DICE is not expanding the Battlefield: Bad Company 2 Vietnam, but they are redeveloping the engine of the game so tat fifteen new weapons can be added along with 49 songs for the vehicle radio. More to this, six vehicles are also being added that are associated with the Vietnam war.
According to the latest blog post of Electronic Arts (EA), the company is focussing on few changes in the game to make it Vietnam compliant. Most of the existing tools of BBC2 still function the same way, but they are reskinned to make it more accurate to the era. Now, games will not only get the tech gadgets such as the blocks of C4, but they will also have bundles of dynamite. This time, the vehicle repair tool is like a blow torch and adrenaline syringes are the defibrillators.
This time players won’t be able to use motion sensor of high tech. Tracer dart is not there and there is also no more spotting assistance in it. Well, for improving the navigation, DICE has now added a compass in the game that integrates with the minimap.
From the Twitter post of designer Gustav Halling, it has been confirmed that Tuk-Tuk has been added in BBC 2.
The new multiplayer expansion for BBC2 has been confirmed by EA DICE and they also confirm that this expansion will place players in Vietnam War.
The multiplayer expansion is titled Vietnam and gamers will be able to fight as the North Vietnamese Army or the US Marines in skirmishes deep within the Vietnamese jungle.
Recently at the E3 conference of Electronic Arts the expansion was unveiled and the DLC will be featuring 4 new maps and all of these will be playable in all Battlefield modes. Even with the Rush and Conquest.
A “host of authentic vehicles and weapons” will be there in the DLC and also “powerful air ivasions and guerrilla tactics.” There will be expansion of hostile jungle terrain in the maps.
EA said that the Vietnam pack will hit the Xbox 360, PS3 and PC market this winter. Well, nothing was said about the pricing of the expansion.