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.
Battlefield Bad Company 2 multiplayer beta is presently available on the PlayStation 3 with only single mode and of course a giant map called Arica Harbour. In the Rush Mode of the game, players only need to destroy the tactical points as the offensive party. Yes, the others have to defend these. Earlier this mode was known as Gold Rush, hence there is nothing new.
The destructable environments of Battlefield Bad Company 2 differs it from other shooters. Here, in this game, almost everything can be taken down and because of this there are left no hiding places. The game makes players always on the move.
As in the previous Bad Company, players can here choose from series of vehicles which are used in practical for the offence and also the defense. The speed vehicles such as the quads are in fact ideal to cross the large distances in the game plot and the tanks are the truly power beast in it.
Helicopter can be controlled remotely from the base in the game and it can be used for exploration and also for offensive means. The weapons arsenal are also extended these are adjusted as per ones choice.
We know that the first Battlefield Bad Company was not available on the PC. This time Electronic Arts and DICE have decided to give something back to the community. Hence, the developer reacted sharply when Infinity Ward, the major competitor, and its Modern Warfare 2, had announced all the cheap shots it took at the PC platform.
After the developer of Modern Warfare 2 announced that its game will support multiplayer matches and it could be shopped down to a maximum of 18 total players, DICE also have started this as a perfect publicity stunt.
DICE have realized its mistake with the first version of BC and has stepped forth making sure that the same mistake will not be repeated in the upcoming game.
At present the game is running in beta form, but only for the PlayStation 3. The developer now decides to roll out on the PC by next year.
According to DICE, “The BFBC2 PS3 Beta has been a huge success thanks to the massive participation (300,000+ people) and invaluable feedback.”
It also said, “The team is, and has been, very busy reviewing tons [of] telemetry data, feedback from the community, and implementing it into the final game for an amazing launch this March 2010.”
The makers of beloved Battlefield franchise, EA DICE, are at it again. This time they have developed a sequel to original Bad Company of 2008. This time they have focused on something that we all will love, the multiplayer.
Its Battlefield: Bad Company 2. It is due to be released next year in March. If any of the crazy gamer threw down $5 to reserve the game at the GameStop or at the Best Buy, or even snagged a code from Sony directly, then he gets access to the shooter now. Yes, three months before it releases.
In the beta version of Battlefield: Bad Company 2 there is one massively scaled multiplayer map to enjoy dubbed “Arica.”
Arica environment consists of many attacks or defend points in series that is littered with tall structures, claustrophobia-inducing buildings and alleyways. Oh yes, the Abrams tanks is also there to have fun with.
Battlefield: Bad Company supports 12 on 12 multiplayer mayhem. It runs on Frostbite Engine and this game allows for total destruction of almost everything on the screen.