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Battlefield: Bad Company 2
Box artwork for Battlefield: Bad Company 2.
Developer(s) EA Digital Illusions CE
Publisher(s) Electronic Arts
Release date(s)
Genre(s) First-person shooter
System(s) Windows, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360
Mode(s) Single player, Multiplayer
Rating(s)
ESRB: ESRB M.png Mature
OFLC: OFLC MA15.svg Mature Accompanied & Restricted
PEGI: PEGI 16.png Ages 16+
Preceded by Battlefield: Bad Company
Series Battlefield
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Battlefield: Bad Company 2 is a first-person shooter developed by EA Digital Illusions CE and published by Electronic Arts for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360. The game is a direct sequel to Battlefield: Bad Company. The game was released in 2010 on March 2 in North America, March 4 in Europe, and March 5 in the UK.

Battlefield: Bad Company 2 is set in various environments from around the world, including the mountainous regions along the borders of Russia. Like its predecessor, Bad Company 2 features destructible environments. The system is dubbed "Destruction 2.0," and the level of destruction is extended—players can now completely collapse a building as opposed to only blowing out walls. Along with Battlefield Vietnam, Bad Company 2 is one of only two games in the Battlefield series to have blood without third-party modification.

Limited Editions[edit]

Two limited editions of the game were released - the first was the Bad Company 2 Limited Edition. This version of the game allowed players four unlocks for vehicles and two WW2-era weapons. Both the unlocks and the weapons can be obtained by players who do not have the Limited Edition. The second limited edition of the game was the Bad Company 2 Ultimate Edition. This edition is available only for the console versions of the game. It includes the aforementioned unlocks and weapons in addition to Battlefield 1943 and Bad Company 2's Onslaught mode, which is currently console-specific.

Downloadable Content[edit]

VIP Map Packs must be obtained via a special code entered with every new copy of the game. Players lacking the codes must pay for the maps. PC players automatically download the maps along with any other patch, and don't pay extra.

DLC Name Content
VIP Map Pack 1 Nelson Bay (Rush)
Laguna Alta (Conquest)
VIP Map Pack 2 Arica Harbour (Conquest)
Laguan Presa (Rush)
VIP Map Pack 3 Nelson Bay (Squad Deathmatch)
Laguna Alta (Squad Rush)
VIP Map Pack 4 Atacama Desert (Rush)
Port Valdez (Rush)
CAV buggy
VADS anti-aircraft Gatling gun
XM307 Grenade launcher turret
QLZ-87 Grenade launcher turret
VIP Map Pack 5 White Pass (Rush)
Nelson Bay (Conquest)
VIP Map Pack 6 Laguna Presa (Squad Rush)
Panama Canal (Squad Deathmatch)
VIP Map Pack 7 Oasis (all modes)
Harvest Day (all modes)
Cold War (Rush, Squad Rush, Squad Deathmatch)
Heavy Metal (Conquest, Squad Deathmatch)
SPECACT Pack M16A2, UMP-45, MG3, M95 variants
New uniforms for multiplayer
Differences are aesthetic only.
Available for purchase for PC and consoles.
Kit Shortcut All weapons and specializations for all classes.
Costs $6.00 USD (560 MS Points) for individual shortcuts
Costs $20.00 USD (1600 MS Points) for all shortcuts.
Onslaught See Intro to Multiplayer.
Unavailable for PC players.
Costs $9.99 USD or 800 MS Points.

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