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Battlefield: Bad Company 2 Screenshots and Images - PC

Battlefield: Bad Company 2
Game Description: The boys of Bad Company are back in this brand-new title that will include another singleplayer campaign along with a revamped and upgraded multiplayer experience for more of a classic Battlefield online experience. The graphics engine has also been given a boost and the destructibility is better than ever.
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