Battlefield Bad Company 2: Onslaught Mode available

Dice has released Onslaught mode for Battlefield: Bad Company 2, the sequel to last year’s blockbuster title. Onslaught is co-op experience, where you can play with a squad of up to four soldiers against endless waves of A.I. enemies across 4 maps. Endless until you take the base flags, that is.

The executive producer Patrick Bach said: “We want to consistently support the fans playing the game with new ways to get into multiplayer and also challenge the elite players with new experiences to improve their performance online. Effective squad play is the key to success in Battlefield: Bad Company 2 multiplayer and this new mode will provide players with a dedicated environment to test their team skills and rank against the competition.”

Battlefield: Bad Company 2 Onslaught Mode

Objective Deatails:

SQUAD MODE:
1-4 player co-operative mode against AI enemies
MAPS:
4 maps delivering different gameplay experiences, all with new lighting/time of day. Valparaiso, Atacama Desert, Isla Inocentes, Nelson Bay
New enemy vehicles:
Mark V patrol boat
MISSION:
Battle against time and try to beat your personal best
LEADERBOARDS:
Compare your stats on the dedicated Onslaught Leaderboards against your friends and other players across the community
DIFFICULTIES:
Four difficulties – Easy, Normal, Hard, Hardcore
ACHIEVEMENTS:
8 trophies and achievements

Source: Playstation Blog

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