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Battlefield 2 Booster Pack News


EA's Battlefield 2 has a new community update, offering new information on the previously announced Booster Packs that are being released this year. Due February 8 is Battlefield 2: Euro Force, adding three maps with a new European Army. This European army will be equipped with new weapons, and four new vehicles will be available to them as well. March 28 will see the release of Battlefield 2: Armored Fury, which will add another three maps as well as two new vehicle classes. Both booster packs will cost $9.99. The community update concludes by mentioning the game's next patch will be released "very soon". Update: additional Euro Force info is now available (including a list of all weapons) courtesy of the January Battlefield 2 newsletter.

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    January 11, 2006 12:20 PM

    paying for them ? riiiiight

    go to hell EA

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      January 11, 2006 12:56 PM

      Is someone from EA coming to your house and putting a gun to your head?

      No. Just don't buy the damn thing. That's the best way to tell EA you don't approve.

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        January 11, 2006 1:10 PM

        No, but this kind of content shouldn't be charged for anyway. This is pittly ass little stuff that has traditionally been free. I guess maybe the market's changing.

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          January 11, 2006 1:22 PM

          I didn't think of it of a market-wide thing - I mean I can understand other games charging for map-packs etc. Its just that I expected ongoing development as part of a battlefield game. Thats why I bought the game when I had a few problems with the demo - bf1942 was much the same. Even then paying for maps wouldn't sting so much if the core game was being supported better.

          However, this is now going to be the last game I buy in the series, unless in the distant future things change an awful lot.

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          January 12, 2006 6:23 AM

          this is just how the world works, as soon as bigger businesses get involved they try to make as much money as possible and cut their overheads. I think the price is arguably a little steep but you cant expect them to do work for free.

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      January 11, 2006 2:03 PM

      Why dont start charging for patches while they're at it...

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        January 11, 2006 2:46 PM

        God, I should bookmark this post for later because you know it's coming eventually... except, they won't be "patches". That's such a negative word. They would be "Booster Packs", duh!!!

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      January 12, 2006 6:34 PM

      seriously. fuck you ea

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