|| This is a game that at first glance might be grouped in with Call of Duty and not given much extra thought. Then if you actually pick up the game and play through the single player campaign, you will undoubtedly see the similarities and the game really doesn't distinguish itself other than having destructable environments (which is pretty cool).
But not so fast, the real destinguishing factor is yet to come... Multiplayer. This is where it sets itself far apart and brings back the gameplay that we loved in the original Battlefield series. Helicopters, tanks, trucks, quads, turrets and more all at your disposal to aid in your mission of destroying the opponent. Add to that a multiplayer conquest of 32 people and you will have an all-out adrenaline feast.
The other thing I have noticed about the multiplayer is the number of servers that you can play on. Each server can have different game settings and changes the feel and play of the game(some don't allow vehicles as an example) The multiplayer leveling up system opens up more weapons, better gear, more health, and other options the more points you get (you get points for winning a match, kills, and other achievements)
The controls for the helicopters are definately less than easy, and all to often the pilot is his own worst enemy, but there are usually a couple of extra skilled players that will help give you arial support. Building combat has totally changed as well, if you try to hide inside a building and take shots at the enemy, you may get an ememy bombardment bring the building down on top of you.
So while the single-player campaign is definately worth a play through, it just doesn't hold anything that you haven't seen before and doesn't set itself apart. But the multiplayer is highly addictive and a total blast.