Battlefield: Bad Company 2 News (PS3)

Battlefield: Bad Company humour 'kept it niche', "characters were amazing"

Posted: 22.11.2013 by Technet2k

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DICE's Patrick Bach confesses that the very thing most people love about Battlefield: Bad Company is also keeping it from being greenlit another instalment. Its more humorous approach holds it back from mass market.

Bach reveals they "got a lot of criticism" for not being serious as humour is "very personal," and the mass market cares not for laughs. Naughty Dog's Uncharted 'found a way'.

DICE: Bad Company "isn't forgotten, they are just on a very long vacation"

Posted: 03.10.2013 by Technet2k

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Creative director Lars Gustavsson has said he "would love" to revisit the Bad Company spin-off to Battlefield again, adding that Bad Company gave them some real "creative freedom" to play with.

DICE is notably busy right now with Battlefield 4, Mirror's Edge 2 and the upcoming Star Wars: Battlefront. Gustavsson assures fans Bad Company "isn't forgotten," and that "they're coming back."

E3 2013: DICE exec states Bad Company 3 is "still out there"

Posted: 15.06.2013 by JonahFalcon

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It seems that DICE has abandoned the Battlefield: Bad Company series, as the studio is busy with three major projects including Battlefield 4 (and its downloadable content), Mirror's Edge 2 and Star Wars: Battlefront. Executive producer Patrick Bach claims, however, Bad Company has not been forgotten. It's just not being developed right now.

EA confirm 'no active development' for Bad Company, Battlefield 4 "our main focus"

Posted: 03.06.2013 by Technet2k

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Those misfits from Bad Company aren't getting a sequel anytime soon as EA confirms that they "don't have it in active development," but are instead all about Battlefield 4 this year. The last entry was in March 2010.

Bad Company offers a lighter toned Battlefield with plenty of comedic banter between the squad. Multiplayer from Bad Company 2 led the charge for a long-time before Battlefield 3 showed up.

EA's Online Passes now free on Xbox Live, includes Bad Company 2, Medal of Honor

Posted: 30.05.2013 by Technet2k

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Now that EA has abolished their Online Pass system the back catalogue for activating second-hand copies for multiplayer via Xbox Live have all dropped their costs. The one-time codes no longer terrorise gamers.

That means online components and 'exclusive' VIP content can be enjoyed by all, once again. Price drops include The Stone Prisoner for Dragon Age: Origins which was a mugging of 1200 MSP.