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:
At the EA’s pre-TGS press event there was a bit more of Battlefield: Bad Company 2 revealed. The press people saw newly revealed desert-based map at the event.
In it, according to the media, there were plenty of new maps supported by DICE’s new “Frostbite” engine.
In one of the example in the game a helicopter fully leveled a building with missiles. The entire thing what the press saw was crumbled fantastically.
Frostbite even had scaled down from the mass destruction to fine detail. In it the gunfire can chip away at blockades and also at the cover points.
The media persons saw players being shot at through a wooden fence and the fences were seen to be real with bullet holes and splintered wood.
There were also seen more than fifteen vehicles such as tanks, jeeps and boats. More to this, there were over forty weapons and gadgets, and over fifteen thousand possible kit variations.
The developer of Battlefield Bad Company DICE and Electronic Arts (EA) released a new cinematic trailer for the forthcoming Battlefield Bad Company 2.
It is seen in this newly released trailer that there is a group, may be Bad Company, and they infiltrate an enemy encampment and proceeds further.
Here is the trailer. Check out yourself where the presumed Bad Company proceeds further.
A game that has broken servers. A game that has spectacular sales records with its popularity is too odd that PC, XBLA and PSN effort Battlefield 1943 hasn’t been exploited with the DLC.
Then what is the deal till far?
Okay, it seems that the developer DICE is in fact very busy working on Battlefield 3 and also Bad Company 2 to spend time making new maps.
“We don’t have any immediate plans right now, but it’s not ruled out,” producer (and potential superstar DJ with that name) Gordon Van Dyke told Joystiq of DICE’s lack of DLC plans.
He also said that there is a lot of pressure on the entire team for Battlefield 3 and Battlefield: Bad Company 2 and they don’t want to stretch things too thin and make something that is not matching the quality standard.
He further added that Battlefield 1942 is a huge game with a lot that they can pull from. DICE only wants to make it sure that they keep their options open and at the same time also to make it sure that the decision they land on is what is best for everyone.
He also mentioned that the company does not want to be of that kind which pushes out DLC just for DLC’s sake.