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Battlefield: Bad Company 2 is a first-person shooter video game developed by the Swedish firm EA DICE and published by Electronic Arts for Microsoft Windows, Play Station 3, Xbox 360, i OS and Kindle Fire systems.
It is a direct sequel to Battlefield: Bad Company and is part of the Battlefield game series. The i OS port was released on the App Store on December 16, 2010.
A dog tag system, as seen in Battlefield 2142 and Battlefield: Bad Company, is also used, awarding players with their opponents' dog tags when they defeat them with a knife attack.
The game uses the Punk Buster anti-cheat program to protect from cheaters in online multiplayer matches.
On foot, players are given access to a variety of real-world small arms such as assault rifles and machine guns. They can carry one primary weapon and a pistol in multiplayer, or two primary weapons in single-player, as well as grenades and other equipment.
Players can fire "from the hip", but zooming in and using iron sights, reflex sights, or telescopic sights (depending on the weapon) will provide much better accuracy when shooting.
A heavily wounded player will see dirt and blood around the edges of the screen, as an illustration of injury.
There are also sensor stations throughout the campaign which the player can find and destroy - this is also recorded in the campaign stats.
"Supply Drop" crates are scattered throughout the missions, where the player can exchange weapons and replenish ammo.
Seven VIP map packs, as well as a downloadable game mode, were added after launch; an expansion pack, Battlefield: Bad Company 2: Vietnam (centered on the Vietnam War), released on December 21, 2010.
While Bad Company 2 is primarily a first-person shooter, it follows other games in the series by allowing the player to control certain vehicles, including ATVs, APCs, tanks, and helicopters.