Bad Company 2 Limited Edition: Regular Retail Price
Those special Collectors or Limited Editions of high-profile titles often threaten to break the bank, but EA and DICE sympathize with your wallet.
While special editions for games can cost up to $150 (like the Prestige Edition of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2), EA will offer a Limited Edition of Battlefield: Bad Company 2...and for exactly the same price as the regular retail version. The catch is that you'll have to act fast as this edition truly is "limited;" it'll only be on store shelves "as long as supplies last." Revealed today, this great option for fans will include six special game unlocks; four are for Bad Company 2 while the other two are for the quality multiplayer title, Battlefield 1943. Here's the extra content you get for the game in question:
- Improved Vehicle Armor - Pretty self explanatory.
- Supreme Vehicle Firepower - Additional weapon mounts for the driver.
- Vehicle Motion Sensor - Locate enemy units in proximity to vehicle.
- Tracer Dart Pistol - Attaches to any vehicle "to track, lock on, and fire rockets onto moving targets even beyond line of sight."
Battlefield: Bad Company 2 releases in North America on March 2 and three days later in Europe. If you're fast, you can pay the standard $59.99 and still receive these extra goodies, but just remember that there's no knowing how many Limited Editions EA will produce, or how long they will last. It's always best to be proactive in situations like this, yes?
Related Game(s): Battlefield: Bad Company 2
10/29/2009 12:30:49 PM Ben Dutka