I even enjoyed Battlefield 1. Until I didn't.
Campaign was decent in BF1, but way too short for me, the value in previous BF titles was always the outstanding multiplayer. Even BF4's campaign was pretty good, but much too short as well. The BF1 multiplayer just didn't click for me, felt too fast-paced and enclosed, more like a CoD game in many ways. What I enjoyed in BF 3 and 4 was the strategy element of having 4 man squads capturing objectives (I only ever play conquest). To me, it seems like DICE have changed their formula more towards CoD in later installments, which is dumb since the people who buy and play BF are often the ones who don't want CoD, for a number of reasons.
End of 2016 hardware sales:
Wii U: 15 million. PS4: 54 million. One: 30 million. 3DS: 64.8 million. PSVita: 15.2 million.