Battlefield 1942 Marks 10th Anniversary, Available Online For Free

Since the launch of the first game of the series, Battlefield always snatched the eyes of gamers not only for its extraordinary graphics but also for the immense action and thrilling storyline. This year is the 10th anniversary of the Battlefield franchise. On the eve of this celebration, EA has made Battlefield 1942 completely free for the fans at Battlefield Origin Store.


Battlefield 1942 was the first game of the series, developed by DICE. Karl Magnus Troedsson, Vice President and General Manager of DICE, said,”When we launched Battlefield 1942 ten years ago, we had lofty ambitions to create a first-person shooter that would push the boundaries of innovation, creativity and design. We evolved the FPS gameplay formula by introducing the world to all-out warfare via land, air and sea.Since the beginning, the reception to the Battlefield series has been incredible thanks to our amazing fans. Every day, we strive to provide our community with great games and new ways to play as evident with Battlefield 3 Premium. We wanted to thank our fans who have supported us throughout the years by restoring Battlefield 1942 for a digital re-release and give everyone a chance to play the game that started it all.”

Battlefield 1942 focus on the events of 1942 World War II. The game is of first-person shooting perspective. There are 12 missions in the game. The Players can enjoy the original missions of the U.S. Army during the World War II. Each missions contain several side objectives alongside the primary goal.

Therefore, do not be late to download the game, as it is offered completely free. The file size is relatively small – 142.06 MB.You can download the game from the Origin store.

Source: Official Battlefield Blog

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