Normally, I am not one to clamour over demos. I rarely get excited when they hit the marketplace, and people that announce them get a ‘meh’ response from me. Battlefield: Bad Company 2 deserves much better.
A number of players in the TA community have picked up Battlefield: Bad Company
and enjoy multiplayer matches in the evening, attempting to get those legendary achievements, Beans Bullets Bandages!
and I am Bad Company!
With the release date approaching (it is still over a month away) the excitement for the game’s release has been slowly simmering.
DICE made a surprise announcement today with Battlefield: Bad Company 2’s multiplayer demo hitting the marketplace today. Right now. Go get it, or click on the external link below and queue it now.
Here is some pertinent information regarding the demo from DICE’s public relations machine:
The Battlefield: Bad Company 2 console demo and PC beta will feature Port Valdez, a new vehicle focused map where up to 24 players (32 on PC) will compete against each other as either the US or Russian armies in the game’s Rush multiplayer mode. Players will have access to five land and three air vehicles where the Russian side can use everything in their arsenal including Main Battle Tanks as well as the fast-moving Quad Bikes and Mobile Armored AA. The fight will also be packed with plenty of infantry combat fought alongside the waterline towards a great oil industrial landscape in the Alaskan
Battlefield: Bad Company 2 will be in stores on March 2, 2010 in North America and March 4, 2010 in Europe for the Xbox 360® videogame and entertainment system, PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system and the PC. The Limited Edition can be pre-ordered now on all platforms at no extra cost, with participating retailers worldwide (while supplies last).
Why are you still reading this? Do yourself a favor and experience Battlefield: Bad Company 2.