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Battlefield 2: Modern Combat Latest News - Xbox 360

Game Description:The award-winning Battlefield franchise launches a new, more expansive campaign as it rages onto the Xbox 360. Choose from four different armies: the US, European Union, China, or the Middle East Coalition. Each has distinct weaponry and ranks, including Special Ops, Combat Engineer, Sniper, and more. The 20-mission single player campaign immerses you in the full fog of war with furious fighting, government-produced propaganda, and more. Control over 30 military vehicles and use 55 weapons on new 360-exclusive maps. The instant Hot Swap feature puts your finger on any trigger on screen, giving you full tactical control at all times. Xbox Live supports 24-player combat on 16 additional maps.
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Battlefield 2: Modern Combat News

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  • Battlefield Won't Be Annualized Says DICE -- Already Comes Out Once Year

    Battlefield won't be annualized according to BF series producer Patrick Bach. If the series were to mirror the production of Call of Duty the quality would suffer ultimately killing the series, something DICE and EA wouldn't allow, according to Bach. “The business goals for us are not to release a game every year,” Bach mentioned in...

    Posted August 3, 2011

    Battlefield Won't Be Annualized Says DICE -- Already Comes Out Once Year
  • Electronic Arts To Shutdown Online Play For Army of Two, Skate And Others

    Nothing lasts forever, especially not when you're talking about online play. Every once in awhile, a publisher will go in and flip the switch off on any number of old games, to make way for all of the new hotness that's incoming. Electronic Arts is getting ready for one of those house-cleanings, with a sizable list of games set to go offline in...

    Posted July 13, 2011

    Electronic Arts To Shutdown Online Play For Army of Two, Skate And Others
  • War is Games: From the Civil War to the Iraq War and Beyond

    Memorial Day. What does that mean? Well, to the typical America, it means beer, bikinis, and a day off from work! And if you're a gamer, it also means double experience in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. Or even TRIPLE experience if you're diving into the recently updated Gears of War 2 experience. What better way to honor the valiant dead than...

    Posted May 30, 2011

    War is Games: From the Civil War to the Iraq War and Beyond
  • Former DICE Employee Promises Battlefield 3 Will "Blow People Away"

    Battlefield 3 is coming. An Electronic Arts executive teased its existence last year and DICE hasn't been shy about the notion of another traditional installment in the series. Yet another has joined the fray, as well. Former DICE executive Fredrik Liliegren recently told Gaming Union the upcoming Battlefield 3 will "blow people away"...

    Posted February 22, 2010

    Former DICE Employee Promises Battlefield 3 Will "Blow People Away"
  • The History of the Battlefield Franchise

    Posted: March 9, 2010

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  • Mr Sark's Top Five Shooters of All Time

    Posted: November 23, 2009

    15,684 Views | 02:44

  • Gaming Update 02.05.09

    Posted: February 5, 2009

    6,136 Views | 02:19 | 4 Comments

  • CHEAT! Battlefield 2142: Multiplayer

    Posted: December 1, 2006

    4,472 Views | 03:37

  • Battlefield 2142 Review

    Posted: November 29, 2006

    1,928 Views | 03:07

 


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