Battlefield Play4Free Launches

The wait is over! The Battlefield experience is now available to anyone, anytime, anywhere – for free*. Yes, for free. EA have launched Battlefield Play4Free, a deep, rich, adrenaline-filled Battlefield all-out war experience. Battlefield Play4Free delivers an endlessly entertaining experience on the PC that combines the most popular maps from Battlefield 2™ with the popular classes and powerful weapons of Battlefield: Bad Company™ 2, all rendered with stunning visuals. Battlefield Play4Free raises the bar in the free-to-play space even further with 16 different vehicles including the Mil Mi-28 attack helicopter, its nemesis the F35 VTOL jet fighter, the massive Russian T-90 main battle tank, and the hard to catch LSV light strike vehicle.

Play now at http://battlefield.play4free.com.

Players progress through the game to learn new combat skills, and earn in-game currency to spend on a massive array of devastating weapons and equipment to propel players to victory in 32-player online battles. Battlefield Play4Free simulates the career of a professional soldier and as player’s progress, they can upgrade their physical capabilities, available equipment and combat expertise. At every level the player is creating a more unique, more customized soldier and creating their own, personal playing style to take to the battlefield.

Players can also rock out on the battlefield to the latest song ’Age of Rage’ from Swedish heavy rockers CORRODED. This heart pounding single is featured in the game and the launch trailer released online today. ‘Age of Rage’ will be included in the band’s upcoming second album, ‘Exit to Transfer’.

For more information on Battlefield Play4Free, please visit http://battlefield.play4free.com.

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Managing Editor of ManaPool, Peter lives in York, UK and is a great fan and master of turn-based strategy games. If he isn't playing one of those, you'll probably find him in a role-playing game instead. He's definitely not afraid to provide a straight up opinion on any game and has a strong like for indie developers. We all start small, after all.

  • A1ka1inE

    I take it you need to download the game from the link? When I heard about this I thought it might even be sort or browser-based or something ha ha!
    From the video it seems to look visually better than Battlefield 2, but worse than BBC2. I suppose EA are trying to bridge the gap between BBC2 and Battlefield 3, which seems like a very smart move to me. I think I might try it out later.