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Battlefield 1942: The Road to Rome
BF1942 Road 2 Rome
Developer(s) DICE
Publisher(s) Electronic Arts
Engine Refractor 2
Date released Microsoft Windows
February 4, 2003
Genre First-person shooter
Mode(s) Single-player
multiplayer
Ratings ESRB: T
PEGI: 16+
Media CD-ROM
Input methods Keyboard
Mouse
Joystick

Battlefield 1942: The Road to Rome is the first expansion pack for Battlefield 1942 and features new maps based on the Italian Campaign of World War II.

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The Road To Rome has received generally positive reviews from critics. The expansion pack has scores of 84[1] at Metacritic based on 22 reviews and 80.91%[2] at GameRankings based on 28 reviews.

"The Road to Rome adds even more great gameplay in the form of more-balanced maps and more-balanced vehicles to an already enjoyable game. If you're a fan of Battlefield 1942, you owe it to yourself to get The Road to Rome as well. 8.9 out of 10" - GameSpot

"Level design is supremely awesome. The new weapons, though arguably making things worse, still add something new and different. The vehicles add a completely new strategic dimension to play. Some tanks are less effective and thus people need to be more effective. More emphasis is placed on artillery and thus more emphasis is placed on coordination. Going back, it's the levels that bring it all together. The end result is an experience that remains intact, but plain better than before. That feel, that rush, that intensity... It's all here. 9.1 out of 10 - IGN

"This is the sort of content that should be made available to faithful customers absolutely gratis, and it's a shame EA feel the need to charge their swelling community for the privilege of getting their hands on a smattering of new missions and models which should have been in the game in the first place. 6 out of 10" - Eurogamer


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