Although the Battlefield 3 Fault Line trailer went live last week, DICE has more to talk about concerning the popular video. This time executive producer Patrick Bach gives commentary as he plays the game – interesting stuff.
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We know Modern Warfare 2′s the most popular shooter in town, but that doesn’t mean the others haven’t been successful. Particular DICE’s Battlefield Bad Company 2, which, according the developer’s product manager Kevin O’Leary, has sold a satisfying 5 million copies and counting.
Battlefield: Bad Company 2 is still rolling strong. It’s been out for quite some time now. Adding to the game’s longevity is a spanking new video EA’s released showing off some footage from the new VIP Map Pack 6.
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You’re man of war. It’s in you blood. Your dad served, all your brothers and even you sister works for the defense force. Your life, you’ve noticed, must take the same route, and so you’ve made up your mind from young, preparing physically and mentality for the challenge to come.
I’m sure you can remember Wedbush Morgan Securities analyst, Michael Pachter’s statement recently, after the NPD sales report showed that the gaming industry experienced more declines for the month of June when he and others like himself predicted growth.
Thought Battlefield: Bad Company 2 was only doing well in the west? You can’t be blamed, shooters almost never fair well in the land of the rising sun. But amongst the few that have made a decent dent in said market including Halo 3 and Killzone 2, room will have to be made for yet another to join the roster. One Battlefield: Bad Company 2.
It’s doing a pretty dainty job over there.
Long awaited and beloved feature for Battlefield junkies is finally up and soon-to-be-running.
DICE takes not one, but two awards from the Swedish Game Awards, winning both categories they were nominated for.
A patch that was due to be released yesterday for the PC version of Battlefield: Bad Company 2 will be made available today.
These days Mac is the recipient of much love. Steam is heading over, the Left 4 Dead titles will support multiplayer between PC and Macs and so it’s love Mac owners haven’t experienced before we know. But when it rains it pours, whether good or bad.
This past week Battlefield: Bad Company 2′s server crashed; was it the result of the overwhelming retail success the game has been enjoying? No one knows for sure but there’s one truth that holds true: in the UK, for now, BBC2 rule the charts.
And to think many called doom and gloom on PC gaming! In recent times, multiplatform titles have seen most of their sales come from the console versions, but not so with Battlefield: Bad Company 2.
Tomorrow, we go to war. Guns, bombs, trucks, helicopters, allies, enemies – you name it and you’ll find it. Tomorrow it’s war.
Battlefield: Bad Company 2′s new TV spot is after the jump, are you signed up for battle? Kiss the girl goodbye.
EA and DICE’s Battlefield: Bad Company 2 has put out a T.V. ad to get the blood pumping for their upcoming installment in the First-Person shooter genre.
Battlefield: Bad Company 2 is set to explode on our screens in less than four days, and EA has even sweetened the deal for BFBC2 new game purchasers by including a Day 1 map pack DLC.