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derrickgott007, a member of PS3Blog.net has secured an interview with a Developer who works for DICE on Battlefield Bad Company 2. So leave your questions in the comments below and derrickgott007 will try to them answered for you!
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Here’s the new trailer released today for Battlefield: Bad Company 2. It showcases the map that will be available in the beta. The trailer was taken from a recording of one of their studio play tests, and here’s how it was put together:
After we’re done with our daily tests, we can replay the rounds over and over until we find the scenes we’re looking for. This way people can be sure that the game trailer they’re looking at represents the game they will get to play when it’s out.
So I flew around the level with my free cam, looking for some infantry fighting, some tank battles and of course some really cool destruction. After I was done capturing and editing, the sound team added the sound and music to set the mood and tone of the movie.
Reading through the comments on the source, some other details made it through via replies from Brad Bennett. Here are those details:
- There will be a Limited Edition
- Beta will run up to January 4th
- Focus right now is on Multiplayer, Single player info will be made available in the short future
- GameStop preorder will net you the exclusive AK-74
- If you preorder, you get Limited Edition at no extra cost, with 6 early unlocks
- There’s no local co-op, but they did hint at online co-op, but can’t give details straight away
- It’s rated “M” 😛
I’m contemplating preordering this game, it looks amazing! Anyone else?
Gordon Van Dyke, Associate Producer of the game, announced on the Official Blog that the Beta for BF: BC2 will be exclusive to PS3 owners. Here’s what he had to say about it:
Starting on November 19, the beta will feature the huge ‘Arica Harbour’ map where up to 24 players compete to secure valuable crates in the ‘Rush’ game mode as the action moves across a variety of different locations. From an initial vehicle assault on a military outpost the war winds through streets of a deserted town to an intense final fire-fight in an industrial harbour.
This Beta will apparently be available in multiple countries. As to how to get into the beta, the Official Blog will be having a giveaway, but you can also get in by preordering the game at participating retailers (probably GameStop) and from different gaming sites.
Again, Beta starts on November 19th and the game will hit store shelves on March 2nd. Battlefield has been one of my favorite FPS series since 1942 on the PC and this one looks great! New trailer tomorrow by the way!