With Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 developer Infinity Ward promising to cure the shooter's "mapathy" with some downloadable content on March 30, Battlefield: Bad Company 2 developer EA DICE has thrown down the gauntlet.
The same day, March 30, will see DICE release its second "VIP Map Pack" for Bad Company 2, it revealed in a blog post titled "how to avoid 'mapathy' without paying."
Available as a free unlock to those that bought the game new, VIP Map Pack 2 will enable players to play Arica Harbor in Conquest Mode and Laguna Presa in Rush Mode.
"The Battlefield: Bad Company game was a cross-over of both genre and attitudes designed to inject more fun and action into the Battlefield franchise. Set during a fictional war between America and Russia, players controlled a group of soldiers with the sort of personality flaws that while rendering them completely inappropriate for military service did make them more interesting than the generic, nameless grunts you see in most military games."
It's a busy day for Battlefield: Bad Company 2 as the shooter's demo has hit the Xbox Live Marketplace while the PC pre-order beta begins at "approximately 6pm CET, 12pm EST, and 9am PST"--all celebrated with a new trailer from the 'Port Valdez' map.
The Xbox 360 demo will expire on February 25, while sadly for PC gamers pre-ordering will be their only way to play before launch.
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