BF-Games.net is reporting the first Single Player information on Battlefield Bad Company 2, called Heart of Darkness.
Not a single day goes by without news about
Bad Company 2
. During the past few weeks, so many details abour maps, vehicles, weapons and gameplay have been unveiled, that you hardly can imagine that theres something left. But there is something left, and we all have been waiting for details on this: The Bad Company 2 Single Player campaign! What we know so far is that there will be a reunion with the B Company. We also know that DICE wants to pay more attention to the SP campaign, but there were not many details about the campaign - until now. However, from Monday this might change. The current issue of the German magazine GameStar comes with a BC2 cover story, which gives a first impression.
Heart of Darkness
According to the preview, the story begins in Alaska, where Haggard, Sweetwater, Sergeant Redford and you (the player) are on a patrol. During that patrol, the B Company discovers a secret research project of the Russian Army and the trouble begins. The intelligence report does not contain further details about the project but it's a new and powerful weapon and the B Company goes on a chase for it. GameStar chief editor Michael Trier had the chance two play two missions of this chase: The already known scenario "Snow blind" (Alaska) from the first previews and trailers, and a second one called "Heart of Darkness" which leads the players to Bolivia!
Rumble in the jungle
"Heart of Darkness" is the third scenario beside "Atacama Desert" and "Arika Harbour" that takes place at the South American continent, but this time, players can expect beautiful landscapes instead of bare deserts. The preview contains a couple of pictures from the new map including a panorama view. We are not allowed to show all pictures but scanned one of it to proof that there will be firefights in the jungle. The full story can be found at GameStar 01/2010 which is avaible starting November 25th, 2009. As far as we know, shipping to countries outside of the EU is not generally excluded and the (german) FAQ say that more details about the costs can be requested at the customer service ([email protected]