed by fans as worst, in their respective franchises of course. It wouldn’t be a surprise if fans were surprised to think about what is happening with the major video game franchises right now. BF really needs a different strategy if they are to outshine CoD in the gaming arena.

Fans Can Drive, Or Fly, For Hours But They’ll Still Want More

The latest CoD and BF games are deemed worst by their respective fans.
The latest CoD and BF games are deemed worst by their respective fans.

Despite the fact that the latest BF game didn’t live up to the fans’ expectations, it certainly has some aspects that players would agree are far better than Call of Duty. Vehicles for one, are something players find enjoyable in BF games in contrast to CoD. Control and mechanics are just pleasurably fluid.

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Recently, a user on the social media platform X (formerly Twitter), shared a video from September 2022 showcasing the ease players have in controlling vehicles. It was originally shared by a Twitch streamer called Ashe who pulled off what may seem like an impossible task at first. Taking the chopper in a no-fly zone and out is no easy feat but Ashe made it look like a cakewalk.

One user called In4ab8tin shared a BF‘s open beta gameplay back in 2021, embracing the chopper gameplay before the game’s launch.

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And it’s not just the case in the air, vehicles on the ground are a delight to watch in the game.

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Despite the visual treats, not many people appear to have been playing the game with only 11K users active at the press time.

Driving Doesn’t Feel Like Driving in Call of Duty Games

Many fans consider Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 a downgrade in the series.
Many fans consider Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 a downgrade in the series.

At one point, Call of Duty too tried to master the art of driving, when it released Warzone for the first time. Players were actually impressed by the vehicle mechanics initially but then all went to vain with its transition to Warzone 2.0.

One user called Qwertykeybaord expressed his disappointment in one post on the social media platform Reddit. He wrote, “Can’t believe we used to have such a good game.”

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Driving vehicles on the ground or flying choppers isn’t really a specialty of CoD games. Despite the game having 7 times the users as compared to Battlefield playing the game at press time, driving appears unreal in contrast to its long-time rival.

Now as the next CoD game is due this year, they can make driving and flying smoother this time and give a better experience to players as they explore a diverse array of maps.

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Do you think Call of Duty can do better than Battlefield concerning vehicle mechanics? We would like to know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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Written by Anurag Batham

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Anurag Batham is a video games correspondent at FandomWire. With over two years of experience in writing for different industries, his past works show his passion for the metaverse and his awareness of the environment. He's always playing with ideas to turn them into captivating stories.

A gaming enthusiast who can prove it when you have a round of Call of Duty (COD) with him. And it may take more than a coffee with him if you are to talk to him about Marvel. One can find a reader in him who's always keen to perfect what he already knows and to learn everything new.