The Battlefield 2: Complete Collection features the following: Battlefield 2 (v1.50) Battlefield 2: Special Forces Battlefield 2: Euro Forces Battlefield 2: Armored Fury Lock and load, soldier! The Battlefield 2 Complete Collection puts you on the frontlines of 21st century combat.
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Release Date: Oct 6, 2009

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About This Game

The Battlefield 2: Complete Collection features the following:
  • Battlefield 2 (v1.50)
  • Battlefield 2: Special Forces
  • Battlefield 2: Euro Forces
  • Battlefield 2: Armored Fury
Lock and load, soldier! The Battlefield 2 Complete Collection puts you on the frontlines of 21st century combat. There's a war going on and you've been dropped into the middle of it. Use the bleeding edge of military technology as you fight for one of the three military superpowers - the US, the Chinese or the newly formed Middle East Coalition. Survive in frenzied close-quarters combat in the world's most dangerous hot spots. Hit the enemy on their home turf and unleash the world's deadliest military forces, using their fury and high-tech arsenal to survive -- then complete your mission and get home alive.

Battlefield 2: Complete Collection Features

  • Join a squad or select the Commander Mode to assume the strategic role of a battlefield commander directing his forces
  • Enhanced squad structure includes VOIP commands and team stat tracking
  • Earn medals, ribbons, unlockable weapons, and other items as you rise through the ranks from lowly Private to General
Battlefield 2: Special Forces Features
  • Join the world's most elite and deadly forces including SEAL, SAS and Insurgent
  • Deploy tear gas, flash-bang grenades, night vision goggles and other Special Forces weapons and gadgets
Battlefield 2: Euro Force Features
  • Take the powerful European Union into action as you battle for control of three new Asian maps
  • Capture enemy territory with the help of seven new weapons and four new vehicles
Battlefield 2: Armored Fury Features
  • The battle moves to American soil on three new maps from the Alaskan pipeline to the prairies of the Midwest
  • Attack or defend the US in six new vehicles including radar-equipped scout choppers

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows XP 32-bit
    • Processor: 1.7GHz Intel or AMD Processor
    • Memory: 512Mb
    • Graphics: 128Mb (Pixel Shader 1.4 compatible)
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 3.9Gb
    • Sound: Sound Blaster compatible
    • **Internet connection required for Euro Force and Armored Fury content**
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189 of 195 people (97%) found this review helpful
77 people found this review funny
70.2 hrs on record
Posted: March 23
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124 of 138 people (90%) found this review helpful
5 people found this review funny
140.2 hrs on record
Posted: December 31, 2015

One of the classics (if not 'the' classic) in the BF series is definitely BF2. A little humble poll I made showed that BF2 is still close to the hearts of many, regardless if they are still playing it or not (please do vote your choice too!):

BF2's 'classic BF' gameplay set the precedence for later games in the franchise: BF 2142, BF BC2, BF3, BF4 & BF Hardline (including the now extinct free-to-play BF Play4Free and BF Heroes).

The BF2 weapons/physics is probably the most different than any other FPS. There is very little ‘visual’ recoil but the bullet deviation is more exaggerated than any FPS that I’ve played. There are hit boxes/hit detection problems, movement feels clunky etc etc (and the list goes on and on). The weapon handling is the hardest of all BFs, and also when compared to other FPSs that I play (CS/COD/ARMA franchises etc). It is not impossible to overcome the many problems to perform in-game, but it requires a steeper and longer learning curve.

Nevertheless, after describing the long list of problems above, the times when I manage to overcome all these obstacles and land kills -> the ‘high’ that I get can’t be matched by any other game.

I have about 20 FPS games (BF,COD,CS, ARMA series etc etc), and have tried new ones like BF Hardline, COD AW, COD BO3 etc, and while they are fun, the movement/weapon physics don't really feel that significantly different from each other.
The only game which movement/weapon physics feels different than the others, fresh, and stands in its own category is ironically this 10 year old game: BF2.

I played back to back BF1942, BFV, BF2, BF2142, BFBC2, BF3 and BF4 -> and personally, the hardest game for me to stop playing is BF2.

The graphics is 10 years old. But personally, I like games to look ‘realistic enough’ but don't care at all about picturesque graphics quality in today's games (especially to the extent of requiring and wasting CPU & GPU power).
Gameplay is most important, but graphics much less when determining what is fun - proof: CS 1.6 is still one of the most popular FPSs today and has many times more players than many latest pretty FPSs.

Unlike all BF games from BFBC2 onwards, BF2 has a singleplayer mode, where instead of a campaign, you can play with bots in a multiplayer setting. Any idiot knows that there is no way any bots/AI no matter how good can match human opponents, nevertheless, it is still a fun option to have especially when the internet is down.
There are tons of mods available for BF2 which gives massive amount of gameplay options and also different games. For instance, the following link show more than 200 mods available:

Some mods are very much more well known than others: Project Reality (which has become a standalone game), AIX 2.0, Forgotten Hope (WW2 setting), Project Alpha, and the list goes on and on. There is also a website offering advice and mods targeted on only the singleplayer aspect of the game:

BF2 used to run on the Gamespy network, and since the Gamespy shut down in 2014, the BF2 community has created its own network to revive the multiplayer aspect of the game.
Either if you are revisiting a game you once played, or even a new player curious to check out why some people remain hardcore fans of the game, it is very easy to get into the BF2 action, just visit: is a one-stop center for all your BF2 needs: multiplayer network, files, patches, technical advice, a close-knit community etc. etc.

See you in the battlefield soldier :)
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100 of 107 people (93%) found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
154.1 hrs on record
Posted: February 24
Since the massive Gamespy shutdown, Battlefield 2 isn't purchasable on Steam anymore. Don't worry- it's become free-to-play!

Go check out if you're looking to relive this awesome title.

We provide ranks, support, and all the things that made BF2 great over the past decade.

You'll live buddy, now get back to the fight!
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85 of 97 people (88%) found this review helpful
4 people found this review funny
224.9 hrs on record
Posted: January 21
After playing this game since the day of the release, the demo, and the steam version, I would like to make a true, honest review after 11 years of playing this game.

This game is my favorite game of all time. With upwards of 1500 hours on this game since the demo and full game before Steam, I have yet to say any other game I have ever played comes even close to beating this game. The vehicular warfare, the infantry warfare, and the air warfare is all so smooth, and well flowing that it allows all three of those to come together in a nice combined arms to capture and control flags to win the game.

Groundbreaking Features
  • Squads: Squads implement an entire new flow of gameplay PIONEERED by this game. The ability to spawn on the squad leader, and work together as a small team allows for amazing possibilities to take flags and objectives.

  • Commander: The commander position in this game, I feel personally, has always been aimed towards RTS players. The commander has a DIRECT outcome on the game, and has power to call in supplies, vehicle drops, and even full blown artillery strikes on enemy hardpoints to allow squads to advance.

  • Kits: Kits have always been big in the Battlefield franchise, but this game was when I felt it truly started to show. The addition of the Medic, Support, and Engineer has added an entire new, dynamic gameplay mechanic that allows players to choose what they would like to do in the battlefield.

  • Graphics: The graphics made a GIANT leap from the old, worn down Battlefield: Vietnam graphics, to groundbreaking HD gameplay that immersed players more than ever before.

To play this game now, for absolutely free, visit here to get straight into the action!

I'll see you on the Battlefield!
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17 of 18 people (94%) found this review helpful
6 people found this review funny
58.1 hrs on record
Posted: January 21
installed AIX 2.0 mod
change AI number to 96
start offline conquest
jumpin into Su-47
kill tons of dudes

you can do NONE of these in the later BF game
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