The fall of 2021 is officially FPS season, as we have had major contributions from the three major industrial shooting games, all of which fell in the same short amount of time. Call of Duty: Vanguard fell first, followed by the surprising launch of Halo: Infinite multiplayer and the release of Battlefield 2042. But since all three series represented big at the end of the year, we had to ask decades-old questions. ..
Which is better? Call of Duty, Battlefield or Halo? To find out who is king, Dorrani, Connor and Sheriff sat down for a chat to cover all the latest releases. You can check that discussion out in the video embedded above and we would love to read your own thoughts in the comments below!
In this discussion, topics including which game each person plays more, the launch mode, the balance, and each game’s own issues are weighed up and discussed to determine which franchise has had the strongest outing this year. Of course, it’s worth saying this, if you like a particular game, then it’s great! This is just a fun piece of conversation between the team and all games have their own strengths and weaknesses.
It’s quite a long way as we make sure to cover a large number of topics and try to give each game a balanced amount of time dedicated to it, so put that in the background if our thoughts on the three biggest FPS releases of the year sound interesting for you!
If you want a quick overhaul of all three games, the Halo Infinite Co-op campaign and power has been pushed back to May 2022, Call of Duty Vanguard players have a few issues with player collision and Battlefield 2042’s anti-tank rocket launcher is really bad!