Those who are ready to take control of some Bad Company, EA and DICE’s Battlefield: Bad Company releases today, an FPS with a deep single-player campaign full of humor, intense combat, and deafening destruction.
Those who are unsure of the game may want to check out our other posts on Battlefield: Bad Company and watch some of the hilarious trailers. There is also a demo up on the PLAYSTATION Store that you can give a go. Hit the jump for the press release.
BATTLEFIELD: BAD COMPANY SHIPS TO RETAIL STORES TODAY
REDWOOD CITY, Calif. â€“ June 23, 2008 â€“ The gold rush is here! EA Digital Illusions CE AB (DICE), a studio of Electronic Arts Inc. (NASDAQ: ERTS) today announced that its highly anticipated summer release, Battlefield: Bad Companyâ„¢ has shipped to retail stores. The game will land on retail shelves on June 25 in North America and June 27 in Europe. Launching on PLAYSTATIONÂ®3 computer entertainment system and Xbox 360â„¢ videogame and entertainment system, players will join the â€˜Bâ€™ Company, a wayward band of soldiers more interested in the pursuit of gold and personal financial gain than following the rules.
Battlefield: Bad Company delivers a deep single-player campaign loaded with dark humor, intense combat and deafening destruction. Players take on the role of Preston Marlowe, a young soldier whose antics land him in the division with the highest mortality rate alongside other troublemakers Sarge, Haggard and Sweetwater. Players will tackle harsh terrain and fierce enemies with their squad of renegade soldiers as they search for an elusive treasure using dozens of vehicles, weapons and deadly toys all at their disposal for explosive experimentation.
Gamers can also jump online for some intense multiplayer action as players become either an attacker or defender in the Gold Rush multiplayer mode as they protect or destroy crates that hold precious gold and their ticket home. As gamers embark on their quest for financial freedom, theyâ€™ll experience the same classic Battlefield gameplay including access to numerous vehicles, weapons and open maps as well as the new tactical destruction that only Battlefield: Bad Company can deliver. The popular Conquest mode made famous by the Battlefield franchise will be offered as a free download* later this summer.
Battlefield: Bad Company is developed by Sweden-based developer DICE, www.dice.se. The game is rated â€œTâ€ by the ESRB and â€œ16+â€ by PEGI. For more information about the regular and Gold Edition of the game, please visit http://www.battlefield.com or our press web site at http://info.ea.com.