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EA Expands Battlefield: Bad Company 2

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The birth of the FPS

DICE, an EA studio, today announced that two massive, all-new multiplayer maps for Battlefield: Bad Company 2 will be unlocked on March 2nd when the game launches in North America. This map pack features the Laguna Alta map playable in Conquest mode and Nelson Bay map playable in Rush mode, bringing the total number of multiplayer maps up to 10. Later in March, DICE will release yet another map pack at no extra charge*, giving players a chance to experience the Arica Harbor map in Conquest mode and Laguna Presa map in Rush mode. Available in the box, the content packs are unlocked by simply inputting a VIP code**.

"Battlefield: Bad Company 2 will redefine online modern warfare on March 2. We are deeply committed to the FPS community and Battlefield fans worldwide," said Patrick Bach, Senior Producer for Battlefield: Bad Company 2. "These first two map packs are just the beginning. We're planning ongoing support for the community by always keeping the experience fresh and ensuring the best possible gameplay experience."

Battlefield: Bad Company 2 is setting a new standard for action games with the quality of its highly detailed, war-torn landscapes and massive, destructible environments. The game's tactical destruction shakes up the gameplay delivering epic battles never before seen in a modern warfare game.

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 of Battlefield: Bad Company 2 can be pre-ordered now on all platforms at no extra cost, with participating retailers worldwide (while supplies last).

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Mortal Kombat was classic! To be fair it still looks and plays well today!

Thrill Kill was the most Violent game of the 90's though

hahaha thrill kill!
i remember in secondary school - it was like the black market for that game “ive got Thrill kill coming in on import if u wanna buy it?”

classic :D
nice article Steven :) proper good and took me right back….

Felt a pang of .. loss… for those old days of good Carmageddon madness too. Nick used to play it incessantly and his neighbourhood was always fraught with danger the day after…. ;)
ahhhhh fond memories, I have the Carmageddon Collectors version which came with a certificate of insanity.
carmageddon violence…brings back the memories!!