Battlefield 2: Euro Force
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Developer(s) DICE Canada
Publisher(s) Electronic Arts
Engine Refractor 2
Date released March 14, 2006
Genre First-person shooter
Mode(s) Single-player, multiplayer, Co-op, Conquest (gametype)
Ratings ESRB: T
PEGI: 16+
Media DVD, CD
Input methods Gamepad, keyboard, mouse, Novint

Battlefield 2: Euro Force is the first booster pack for Battlefield 2, introducing a new faction and as well as new weapons, maps and vehicles. It is available for purchase online at the Electronic Arts download service, or as part of the retail Booster Pack Collection.

Euro Force was scheduled for release in February, but it was delayed due to a substantial number of new bugs caused by the release of patch 1.2. It was later made free with the release of the 1.5 patch.






Battlefield 2: Euro Force has sold more than 200,000 copies since it was released, and though the relatively small sale.

  • GameSpot: 7.7[1] while they concluded the good stuff: "European army brings variety and new toys to the virtual war. Some beautiful and exciting new maps to fight on. Battlefield 2 combat still as intense and wild as ever."
  • GameSpy rated Euro Force 3.5/5[2] and concluded: "Three kick-ass new maps breath extra life into this amazing, if still flawed, game."
  • On Metacritic, Euro Force has a metascore of 71[3] based on 11 reviews. On GameRankings, it has a score of 72.36%[4] based on 11 reviews.


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