Battlefield 2 is essentially a multiplayer game played via the Internet or on a local area network. A single-player mode with three difficulty levels is included. Both player modes use the same maps and use Battlefield’s conquest game mode. Single-player mode allows 16 computer controlled players while Internet mode allows up to 64 players. Players can choose to play as the United States Marine Corps, the People’s Liberation Army, or the “Middle Eastern Coalition”. Additional factions are playable through the expansion packs, such as the European Union. Progress in the game is made via promotions which allow additional weapons to be unlocked. By playing the game on ranked servers, players are able to add to their global player statistics. These statistics are used to award promotions and other achievements.In Battlefield 2, players are divided into two opposing teams (which factions they represent is dependent upon the map). The key objective in Battlefield 2: is to reduce the opposing teams tickets. Tickets represent an army’s ability to reinforce their position on the battlefield; each team has only a limited supply of tickets, and each casualty on the battlefield reduces the number of available tickets. Control points represent key points on the map, and are represented by flags.
Processor: Pentium 4 1.7 GHz and the equivalent
RAM: 512 MB / Video Mode: 128 MB (Pixel Shader 1.4 Support)
Disk Space (MB): 1500 mb
Sound Card: 16bit / DirextX v9.0c
Operating system: Windows XP / Windows 2000