EA’s explosive first person shooter title, Battlefield: Bad Company 2 has arrived in the iTunes App Store for iPhone and iPod touch. The game is based on the best selling PC and console game with upto 14 single player missions across 5 battle zones. It also features a full online multiplayer mode to take on your fellow friends using iPhone or iPod touch.
Here is the official description of Battlefield: Bad Company 2 for iOS:
ENTER THE MODERN BATTLEFIELD
Your iPhone or iPod touch becomes the staging ground for the total Battlefield: BC2 experience. Track 14 single-player missions across 5 intensely detailed battle zones. Capture emplacements in jungle heat, arctic snow, and desert dust. Feel the adrenaline-pumping intensity of close-quarter combat and also unleash devastation from the air. It’s good to be Bad.
MOBILIZE WITH HARDCORE FIREPOWER
Wreak havoc on enemy forces with a plethora of powerful weapons and vehicles. Access an arsenal of up to 14 weapons – from a simple knife to a rocket-propelled grenade. Also drive the action with multiple vehicle types, including a tank and helicopter.
ENGAGE ENEMIES WITH 3 DISTINCT CONTROL SETUPS
Access 3 different controls systems. Use gesture controls with no control buttons visible on screen, or add the virtual fire button, or choose to have both fire button and analog stick. Select the system that suits your preferred fighting style!
ESCALATE WITH FULL-ON MULTIPLAYER
Initiate combat with 4-player action across dedicated maps. Engage in 2-4 player Free for Alls and Squad Deathmatches. The game supports OTA, WiFi, 3G, and BT Multiplayer. Push invitations to friends to join you in online battles.
Battlefield: Bad Company 2 for iPhone is available for $0.99 only, and can be downloaded from iTunes App Store via the link given below.
Download Battlefield: Bad Company 2 for iPhone [iTunes Link]
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