Can you play Battlefield 1942 on PC?

Can you play Battlefield 1942 on PC?

To celebrate its 10th anniversary, EA’s Origin store is offering Battlefield 1942 (PC) free of charge. Don’t worry that it appears on Origin’s Demos page; it’s definitely the full game. If you’ve never played the game, it’s a first-person shooter set during — duh — World War II.

Is Battlefield 1942 free to play?

EA is now offering Battlefield 1942 as a free download on Origin. The series’ 2002 progenitor is listed in the demos section, but the official site is clear that it’s fully free-to-play.

How much is Battlefield 1942?

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What factions are in Battlefield 1942?


Expand v • d • e Factions of Battlefield 1942
Battlefield 1942 Allies United States (United States Army • United States Marine Corps) United Kingdom (British Army • Royal Air Force) Soviet Union (Red Army) Canada (Canadian Army) Axis Germany (Wehrmacht • Afrika Korps • Luftwaffe) Japan (Imperial Japanese Navy)

Who made Battlefield 1942?

Battlefield 1942/Developers

What are the system requirements for Battlefield 1942?

Battlefield 1942 Game Trailer. Minimum System Requirements: Windows® XP, Windows Me, Windows 2000, Windows 98, (Windows NT and 95 are not supported) 500 MHz Intel® Pentium® or AMD Athlon™ processor. 128 MB RAM.

What was the release date of Battlefield 1942?

Battlefield 1942 is a single and multiplayer first-person shooter game released on September 10, 2002 in North America, on September 20, 2002 in Europe for Windows and on June 28, 2002 in North America for OS X. Battlefield 1942 (aka BF1942) developed by Digital Illusions CE and published by Electronic Arts.

When did Battlefield 1942 come out?

Battlefield 1942 (also known as BF1942) is the first installment in the Battlefield series and was developed by DICE. It was released for PC in 2002 and was later made the AIAS and IGN Game of the Year.

Battlefield 1942 is a first-person shooter video game developed by Digital Illusions Creative Entertainment and published by Electronic Arts for Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X.


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