First person shooter fans could be forgiven for thinking that nothing could top the mighty Modern Warfare 2. However, looming on the horizon, is a new title which, given the quality of its predecessors, could well take the horrendously oversaturated first person shooter genre by storm.
Out March, Battlefield: Bad Company 2 promises to delight virtual war enthusiasts with a single player campaign which boosts fully destructible environments, and a multiplayer game mode capable of supporting 24 big egos…(admittedly this has been scaled down from 64, but only in order to improve gameplay.)
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One of the best elements of previous Battlefield games has been the hilarious banter between squad members, and from the previews, it looks like Bad Company 2 still carries on this tradition. The single player story sees you dropped behind enemy lines as part of a renegade squad of four on some kind of personal mission to get even, and in terms of gameplay, you’re pretty much able do whatever you want within the game's sandbox style environment.
Weapons and vehicles are for the taking; tactics can be adapted and improvised on the spot, whilst all buildings and scenery are fully destructible. Some the previews stated that although this still applied to previous Battlefield titles, the buildings could be incredibly stubborn and took a long time to take down. However, Bad Company 2 gets the balance right, allowing you to easily indulge in all kinds of crazy demolitions. Bad Company 2 on the PC is already being dubbed as something special, and if you’re a fan of good FPS titles, you’d me mad not to check this one out.
Check out Dealspwn's Battlefield Bad Company 2 review here.
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