Battlefield: Bad Company Latest News - PS3

Game Description:Use the cover of a modern battlefield to uncover gold and riches with three of your renegade buddies from B Company! Rather than stick to the multiplayer format the Battlefield games are famous for, Bad Company puts you in the boots of four ambitious soldiers and drops you in the middle of a truly destructible environment – fences, trees, vehicles, and buildings are all susceptible to your arsenal. Even the ground will be scorched by your violent passing! Destroy the enemy with machine guns, sniper rifles, and RPGs - or rain fire from the sky with a mortar strike. Pilot every vehicle you encounter as you explore the massive world.
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  • 'Battlefield: Bad Company' Gone Gold

    Battlefield: Bad Company has gone gold! The code is finished and the game is in production for its June 23rd release date. The console-exclusive version of this game features the Battlefield franchise staples of vehicles, squads, and classes. Here's X-Play's preview of the game: Watch Larger Version of this Video Press release is after...

    Posted June 5, 2008| 15 Comments

    'Battlefield: Bad Company' Gone Gold
  • 'Bad Company' Gets Ship Date

    Battlefield: Bad Company has a ship date of June 23rd for the PS3 and 360. The game is most famous for two things: one, destructible enviorments, and two, having announced that better guns would be available to players willing to pay more, and then retracting that decision. Instead, gamers can either purchase the Gold Edition of Battlefield:...

    Posted April 15, 2008| 13 Comments

    'Bad Company' Gets Ship Date
  • 'Bad Company' Drops Weapon DLC?

    Sometimes, an internet protest works and this seems to be the case with Battlefield Bad Company. EA seems to have dropped plans for paid weapon downloads. Instead, the 5 weapons will be available initially to gamers that purchase the Gold Edition of the game. Less important regular version gamers will have to hit an in-game level of 25 to...

    Posted April 10, 2008| 15 Comments

    'Bad Company' Drops Weapon DLC?
  • 'Battlefield: Bad Company' Boycott

    Battlefield: Bad Company is coming to the PS3 and Xbox 360, but carries with it a somewhat troubling DLC plan. EA and DICE are making certain weapons available for purchase. Five weapons will be available free through pre-launch promotions (and after the game releases), but another five will only be available through the "Gold...

    Posted March 27, 2008| 68 Comments

    'Battlefield: Bad Company' Boycott
  • 'Battlefield: Bad Company' Multiplayer Video

    This video for Battlefield: Bad Company contains the most dramatic voiceover describing a games multi-player specs that we've ever heard. We'll take two copies, based on the conviction of the narrator alone. It comes out in summer for the PS3 and the 360. Watch Larger Version of this Video

    Posted March 20, 2008| 13 Comments

    'Battlefield: Bad Company' Multiplayer Video
  • Battlefield: Bad Company - Conquest Mode

    Posted: August 4, 2008

    2,558 Views | 01:15

  • Battlefield: Bad Company: More Gold

    Posted: July 30, 2008

    5,284 Views | 02:14 | 2 Comments

  • Battlefield: Bad Company: Mercenary Gold

    Posted: July 28, 2008

    3,878 Views | 01:53 | 10 Comments

  • Battlefield: Bad Company: 5 Bonus Guns

    Posted: July 7, 2008

    10,169 Views | 02:34 | 9 Comments

  • Battlefield: Bad Company Review

    Posted: June 26, 2008

    46,341 Views | 02:22 | 64 Comments


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