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The Battlefield just got a little more rough

Get rid of that jacket and tie, don your battle uniform, grab that automatic weapon and get ready for some real warfare with Battlefield 2: Bad Company. The game was launched this week and is sure to keep all types of gamers glued to their screens.

Electronic Arts recently announced that Battlefield: Bad Company 2 is now available at retail stores. Battlefield: Bad Company 2 has received worldwide acclaim for its intense first-person modern warfare, spectacular destructible environments and seamless multiplayer experience supported by dedicated servers. Battlefield: Bad Company 2 has earned an average score of 94 on, including a perfect of 5 out of 5 from GamePro magazine, and 9.5 out of 10 from Game Informer magazine. The breathtaking squad based single-player campaign complements the vigorous Battlefield multiplayer action that Game Informer says, ‚rightfully challenges Modern Warfare for the multiplayer crown.‚

‚We’re extremely proud to deliver a game that we feel is the best Battlefield experience to date. Fans of the series will be thrilled to get back in the sandbox, now with stunningly beautiful landscapes, supreme vehicle warfare and totally destructible environments. We are also so excited to welcome new FPS and action gamers who will find the gameplay spontaneous and refreshing,‚ said Patrick Bach, Senior Producer for Battlefield: Bad Company 2.

Defined by its increasingly intense vehicular warfare, destruction, variety of weapons and huge sandbox environments, Battlefield: Bad Company 2 promises to be one of the finest online FPS games of 2010. Its dedicated servers that allow for smooth, seamless online play help it stand out among the competition. Developed using state of the art graphics technology, the PC version of Battlefield: Bad Company 2 is the first title in the Battlefield franchise to be 3-D-ready, playable in DirectX 11, and support multiple monitors for properly equipped PCs.

Battlefield: Bad Company 2 is available now in South Africa for the Xbox 360 videogame and entertainment system, PlayStation3 computer entertainment system and PC.

Keep an eye out next week for Gadget’s Battlefield: Bad Company 2 review. Also, if you have not yet, enter our competition at: The competition closes on Friday 12 March.

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