Sony Ericsson is once again teaming up with EA Mobile™, a division of Electronic Arts Inc. and the world’s leading mobile games publisher, to deliver games for its flagship gaming smartphone – Xperia™ PLAY – with access to one of the most popular modern warfare action games of all time, Battlefield: Bad Company™ 2.
Taking full advantage of the smartphone’s outstanding graphic capabilities and game-changing control pad, Xperia™ PLAY brings realistic, fast-paced gameplay to the Android operating system for the first time. Battlefield: Bad Company 2 is available to download from today for all Xperia™ PLAY customers in all markets outside the US.
“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. Watch this space for updates on more content coming!”
Battlefield: Bad Company 2 for Xperia™ PLAY will bring its best in class all-out warfare gameplay to Xperia™ PLAY. Players will unleash devastation from the air with intuitive controls and capture emplacements in jungle heat, arctic snow and desert dust. Fourteen single-player missions across five intensely detailed battle zones plunge players deep into the action. An arsenal of up to 14 weapons ranging from a knife to rocket-propelled grenades will wreak havoc on enemy forces. Players will also pilot the action through multiple vehicle types, including tanks and helicopters.
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