10 Best First-Person Shooter Games To Play in 2015: Page 6 of 10
5. Battlefield 4
Close quarters shootout
Bring the steel
One of the best multiplayer experiences returns in Battlefield 4.
Set in 2020, the story involves a war between superpowers Russia, China, and the USA, and follows Sgt. Daniel Recker as he attempts to tip the scales in favor of his country.
But multiplayer is where the game truly shines. Up to 64 players can duke it out in any of the game’s enormous, dynamic, destructible environments. Buildings and other significant structures can be destroyed during battle, altering the map and necessitating quick, intelligent adjustments in tactics. For example, a house can be collapsed to provide cover or obstruct the path of vehicles. Even the weather can affect how players approach every battle.
One player in the team takes the role of Commander, giving him the tactical view of an RTS game. This lets him issue commands to his teammates, and even order missile strikes and send reinforcements.
Several expansions, such as Naval Strike and Second Assault provide new maps and game types, extending the game’s replayability and securing its place on this list of the best most recent first-person shooter games.