This title would be shocking if it were made shortly after the original Modern Warfare was released two years ago. However, when you consider all of the mishaps and failures of Infinity Ward with the release of the highly anticipated sequel, it doesn’t sound too far fetched anymore.
I’m not alone and I’m sure our readers aren’t either in all of the glitches and problems that Modern Warfare 2 has displayed over the course of the last three months. Despite patching the game several times, Infinity Ward can’t get anything right and the problems continue and some even reappear after the claim that they were corrected.
Thankfully, EA’s Product Manager, Will Graham has stepped up to the plate to let fans know that there is no developer in the world that can compete with their online product.
“DICE is at the forefront of defining the multiplayer and online vehicle warfare space and has substantial pedigree in this area following many years of success. We genuinely believe there isn’t a developer out there that competes with DICE in this space, and Battlefield: Bad Company 2 is going cement that,” EA product manager Will Graham told industry mag MCV.
“The use of vehicles in Battlefield: Bad Company 2 sets it apart from the competition and no one else in the industry does this better.
“This is also something the core are very excited about: DICE’s history of delivering a multiplayer experience utilising vehicles is something that sets it apart from anything else in the market. It’s also an element that fits with the increasing emphasis on multiplayer for gamers in general.”
Would those of you who have been playing the crap out of the beta agree? I know I would. I’m very excited to get my hands on the game come early March.