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This mainly multiplayer focused expansion to Battlefield 1942 has you fighting with up to 64 fellow gamers during the least known battles of World War II, the Italian and Sicilian campaigns.

Along with the same gameplay elements of the original title, Road to Rome adds two new forces to fight as (French legionnaires and Italian forces), eight new vehicles (including the German BF-110 bombers), new handheld weapons (rifle grenade launcher, the British Sten SMG and bayonets) and six maps based on the Italian and Sicilian campaigns, including Operation Husky.

A single player mode is also included, adding improved AI and no scripting, allowing unique gameplay everytime you play.


Battlefield 1942: The Road to Rome Windows Monte Santa Croce is a long map, so vehicles are the best help to reach the battle front
Battlefield 1942: The Road to Rome Windows Flying on the BF-110 over the battlefield
Battlefield 1942: The Road to Rome Windows Anzio Battle loading screen, one of the new maps we can find in this expansion
Battlefield 1942: The Road to Rome Windows Using the bazooka in the middle of the German post

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Alternate Titles

  • "戰地風雲1942:羅馬之路 ( 資料片)" -- Chinese spelling (traditional)
  • "Battlefield 1942: La Campagne d'Italie " -- French title

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Good expansion pack. sbikerbud (10) unrated

Critic Reviews Mar 26, 2003 92 out of 100 92
PC Gamer Apr, 2003 90 out of 100 90
PC Games (Germany) Feb, 2003 86 out of 100 86
GameZone Feb 13, 2003 8.5 out of 10 85
Adrenaline Vault, The (AVault) Mar 10, 2003 4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars 80
Stratos Group Mar 18, 2003 3.8 out of 5 76 Feb 21, 2003 13 out of 20 65 (UK) Jan 31, 2003 6 out of 10 60
Gamekult Feb 17, 2003 6 out of 10 60
Joystick (French) Feb, 2003 6 out of 10 60


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Kartanym (10726) added Battlefield 1942: The Road to Rome (Windows) on Mar 25, 2003