How to Decide Between Titanfall 2, Call of Duty Infinite Warfare, and Battlefield 1

Well of course the gaming industry would bestow the burden on us of picking between 3 great first person shooters, but are they actually similar or can you make a decision on the game that fits you best? We are going to break down the 3 games and open your eyes to which game YOU should choose in order to have the best experience for your $60.

Titanfall 2

Short Summary

In single player, Titanfall 2 delivers a crafted experience that explores the unique bond between man and machine. Playable offline, the single player campaign in Titanfall 2 lets fans step out onto The Frontier as a Militia rifleman with aspirations of becoming an elite Pilot. Stranded behind enemy lines and facing overwhelming odds, players must team up with a veteran Titan to uphold a mission they were never meant to carry out. In multiplayer, Respawn is continuing to evolve their gameplay to provide a more robust experience that delivers expanded depth and variety that includes six new Titans, deeper Pilot abilities, more customization options, and a robust progression system that is sure to satisfy fans.

Who Should Choose Titanfall 2

  • Players who like fast paced shooters that require quick decision making and close combat.
  • Prefer futuristic warfare.
  • Fans of mechs like Transformers will be pleased in riding a Titan.
  • If you enjoy an abundance of multiplayer with a solid single player campaign on the side.



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Call of Duty Infinite Warfare

Short Summary

Infinite Warfare is the first game in the franchise to venture beyond the reaches of Earth, framing a plausible future war in our solar system. Infinite Warfare also introduces an original cooperative Zombies mode that takes players on a wild ride through a new storyline with unique gameplay features and mechanics.

Who Should Choose COD Infinite Warfare

  • Players who like a choice to fast or slow gameplay.
  • Prefer futuristic warfare.
  • Enjoy valuable extra content. (Zombies, DLC, ect)
  • Fans of the series can enjoy the Modern Warfare Remake.
  • Would rather play without vehicles. Prefet boots on the ground.


Battlefield 1

Short Summary

Intuitive destruction and dynamic weather ensure that no battle is ever the same. For even more gameplay possibilities, carve a path through walls and buildings, take down your enemies in creative ways, and leave your mark on the terrain around you through intuitive destruction. Through your actions, the pristine world around you change into a battle-scarred landscape, changing the world forever. With dynamic weather you will need to adapt your tactics to weather changes as the elements play a part in the battle. Playing the same map on a bright day, in heavy fog, or rain will impact what you see and hear, forcing you to adapt your play style on an ever-changing battlefield. Operations introduces a new way to play multiplayer. In Battlefield 1 you play a series of interconnected battles across multiple fronts. Play a sequence of battles where your actions have consequences beyond a single match, as you try to conquer territory or push back your attackers. At those times when you feel all is lost, call in the Behemoths – the largest fully player-controlled vehicles ever seen in Battlefield. Roam the battlefield and rain fire on your enemy to break their defenses. All-out war never felt so epic. Take control of the Armored Train, Air Ship, or the Battleship to dominate the battlefield across land, air, and sea. 

Who Should Choose Battlefield 1

  • Players who like a slower gameplay on large maps.
  • Enjoy older warfare. (World War era)
  • Enjoy using vehicles in first person shooters.


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