Battlefield: Bad Company 2

Battlefield: Bad Company 2
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Battlefield: Bad Company 2 (2010)

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Preston Marlowe is a member of the infamous "Bad Company", a squad of operatives attempting to find a deadly scalar device in Russia. When the device they are looking for turns out to be a fake, they are commissioned to go to Bolivia and search for the real scalar weapon. Locked in a global battle between the US and Russia, the Bad Company's antics could be the decider in a deadly conflict.

Bad Company 2 takes players from the freezing colds of Russia to the tropical rainforests of South America, all brought to life by the advanced Frostbite engine, featuring full deformation, meaning no cover or house is truly safe.

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R4bidweasel 5 years 6 months ago

This game is the pinnacle of Battlefield. It is, in my opinion, the perfect Battlefield game. All the environments were destructible, the vehicles had a balance to them and the weapons made sense. Battlefield lately has gone down the drain. The online is where it's at the campaign is just so-so.

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erekerendo 7 years 10 months ago

At the time, this was the best shooter in history. To this day it still has the most destructible environment ever. Unfortunately rampant hacking and the lack of a prone position compared to newer releases eventually killed the online pvp community.

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vick 9 years 1 month ago

For all the thrills the single-player might provide, it’s nothing compared to what’s in the game, when you go on line. It’s always thrilling, memorable and a joy to be part of the fight, a fight where your contributions matter for the entire team in big ways, even if it’s not

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