Sony’s Xperia PLAY phone/game system continues to expand its library with titles that would be otherwise unplayable on most phones, thanks to its traditional controller. Today, Battlefield: Bad Company 2 became available for download and is promised (by Sony) to feature outstanding graphics and controls.
“As Xperia PLAY becomes available in more markets across the world, the portfolio of games continues to grow and so we’re delighted to announce the availability of Battlefield: Bad Company 2 for Xperia PLAY,” said, Dominic Neil-Dwyer, Head of Market Development, Sony Ericsson. “We aim to give consumers the best possible gaming experience on a smartphone and Battlefield: Bad Company 2 for Xperia PLAY is the latest title from EA to bring one of the most popular gaming franchises to our consumers.”
The game will feature 14 single-player missions with an arsenal of up to 14 weapons and vehicles to pilot like helicopters and tanks.
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