Return to Castle Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory
Battlefield 4 is a 2013 First-person Shooter, Single-player and Multiplayer video game developed by EA Dice and published by Electronic Arts. The game was released for PS3, Xbox One, and PC, serving as the sequel to Battlefield 3.
The head-up display of the game is available in two compact rectangles. However, the left-hand corner of the game comes with a mini-map and compass for navigation. There are several different in Single-player campaigns as compared to the multiplayer component, and the most part, the player needs to travel sandbox-style levels either on foot or by vehicles like boats and tanks.
There playable factions available to choose from, including Russia, China, and the United States. According to the plot, all teams are fighting against each other to take over the battlefield. Set in the futuristic year 2020, six years after the event of New York City. With detailed graphics, superb mechanics, and smooth controls, Battlefield 4 is a brilliant game to play.
Medal of Honor: Warfighter introduces both Single-player and Multiplayer modes, offering traditional First-person Shooter gameplay developed by Danger Close Games and published by Electronic Arts.
It is the sequel to the series reboot version, Medal of Honor released in 2010, serving as the 14th marvelous installment in overall series. The single-player campaign continues whence the Medal of Honor left off, and it uncovers U.S. Special Force member named Preacher, who upon returning to his homeland torn apart from the year of deployment across the globe.
It introduces different aspects as compared to its previous title. Prominent features from the last game, including requesting ammunition, peek and lean, and sliding returned.
The single-player campaign revolves around the struggle of Tier 1 operators, and it comes with a variety of locations, such as Pakistan, Bosnia, and more. With FPS gameplay, detailed mechanics, and brilliant controls, Medal of Honor: Warfighter is an excellent game to play.
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Return to Castle Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory developed by Splash Damage and published by Activision is a Multiplayer and First-person Perspective video game. At the start, the player needs to jump into the surrounding map and interact with other characters over a network.
The player can become a part of either an Allied or Axis and try to defend or destroy the mission objective. There are six maps based on multiple real locations or other events, including North African, and Campaign. In the game, the player can earn multiple experience points in various skill categories and utilize them for several purposes.
Throughout the game, the player needs to complete a particular set of objectives within a given time limit. The offense has to keep the defense from accomplishing goals until time runs out. Some targets are necessary, or some are optional to complete. These objectives assist the player in achieving success.
Depending on the chosen mode, the player will execute different actions by jumping on the map. Throughout the game, the player can jump into the battle by making use of lots of weapons. Return to Castle Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory includes vital features, such as Last Man Standing, Default Maps, Rail Gun, Spawn Timer, Class skills, Heavy Weapons, and more.