Bohemia Interactive's Arma III bears a number of similarities to Battlefield. It features a massive, sprawling map and is also set in the near future.
If you like Battlefield's trademark massive maps and huge player counts, 2019's Call of Duty: Modern Warfare might also appeal to you.
One of Battlefield's biggest competitors in the FPS space is Activision's Call of Duty series, and the battle royale game Warzone may appeal to Battlefield fans.
Not every mode in Halo might appeal to Battlefield fans, but there is one that could: Big Team Battle. Halo's largest game type drops players onto the franchise's
Developer Black Matter's World War II shooter Hell Let Loose invites players to duke it out in battles set in the Western Front at places like Carentan, Omaha Beach, and Foy.
If you like Battlefield's large-scale combat, its huge arsenal of weapons, equipment, and vehicles, and its gigantic player counts, then PUBG is probably another game worth trying out
If you're a fan of Battlefield's trademark large-scale multiplayer, you might enjoy Squad, the military shooter from developer Offworld Industries. The first-person shooter released in 2020
Also developed by DICE, Star Wars: Battlefront II is a phenomenal sci-fi shooter featuring a huge roster of giant maps that successfully captures the feeling of being part
Valve's Team Fortress 2 might have released back in 2007, but the game is still thriving today and it's, simply put, a well-made team-based shooter that is a helluva lot of fun.
2015's Verdun is a World War I shooter not unlike DICE's own Battlefield 1. The game supports 32v32 multiplayer matches set on maps based on real-world battlefields of the first World War