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: Bad Company, that features "exclusive content with behind-the-scenes action and strategy videos," plus five unique weapons. If you buy the regular edition, you can unlock those five special weapons after the launch of the game by ranking up to the highest level in multiplayer mode.
Which may or may not be still unfair, depending on how you look at things and how much of an advantage those guns give players.
Other than that, though, the game seems rad, or so says its press release:
Action fans and gamers worldwide will get their chance to join the 'B' company on exciting, sometimes irreverent, missions that take them through deserts, cities and mountain terrain to capture the spoils of war. Players will experience the tactical, destructive power in the deep single player campaign or go online for intense multiplayer action that only the Battlefield team can deliver."
"Players can forget about using walls as cover as we've fundamentally changed the way to play shooters offline and online through the use of tactical destruction," says Karl-Magnus Troedsson, Senior Producer for Battlefield: Bad Company. "