Battlefield Bad Company 2

Battlefield Bad Company 2

Battlefield Bad Company 2

Battlefield: Bad Company 2 is a first-person shooter video game developed by the Swedish firm EA DICE and published by Electronic Arts for Microsoft WindowsPlayStation 3Xbox 360iOS and Kindle Fire systems. It is a direct sequel to Battlefield: Bad Company and is part of the Battlefield game series. It was released worldwide in March 2010. The iOS port was released on the App Store on December 16, 2010.[9] A Kindle Fire version was released in June 2012.[11]

Battlefield Bad Company 2 The game is primarily a squad-level first-person shooter based in a contemporary modern warfare setting. Additionally, the game includes a single-playercampaign, where the player re-assumes the role of Preston Marlowe, the protagonist of the original game. The game’s Frostbite 1.5 engine allows for destructible environments.[12] Multiplayer maps, which allow for five different game modes, contain a wide selection of vehicles, aircraft and emplacements.

The game was met with positive reception from critics, garnering a mean of 88 from aggregator Metacritic for the Xbox 360 and PS3 versions, and 87 for the PC version. It became a commercial success, selling more than twelve million units since its initial release. Seven VIP map packs, as well as a downloadable game mode, were added after launch; an expansion pack, Battlefield: Bad Company 2: Vietnam (centered on the Vietnam War), released on December 21, 2010.

Battlefield Bad Company 2 is primarily a first-person shooter, it follows other games in the series by allowing the player to control certain vehicles, including ATVsAPCs, tanks, and helicopters. On foot, players are given access to a variety of real-world small arms such as assault rifles and machine guns. Players can also jump, crouch, and sprint. They can carry one primary weapon and a pistol in multiplayer, or two primary weapons in single-player, as well as grenades and other equipment. Players can fire “from the hip”, but zooming in and using iron sightsreflex sights, or telescopic sights (depending on the weapon) will provide much better accuracy when shooting.

Bad Company 2 heavily emphasizes destructible environments. Large sections of most buildings can be destroyed by explosives, and some walls and fences break down under barrages of bullets, with the game’s physics engine realistically simulating the destruction.

The game utilizes a “regenerating health” system, rather than giving players health points as older games in the Battlefield series have done. To accommodate this in multiplayer, the “Medic” equipment now accelerates health regeneration rather than directly restoring the player’s health. If a player is wounded, he or she must take cover and avoid damage in order to regain health. A heavily wounded player will see dirt and blood around the edges of the screen.

Single-player[edit]

Bad Company 2 features a story-driven single-player campaign. For most of the narrative, the player takes control of Preston Marlowe, one of the members of the titular “Bad Company”. The exception to this is the first mission, which is set prior to the rest of the campaign. Each mission is divided into a series of objectives, often interspersed with cutscenes which simulate the style of war films. While the other members of Bad Company will engage in combat, the game relies upon the player to complete the objectives and kill most of the enemies. Although the player’s computer-controlled allies can never die, they cannot carry out objectives. Aside from infantry combat, the campaign contains several missions in which the player controls a vehicle, or mans a weapon turret while a teammate controls the vehicle.

Each weapon in the campaign is considered a collectible – the first time the player picks up that type of weapon, a “Collectable Unlocked” message appears. There are also sensor stations throughout the campaign which the player can find and destroy – this is also recorded in the campaign stats. “Supply Drop” crates are scattered throughout the missions, where the player can exchange weapons and replenish ammo. The Supply Drop crates will remember any weapon the player picks up and this weapon will then be available for the rest of the campaign.

Minimum System Requirements

  • Video Card: 256 MB NVIDIA GeForce 7800GT
  • OS: Windows XP
  • Processor: Core 2 DUO @ 2 GHz
  • Memory: 2 GB
  • Hard Drive: 15 GB for Digital Version, 10 GB for Disc Version
  • Sound Card: DirectX Compatible
  • DirectX: 9.0c
  • Keyboard and Mouse
  • DVD Rom Drive

Recommended System Requirements

  • Video Card: 512 MB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 260
  • OS: Windows Vista/7
  • Processor: Any Quadcore Processor
  • Memory: 2 GB
  • Hard Drive: 15 GB for Digital Version, 10 GB for Disc Version
  • Sound Card: DirectX Compatible
  • DirectX: 10
  • Keyboard and Mouse
  • DVD Rom Drive

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