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Battlefield Bad Company 2 Vietnam 360

Battlefield Bad Company 2 Vietnam

Format:
360

Genre:
Shooting

Style:
Competitive
Cooperative
Firstperson
Singleplayer

Further reading:
Battlefield Vietnam PC

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Battlefield Bad Company 2 expands into Vietnam with new Downloadable content.

This DLC will enable players to visit Vietnam as either a Marine on the US side or Vietnamese solider. In name this mirrors a Battlefield Vietnam PC release from the original series, but we expect the similarity ends there.

The change of location takes things into more jungle focused terrain, although the destructable environment, a centre piece of the series, is expected to continue. The weapons of the era also offer a different feel and the possibility of asymmetrical combat between the US and Vietnamese forces.

With a winter release for this expansion it is hard to ignore EA's timing, which coincides with Activision's Call of Duty: Black Ops.

Written by Paul Govan

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