2021 FPS Showdown: Battlefield 2042 and Call of Duty: Vanguard and Halo Infinite

The fall of 2021 officially becomes the FPS season, because we already have the main entries from the three major industry shooting games all dropped in the same short period of time. “Call of Duty: Pioneer” first dropped, followed by the surprise launch of “Halo: Infinite” multiplayer game, and the release of “Battlefield 2042”. However, since these three series all performed well at the end of the year, we have to ask questions from decades ago…

Which is better? Call of Duty, Battlefield or Halo? In order to figure out who is the king, Dorrani, Connor and Sherif sat down and chatted about all the recently released content. You can view the discussion in the video embedded above, and we are happy to read your own thoughts in the comments below!

In this discussion, topics including the games that everyone plays more, the release status, balance, and the problems of each game are weighed and discussed to determine which series will be the strongest this year. If you like a certain game, it’s obviously worth clarifying, that’s great! This is just an interesting conversation between teams, all games have their own advantages and disadvantages.

This is a very long article because we make sure to cover a large number of topics and try to allocate a balanced time for each game, so it sounds interesting if our idea of ​​the 3 largest FPS versions goes in the background!

If you want to catch up to all three games quickly, the Halo Infinite Co-op campaign and power has been postponed until May 2022, Call of Duty Pioneer players have encountered some problems with player collisions, and Battlefield 2042’s anti-tank rocket launcher is really It’s too bad!