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Submitted by TacticEspionage 1092d ago | news

Battlefield: Bad Company 2 Patch for PC to be Released on Wednesday

There are a lot of posts regarding BF3 here on the Battlefield Blog. But... what about older titles? Well, here's an update long in the making for BFBC2 PC!
It will all go live in the wee hours of Wednesday Sep 21st (EU time). (Battlefield: Bad Company 2, PC)
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3GenGames  +   1092d ago
2.6GB, gesh. I liked the joke about it though:

"That's huge man. Given that size, I would expect dinosaur survival mode to be included."

Haha, go DICE. Listening to users wants and then also joking about them too. I like how they're more human than other companies. :)
Shackdaddy836  +   1092d ago
I would bet money that they'll put in dino survival for BC3 or BF4 :)

Maybe to compete with zomb survival on CoD...
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latinalover  +   1092d ago
Bad company 3

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