Battlefield 1943 Now Backward Compatible On Xbox One, Experience World War 2 Again

Everyone has been busy talking about the upcoming Battlefield V which was revealed recently and is now even available for pre-order, While on the other side nobody noticed that Battlefield 1943 is back and now backward compatible on Xbox One.

Microsoft has announced that DICE’s multiplayer only World War 2 shooter Battlefield 1943 is the latest addition to the Xbox backward-compatibility program. If you don’t know Battlefield 1943 was digital and console only game which launched on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 in 2009. This was DICE’s second try at WW2, coming seven years after Battlefield 1942.

Battlefield 1943 was also a budget-priced game and it will cost you today for $10/£1 /AU$15 in the Xbox Store. The game is now also accessible through EA Access vault.

The game received high critical ratings upon release and has a score of 83 on Metacritic.

1943 is a first-person game which enables up to 24 partners by choosing to be either Rifleman, Infantryman, or Scout across four different maps including Wake Island, Guadalcanal, Iwo Jima, and Coral sea which also has 43 million combined community kills on it. There were also some vehicles available including fighter, tank, car and landing craft which made the experience better than ever. 1943 also features the Frostbite Engine for its environmental damage which is great to know about from a game that released in 2009.

Battlefield 1943 is always on the list of Battlefield fan and still, if you haven’t tried then this is the perfect time to get some blood on your hands and experience the World War 2 before the release of next Battlefield 5.

Speaking of World war 2, the next Battlefield 5 is also based on world war 2 which consists of the single-player campaign unlike Black Ops 4 which is called War Stories, a coop mode called Combined arms and multiplayer which has always been the core part of the series. Also, there is no premium pass this time for Battlefield 5.

Are you going to play Battlefield 1943 once again on Xbox One? Let us know in the comments below.