Everyone says that cod is better because more players play it! But remember this cod Is on its 9th game now and battlefield is on its 4th! Battlefield has a more realistic game experience that helps you get into it more, but in cod you want to quit after 5 minutes because you are getting beaten by a 10 year old who won't stop playing weird music through his headset and spazzing out every minute.
The Battlefield is more realistic than the Call of Duty, let's be honest. First let's get something straight, I'm a fan of Call of Duty. But Battlefield has much better graphics, and besides requires more skill than the Call of Duty (I'm not saying that the Call of Duty need not skill). Simply Battlefield is made so that you only need more capacity. For example, guns are much more difficult to control. The vehicles require additional skill to be effective. But all this is so because it is the nature of this game such. But I, personally, find the Call of Duty to have more fun, and because it is much faster game, regardless if you're playing as a team.
A knife thrown at you hits your pinkie no biggie "im fine" *flat-lines* utter bull**** COD when they ran out of history they made their own creative and innovative but the mechanics i mean seriously
SKILLSHOT 306 no scope triple killshot suicide double y! I mean really guys make a better mechanic then trowing a knife through a window then bouncing 3 feet in the air and into the guys pinkie i mean... Wow
There is no denying that Battlefield is a more realistic game than Call of Duty, not that it makes Battlefield a better game. Battlefield has bullet drop, more realistic recoil, a more complex sound engine, more players, vehicles, teamwork (which is important in real life), more interactive maps, more realistic movement and of course better visuals (hence why the game is more demanding).
But they are two very different shooters, Call of Duty is more pick up and play while Battlefield requires you to put time into the game to get the most out of it.
My opinion is that Battlefield is a lot more realistic due to the types of game modes on cod ALIENS i mean come on seriously this is by far the worst realistic game ever.
Then once you get into the multi-player part of this game e.g. deathmatch and so on the graphics are horrifically bad compared to Battlefield although battlefield has the best graphics and more of a realistic feel it has its down's but nothing compared to COD.
I have a friend who is on seal team 8. He is like a brother and when he came to my base we were playing cod and he said what is this crap. I switched to battlefield and he said that it was a more intense an realistic battlefield made for gamers who actually were good
Call of Duty has left behind its roots at this point as a realistic combat simulator to become an arcadey fragfest, whereas Battlefield, not exactly the most realistic game, has at least made great strides to be the more authentic purchase of the two. Battlefield games are more intricate and well made than Call of Duty at this point.
Between Call of Duty and Battlefield, the Battlefield series features far more realistic gameplay. Both games take some liberties compared to actual wars. However, Battlefield beats CoD in realism in many ways. The weapons act more realistically, and the same goes for the vehicles. Plus, the stories and action scenes are more believable.
To me there is no question that Battlefield is more realistic then Call of Duty. When buying a game though most people aren't thinking which is more realistic. They are thinking which is more fun to play and the gameplay of Call of Duty is better than that of Battlefield.
More immersive doesn't always mean "better", but the franchise has a great history of involving the players into realistic conflicts. Everything is made so the players must work together if they want to succeed, i mean, have you ever see a man win a real war by himself ? One man army like in CoD, won't last long in a fight.
No, Battlefield is not more realistic than CoD, because CoD did a better job of making the game look like it is real. I have talked to people who have fought in wars, and they have described it more like CoD than Battlefield. CoD also has better graphics, that make me feel like I am really there. It is intense.
Although Battlefield has a lot of fans, it is not as realistic as Call of Duty. Call of Duty has superior graphics and a better story line, both of which make the game play and the total experience more realistic. Battlefield is still a good game, but it is not as realistic.
CoD and Battlefield both have parts in their gameplay that is realistic, but than also like "That could never happen!" Off the top of my head I know that CoD Ghosts has a dog that is super crazy and almost impossible to take down, which is not that way in real life. However the graphics are amazingly realisitc.
When it comes to realism in first person shooter, this question gets tossed around quite a bit, and can be biased at some points. I think both games, having played them both already, excersise roughly the same amount of realism. It really depends on the gamer and what they consider better.
Although both game are pretty intense, people are still saying that Battlefield is so realistic that it not. The only disadvantage is the health regeneration and a bunch of other crap that you don't find in COD. COD, however, offer you intense gameplay and amazing multiplayer that will leave you in rage. Battlefield multiplayer is boring when you're out stuck somewhere in a huge ass map.
In Call of Duty a 5.56 x 45 mm round will kill a player with full health in 3-5 shots. In Battlefield, the minimum shots for the same round are 5. What seems more realistic? It is true that Battlefield has actual in-game geometry for bullets which are affected by gravity and travel at different speeds. Call of Duty uses the point and shoot hit scans. However, why does realistic bullet behavior matter if the lethality is not present. In real life, a military operator is trained to aim at the head and fire two shots in quick succession, what is known as double tapping. Call of Duty requires less shots to kill and therefore simulates the effect of double tapping better.