Halo vs. Battlefield vs. Call of Duty: This year’s FPS showdown is the reunion of 2010

If you are an FPS fan in the late 2000s and pay close attention to the game to read the game website, then the annual shooter game showdown is a very important thing. Game consoles finally have an online platform that connects friends with each other, so more people than ever have discovered what PC gamers already know: the dominance of competitive shooting games.

The game world got smaller at the top, but now it’s a lot bigger in the middle.

It was during the years from 2007 to 2010 that the popularity of online shooting games exploded. Steam exclusive games like Team Fortress 2 and Counter-Strike: Source are quietly popular, but for inland game console players, the battle between the three FPS games is more obvious: which shooting game will be played in Halo, Call of Duty defeated and battled each other? The last time three people showed up at the same time was in 2010, this year gave us aura: Reach, Battlefield: Bad Company 2 and Call of Duty: Black Ops. I am a battlefield player and I am very eager to remind my Black Ops friends that Bad Company 2 has more destructive power, cooler vehicles, better graphics and an interesting battle. (They have been playing Black Ops.)