The Limited Edition of Battlefield: Bad Company 2 has been announced, delivering four vehicle upgrades and two classic Battlefield 1943 weapons at no additional cost.
The Battlefield: Bad Company 2 Limited Edition isn't a collector's edition, weighed down with useless trinkets for an inflated price, but rather a limited version of the regular game packaged with some extras to make getting the game on day one a little more worthwhile. The six special customisations included in the LE are available to all players once they unlock them, but LE buyers will get them on day one, giving them a brief advantage in multiplayer. Think of it as a head start.
The four vehicle unlocks include improved armour, additional weapon mounts, a motion sensor that detects nearby enemies, and a tracer dart pistol that marks enemy vehicles to be tracked by rockets, even when outside of your line of sight.
Fans of Battlefield 1943 will feel right-at-home with the M1A1 submachine gun and the M1911 pistol, powerful weapons from more than 66 years in the past.
The Battlefield: Bad Company 2 Limited Edition will be available on March 2 in North America, sold at participating retailers while supplies last.