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Battlefield: Bad Company 2 Vietnam

The Ranking

88.00% Overall Rank: 812
Xbox 360 Rank: 97
2010 Games Rank: 804
2010 Xbox 360 Rank: 97
Score based on 16 reviews

Description

Battlefield: Bad Company 2 Vietnam is a content-heavy expansion. At the heart of this expansion lie four distinct, brand-new multiplayer maps based on the Vietnam War. Each map brings a new gameplay experience and fresh visuals, with characteristics such as foxholes, tunnels and dense jungles from where the enemy can launch surprise attacks. Also, 15 classic Vietnam-era weapons and 6 vehicles are available from the moment you go online. All four multiplayer game modes from Battlefield: Bad Company 2, including the genre-defining Conquest Mode, will be playable in Battlefield: Bad Company 2 Vietnam. The expansion is integrated with the full game persistence, so no matter what theatre of war you participate in, you will continue to level up your soldier as usual. To set that unmistakable 60's atmosphere, the audio team at DICE has recorded all-new voice-overs for both sides of the conflict, based on authentic dialogue from the Vietnam War. On top of this, a rocking soundtrack with 2 hours worth of time typical tracks gives the expansion a truly characteristic sound. Battlefield: Bad Company 2 is all-out multiplayer warfare at its absolute finest. With this new expansion, the battle moves to tropical Vietnam for a new chance to settle the score: Which team has the biggest skills, the smartest tactics, and the tightest squad play?
Release Date: December 21, 2010

Latest Reviews

SiteDateTypeRating
IncGamers 04/03/11 Review 8.6 out of 10
Destructoid 03/01/11 Review 9 out of 10
GamesMaster UK 02/01/11 Review 86 out of 100
Official Xbox Magazine 03/01/11 Review 8.5 out of 10
Xbox World 360 Magazine UK 02/01/11 Review 100 out of 100
VideoGamer 01/21/11 Review 8 out of 10
RealGamer 01/21/11 Review 8.5 out of 10
Gamer Limit 01/07/11 Review 9 out of 10
Extreme Gamer 01/06/11 Review 9 out of 10
GamePro 01/03/11 Review 4.5 out of 5