Check out our new action trailer from Battlefield: Bad Company 2 Vietnam
... but TBH, I prefer the easy accessibility of Battlefield 2 and 1943, instead of all the combinations in Bad Company 2. I wish Dice would bring out some extra maps for 1943.
I wish Dice would make a MEC game with destruction 2.0 and custom mechs. Also... THIS LOOKS EPIC! I just need a Rise of the Valkyries trailer and I'm done.
I was thinking about buying this, until I heard there was no solo campaign or missions.
What? That's a bummer...
Whining about the Battlefield franchise not being singleplayer. Now I've seen it all, only on N4G.
LOL. I've logged something like a couple of hundred hours on BFBC2 and have not even bothered finishing the first mission on the SP campaign. Battlefield is all about MP.
A very very acceptable price :D Can't wait for this.
that garbage should be free since you have to use a access code to play this crap game online anyway. Ea: they ruin the game
I think it should be free but not because of the access code. It should be free because they took away what should be day 1 normal multiplayer modes and released them as DLC. That's f#cking lame in my book!
Have fun in COD:BO.... until Activision makes you pay to go online also. Thank Gamestop and Gamefly for the access pass issues.
Wow look at all those disagrees you got for saying the DLC should be free or maybe it was because you called it garbage so the fanboys hate you now. Anyway I think it should be free to the ones with the passes since we are the ones that showed our support of the game but ever since the current generation of gamers throw their money around at anything, DLC has gone from being a free thing to being charged for it. I swear that the younger generation of gamers are so uneducated when it comes to gaming and it's history that instead of gaming improving and being something challenging like it used to be that everything is being dumbed down for the masses of lazy want everything handed to them kids we have growing up right now. Then on top of that being charged more for said dumbed down games. Just shows that our ever increasing society of lazy people will pay anything to be even more lazy which is epically pathetic along with paying for DLC which used to be free. Wow society is getting lazy and stupid.
will always be cods little brother. Vietnam? Too bad black ops will render your dlc a flop. Brink, now there's a nextgen shooter
keep telling yourself that while you pay £54.99 (rrp) for the same shit every year.
isnt this the same price for MW2 map packs? This is practically a new game!
Its is not a new game just 4 maps for multiplayer they are doing the same thing Activision did with MW2 and charging the same price which EA and DICE ridiculed Activision for doing. Both EA and Activision anymore are dragging gaming down with all the BS and lies. DICE told us they would never charged us for new maps on BFBC2 but since they call it BFBC2:Vietnam it makes it ok to charge us? BS it is still BFBC2. But you blind fanboys go out and pay for it, you are the fools that keep companies like them doing this BS and creating new ways to suck more money out of everyone for less content. Games used to be cheap with tons of content now all we get are 4 hour campaigns and a hand full of multiplayer maps that get boring really fast then overpriced DLC that we used to get free. Wow gaming has nosedived in quality this generation. The only thing that has improved this generation is graphics and everything else has seemed to suffer wtf is up with that. What good is a pretty game if it sucks.
This should be free. I learned from BAD company 2, screw me once shame on you, screw me twice shame on me.
What did you learn from bad company 2?
Don't listen to him he's an idiot. BF2: Special Forces was like $29.99 when it came out, Vietnam seems pretty neat and will offer a more better Vietnam Experience then Black Ops will for MP wise.
I'm very interested now. Does anyone know how many maps will be included?
that it's four maps, could be wrong though.
Just assume it's maps that you already have and you'll be ok!
i traded my BFBC2 in for red dead but i entered the VIP code can i still play this game without the BFBC2 cd???????
Regret? That's what she said ;)
ofc you can't.
What is ofc? Why has our society taken lazy to a whole new level. I'm guilty of it too sometimes but why in the hell do we find it too difficulty to write out whole words? It's not like were texting here!
You seem to know what it is, so why are you asking? And I'm sorry to make you shed a tear, from now on I will say "Laugh out Loud".
No, it's an expansion. Why would you trade in BFBC2 in the first place?
how is the userbase of bc2 on the ps3? I'm thinking about buying the game and the vietnam addon
I'd like to know the same thing.
On hardcore it's not always full,but on softcore servers are full pretty mutch the all the time
I was expecting this to be more along the lines of $30 or $40. $15 isn't bad. It is just a multiplayer expansion, though, and the multiplayer aspect IS what the Battlefield games are about, anyway. So that's less money I'll have to spend. =P It looks pretty dang awesome, but I still have yet to get BC2. =\ I loved playing the Beta and demo, though. They really should have waited to release the Ultimate Edition with this.. Now we're going to see something along the lines of a Bad Company 2 Complete Edition that has this and everything else in it, at some point.
Modern Warfare 2: 3 New Maps, 2 Old COD4 Maps = $15 Battlefield 1943: 3 Maps, 3 Classes, 3 Weapons Sets each, 4 vehicles =$15 Bad Company 2: Onslaught Mode: 4-player Co-op, 4 Maps w/ AI enemies/vehicles = $10 Bad Company 2:Vietnam: 2 New Factions, 4 Maps, 5 Classes, 15 New Weapons, 6 Vehicles = $15
Excellent news! I will be getting this day one for that price. I absolutely LOVE BC2 and have well over 250 hours of MP. There is only one thing that bothers me about it - this DLC is going to divide the community.
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