Which is better in terms of multiplayer and community? Have heard both SP elements are a bit ****, but more concerned about MP. Also how does free COD Elite stack up to Battlelog?
Are you genuinely asking this question?
Cod elite has had an epic slating. They have not given half of what they promised, and with mw3 turning out to be a shambles it is one of gamings finest failures.
BF3 is still plagued by bugs/crap design ideas, but is a far better game, and you get what they claim you will with premium.
BF3 hands down.
I liked MW2 before the cheats came along. Good times!
MW3 has badly designed maps.
BF2 seems too much -you are in the warzone- environment that I don't like.
Why would I ask a question I didn't want an answer to?!
Wasn't impressed with the MOH reboot, but I enjoyed MW2. Lots of people saying that Battlefield 3 is basically DICE trying to do a Call of Duty impression. Also played Close Quarters the other day. That's not the Battlefield I remember!
Partly depends on what platform you're playing on.
Battlefield is widely regarded as the better game on the PC (if you've got a decent set up).
On the consoles they're a bit more evenly matched.
In the main, though, most people are enjoying the franchise they're more familiar with - so BF veterans are preferring BF3, COD regulars preferring MW3.
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