Before officially announced, the ESRB had leaking game announcement by giving a game rating. Huge example they have, but all those looks as if they have moved into some more specialized subject of leaking game content. These people have let slip the BC2 in their expanded rating description of Battlefield that obviously begins in World War II.
The description put in plain words via Kotaku “In single-player mode, players conduct missions on an unnamed Japanese island during World War II and then move into the modern day through jungles, deserts, and snowy terrain,”. But it’s surprise of duration the game staying set in Word War II.
That’s sure; the most famous war in the first-person shooter genre in the original Battlefield 1942 is no outsider. As it sequels went on to Vietnam and modern times, the name implies as well as was set during global conflict. Although the ESRB didn’t tell their game sinister and bizarre but they can at least be satisfied.
A field of battle where there is no room for heroism or patriotism, but where only the strongest does not pull the bucket, where only those who have replaced God with trivial material land is respected.
Here are the premises of Battlefield: Bad Company, sequel to a saga that, in its small, has made the history of first-person shooter.
The plot itself does not offer some kind of innovation, although right from the opening bars, Bad Company decides to “disconnect” from their duty and follow a path that will lead them to battle against friends and foes.
On the technical side, we are facing what is perhaps one of the greatest bulwarks of next-generation. Maybe some textures can be a bit flat, but it flies over easily when we have before us a field so vast and so realistic physics.
The overall impact is great, the models of realistic characters and the feeling of being in a world alive and pulsating high. The overall impact is great, the models of realistic characters and the feeling of being in a world alive and pulsating high and even the shadow of aliasing, as annoying drop the frame-rate.
Battlefield: Bad Company, which the Swedish studio DICE released in mid-2008, stood out all the other shooters at the expense of uncomplicated and unobtrusive mockery. The Game was released in two different modes: Squad Deathmatch and Squad Rush.
The Squad Rush mode is similar to the mode of Rush, in which players are divided into two teams. One of which must destroy two checkpoints, while the other team must defend these points. The difference between Rush and Squad Rush will be in that Squad Rush will play only 8 players: 4×4.
The first part of the game came out only on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. The sequel will be released not only on these platforms, but also on personal computers but unless a user pre-orders he will have to wait 30 days to play the “Squad Rush” multiplayer mode. PC gamers will be able to play both in normal and in 3D-mode, which require special glasses and a monitor.
Bad company 2 beta demo will be released on forthcoming February 11 across North America and In Europe February 04 which now takes the place in the game’s Port Valdez map while it’s core U.S vs Russia first-person shooting revolves around the Rush mode. Well-known publisher Electronic Arts (EA) and developer D.I.C.E, confirmed it.
It tasted Battlefield of Xbox360 along with Bad Company 2’s online thrills and also with beta for PC players too.
In fact, Xbox 360 version able to host around 24 players and PC gamers can 32 players. This is the main differ of two platform.
According to the statement of Patrick Bachine, senior producer of Bad Company 2’s ““After the success of the PS3 beta, we’re excited to provide gamers – especially our long-supporting, rabidly passionate PC fans – with another opportunity to get into the game before release,”
In addition he told that our fans have been a huge part of the franchise’s success and we can’t wait for everyone to experience the amazing gameplay and unforgettable Battlefield moments in Battlefield: Bad Company 2.
“A field of battle where there is no room for heroism or patriotism, where only the strongest will survive, where only those who have replaced God with trivial material land is respected”, Here are the premises of Battlefield: Bad Company sequel to a saga that, in its small, has made the history of first-person shooter.
Massive destruction is the watchword of the game as Company ‘B’ fights through snow-capped peaks, jungles and remote villages. With a heavy arsenal of deadly weapons and a large number of vehicles available, members of the ‘B’ Company leaving for their mission is ready to sweep, bomb, destroy and destroy anything they encounter on the road.
The Game owners will have multiple options to authorize the game after being installed. Putting the DVD in the drive for a disc check or going online. DICE has programmed the authentication to be valid for a time period of 10,000 days.
Just like the Borderlands and the BioShock 2, Battlefield: Bad Company too may be cheaper if bought in bulk. The PC version of BBC2 can be purchased through Steam in a “buy three, get one free” bundle.
Karl-Magnus Troedsson, the executive producer tweeted on social networking site Twitter, “Lot’s of Q’s regarding the possibility of 4 pack BFBC2 bundle on Steam. We’re working on this, hope we can realize this options asap.”
Battlefield: Bad Company 2 is on the verge of its release. It will be hitting the stores in the first week of March this year. Little time is left for the developer to sort it out.
The Four Pack of BioShock 2 was announced just three weeks before the launch date of the game.
Battlefield: Bad Company 2 limited edition is now available for pre-order through Steam. On the pre-purchase there are extremely useful bonuses for the players.
One won’t be finding any life-sized weapon replicas or even the decal stickers in the Bad Company 2 limited edition. Dice and Electronic Arts are now bringing six pieces of equipment to help the gamers to kick the ass and take the names on the battlefield.
This new sequence of Bad Company is aiming to be a Modern Warfare-killer. It is well equipped with the destructible environments. Not to forget its large, compelling single-player storyline and also massive, action-packed online battles. This game is just about to topple Infinity Ward’s monster of a game.
This Battlefield: Bad Company 2 limited edition will be including some of the improved vehicle armor and also some improved weapons on armored vehicles. It will also have a vehicle motion sensor that will help in locating the enemy units near the vehicle. Not to forget, it will also be having a tracer dart pistol, and M1A1 sub-machine gun along with an M1911 pistol.
This pre-order will cost only $49.99 through Steam.
Finally, we had our hands on the limited beta of Battlefield: Bad Company 2, and it looks like DICE has improved on the things that are lacking, instead of reinventing the whole series, which is good.
While playing, I heard one of my team mates’ praise the flawlessness of this game – only on its beta phase - compared to the first one. Actually, I could not agree more. Everything just worked perfectly. The environment is even destructible! Oh
Arica Harbor, the only playable map in this beta game, features hills, buildings and deserts. Because the map is situated on the coast, the contrast of the blue water to the dessert adds more beauty. “Rush”, the only game mode available, requires the attacking team to seek and destroy the four crates which are placed in the map. When the ripsaws of the attacking team run out and a crater is left, the defending team wins.
The craze of Battlefield Bad: Company 2 is growing day by day as the date of its release is becoming closer. We all know about the original Battlefield: Bad Company. In it there was nothing like a bit of banter when the gamers blew things up. The BBC2 may also prove the same as the earlier version.
Developer Electronic Arts (EA) have once again, in this new sequel, reunited the hapless B Company for far more and far good destructive action and also some of the most amusing quips.
So, all the fans of Battlefield Bad: Company, get ready to cause more chaos and get ready to ride a host of battlefield vehicles in many terrain stretching from the snowy Russian villages to Panama canal. Also get ready to look forward to extensive online multiplayer options.
Wait till this new sequel is served globally, but do put your comments down below.
Battlefield: Bad Company 2 from developer Electronic Arts is paving a way to give a solid run for money to the blockbuster of Activision, Modern Warfare 2.
According to one of the gamers who played the beta version of Battlefield: Bad Company 2 recently, the game is a blast, figuratively and literally.
The beta version of the “Bad Company 2″ offers a glimpse of what the developer promises. The actual game is to be a rich online multiplayer experience that will put the spotlight on its exciting “rush” mode.
In the “Arica Harbor,” somewhat twenty-four players battle for the control of a dusty South American port town.
This new game is suppose to be the attackers’ job to move sequentially through 5 points on the map by blowing the defenders’ “m-com” stations away as they move ahead.
If all the 10 of the crates are destroyed then they win. If not then the defenders can reduce the attackers’ 100 lives, or tickets, to nil, they prevail.
The players get 4 classes from where they can choose. The assault class, the engineers, medics and the recon class.