EA's DICE studio has just revealed that it will launch a new update for the PC edition of its latest game, Battlefield: Bad Company 2, in the near future, in order to fix quite a lot of known bugs with the game.
DICE launched Bad Company 2 this spring, and managed to win over quite a lot of PC gamers as it offered many new features over the its main competition, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2.
Now, DICE has revealed that it will launch a new patch for the PC version of Bad Company 2, in order to fix some of the issues reported by the community, and to prepare the game for the release of a new expansion pack, in the form of the Battlefield: Bad Company 2 Vietnam
Here are some of the confirmed changes that will be included in the upcoming patch for Bad Company 2.
-One of the Insignia's requiring an unobtainable Bronze star for the tracer dart - requirement removed.
-Hit registration changes brought over from MOH to BC2; several bugfixes, the client<->server send rates have been increased, some of the hitboxes themselves have been changed. This will increase the accuracy of guns, but will not make much of a difference to the knife. Removed the blue box behind the chat window.
-The 2-second immunity when spawning/being revived can will now be immediately remove either by firing, zooming, or any movement (move, crouch, jump). Merely looking around will not remove the invulnerability. In essence: If a person moves, he is never invulnerable.
-3D vision fixed.
The patch hasn't yet been dated for release, but expect it in the following weeks.
Battlefield: Bad Company 2 was launched by DICE this spring for the PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.
Now, the studio is focusing its development efforts on a new installment in the main Battlefield series, Battlefied 3