These days, it doesn't matter which version of Battlefield you're playing; you're likely having a blast and getting a solid shooter experience for your time. So with Battlefield 3, 4, Hardline and 1 all going strong, you can bet it's just as easy to get back into Battlefield 2 - the missing link in that sequence of numbers.
Even having passed its 10 year anniversary and lost its official GameSpy servers, the warzones of Battlefield 2 continue to see the usual spread of machine gun bullets and tank shells peppering every surface imaginable. And where there's players, there's mods, and Project Reality is still around ready to show off its new goods.
Project Reality has been a famous staple of the Battlefield 2 world for quite some time. Now, with version 1.4 on the way, the players who refuse to experience DICE's newest campaign can battle through the Falklands War in a less realistic - but still massively influential - engine.
We've been around just as long as Battlefield 2, so we have a large selection of mods for the classic shooter ourselves. Come take a look.
And where there's combat, there's new tech. Version 1.4 brings new jets, weapons and vehicles to the fray with the obvious inclusion of some Falklands-inspired maps. So naturally you'll be duking it out as either the British or Argentinian forces.
Interested in giving it a whirl? It's a free download for anyone still running a working copy of Battlefield 2.