Battlefield: Bad Company 2 is on the way to its release date. It is going to hit the stores in March.
This news is for those fans of Bad Company who didn’t get a chance to try the PlayStation 3 exclusive beta of the game. That was a huge success and the biggest game retailer of UK has indicated a demo of it on the horizon.
The UK Retailer GAME has now made a list of playable demos and that will be accessible on the PSN and XBL. The demo of the game will be running for 3 weeks from February 4.
According to a recent post from the Official blog of Battlefield, it is learned that there is a good chance a demo is on the way.
“See you on the PC Beta (Jan 28th), Console Demo (TBD), and then the real deal Battlefield (Mar 2nd & 5th 2010) that will rock your souls!”
Many believes that Battlefield: Bad Company 2 may crush Modern Warfare 2 in all aspects. Well, let us wait till March 2 in North America and March 5 in Europe.
All PC owners will very soon be getting a crack at the Electronic Arts’ multiplayer beta first-person shooter Battlefield: Bad Company 2.
On the official blog of the studio, the developer DICE has revealed that all PC players can now test out the multiplayer component of the game as beta from January 28 to February 25. The Bad Company 2 will be hitting the shelves on March 2 this year.
As it is of the PlayStation 3 beta that concluded in December that the PC players will be trying the Rush mode of the game in which teams of 16 battle for control of a military base.
Port Valdez, the map, features snowy landscapes and also battles that is “fought alongside the waterline towards a great oil industrial landscape in the Alaskan mountains,” writes the blog post.
DICE informs that they will be revealing some more details on the downloading of the beta as the release date of the game approaches. For Xbox 360 there has been no word yet.
Last month the private beta of Electronic Arts Battlefield: Bad Company 2 was released and it has been appeasing all the gamers and fans appetite for war ever since. The fun is not over. Here is good news for all those gamers who want more fun of this beta version. We’ve got good news.
The official twitter account of Battlefield Bad Company 2 tweets that gamers can for enjoy the games’ beta version for a little longer time. It says that the servers are not getting closed now. It will stay open a little while longer.
Here is what the tweet is on the official Battlefield Bad Company 2 twitter account: “Haggard took out one of Santa’s Reindeer so the #PS3 Beta is going a bit longer while we deal w/the police report.”
Well, there has not been mentioned about when the private beta will officially end. So, keep connected with the PlayStation LifeStyle and enjoy the game for few more days and till then we will keep you updated to the status of this private beta.
DICE, the developer of Battlefield series, announced recently about the delay in the beta Battlefield: Bad Company 2 PC version. It says in its official website that it may come to market by next year.
The positive side of this is that Gordon Van Dyke of DICE claimed that this new beta version build will be having improved quality, improved stablity and also more good features.
He wrote on the website, “With the huge success of the PS3 Beta we decided to drastically increase the PC Beta’s capacity to insure as many people as possible could participate.”
He also mentions, “Unfortunately this meant we had to delay the Beta to very early next year giving us more planning time to make it happen and implement more optimizations.”
Developer DICE also has spent too much time talking about how this PC game will be better than the console versions with having the play count boosted from 24 to 32 along with advanced DirectX 10 and DirectX 11 support. Not to forget, it will also be having Nvidia 3D Vision support.
As announced earlier that this game will have dedicated servers and extra optimisations for squad play. Moreover, it will also have “professional grade” servers for clans to hire out.
New screenshots for Battlefield Bad Company 2 has been released by DICE. Not much has been yet known about the storyline of the game, but it is sure that gamers will get variety of environments that includes snowy mountaintops and jungles.
During GamesCom it was conformed that Battlefield Bad Company will be released on March 5, 2010.
Last month new details of multiplayer mode were also revealed. It was confirmed for fifteen vehicles and forty-six varieties of weapons that too with customized mode.
Well, here are the four screens of Battlefield Bad Company 2:
Growth of download services in digital form on consoles over the past few years means that developers and publishers can explore new ways to offer this new experiences of gaming and also at the same time rewind back to familiar old ones, whether a classic arcade game or the return of the dual-stick shooter.
Sierra, Konami and Namco have been on board from the initial stage with numerous titles, but Electronic Arts wasn’t so quick to the draw. With the beginning of this year, however, EA has made a significant turnaround and also at the same time has significantly ramped up releases, the first one with NHL 3-On-3 Arcade, then the upcoming Hasbro Family Game Night, and finally the today’s burning topic - Battlefield 1943.
The developer EA DICE has taken the ideas behind 3 classic Battlefield 1942 maps, had recreated them using the Battlefield: Bad Company engine and then tinkered with each, and intends to release them as a standalone download for the Xbox Live Arcade, PlayStation Network, and also for the PC called Battlefield 1943.
Battlefield: Bad Company will be getting 4 new Conquest maps today & tomorrow, as EA has just finished uploading the Community Choice Map Pack for the Playstation 3 & Xbox 360. The 4 new BFBC Conquest maps are available now on PS Store and would bel hitting Xbox 360 tomorrow via the Xbox Live Marketplace. All 4 maps are free ofcourse.
Along with the 4 new conquest maps, the game update includes enhancements to the gameplay and PlayStation 3 Trophy support as well.
BFBC Fans earlier had the chance to vote on which two single-player levels they wanted to see as multiplayer maps. Par for the Course and Acta Non Verba won, so those maps are both included here. The other two maps were selected by the Battlefield: Bad Company development team: Ghost Town and Crossing Over. Those choices just so happen to be the community’s third and fourth choices, as well.
Hello guys i was on a holiday so was not able to update the blog in time. One of the most recent news that i wanted to share with all your BFBC fans is that the EA Bosses are planning to produce the sequels of the game Battlefield: Bad Company alongwith two other games Dead Space and Army of Two. This is a very nice news for all the BFBC gamers and yeah there is more to look ahead in future.
It is believed that the Battlefield Bad Company Sequel would be released and shipped as early as next year’s summer. So let us await more updates from them.
Anyhow what could be the name of the Sequel to BFBC, any guesses??
DICE Battlefield: Bad Company map picks revealed…
With the upcoming release of “Acta Non Verba” and “Par for the Course” multiplayer maps selected by the community, we’d also like to share information on what the additional maps selected by the Battlefield: Bad Company team here at DICE are. Drum roll please…… the winners are “Ghost Town” and “Crossing Over”. These were the additional maps that we felt would be the best for Conquest mode and coincidentally the 3rd and 4th most popular maps from community voting - great minds think alike! The team is really looking forward to sharing these new Conquest Maps with you for free this October.
More news about the update; we have not stopped looking into the VoIP issue on PS3. We are working hard here at DICE and with our partners at Sony to help improve and fix the PS3 VoIP issue. We have also seen some questions about our awards, especially the Savior Trophy and Staying Dry Wild Card. The Savior Trophy has been adjusted to be more achievable and the Staying Dry Wild Card has had its description corrected in the menu. After the update, it will read “Get 50 road kills with the boat in multiplayer”. A news announcement with a full list of fixes and changes that have been included in this update will be released in the near future.
Award Tip: To achieve the Top Squad Wild Card you must earn the Best Squad Trophy in all Gold Rush maps and 10 Squad points. Squad points can be earned by either repairing friendlies’ vehicles (10 points), healing a friendly (10 points), or being a savior of a friendly soldier (15 points).
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Starting today at the Battlefield: Bad Company™ website players worldwide can vote to determine which two single player levels will be turned into unique maps for the multiplayer Conquest mode. This vote gives players the chance to revisit popular locations from the single player campaign, such as the golf course in Par For the Course, now in an intense multiplayer match. The two maps with the most votes by Tuesday, September 2nd will win.
If that isn’t enough good news for Battlefield fans, the Bad Company team at DICE will also choose an additional two maps for the Conquest mode. That makes FOUR new maps available to download for free this fall.
Made famous by Battlefield 1942™ and Battlefield 2™, Conquest mode pits players against each other in a fast paced battle to eliminate the opposing team’s tickets. Players deplete their opponent’s tickets by one point per kill and can cause their opponents tickets to spiral downwards by capturing control points.
Developed by Sweden-based developer DICE, Battlefield: Bad Company is available on the PLAYSTATION®3 computer entertainment system and the Xbox 360™ videogame and entertainment system.
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