PC version of Battlefield: Bad Company 2 delayed
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.