EA DICE is letting players of Battlefield: Bad Company vote for their favorite maps in the single-player campaign to be converted for the multiplayer Conquest mode. Plus, the developers will choose two other maps for a total of four maps for the free download. So get on over to the official website and vote before the “polls” close on September 2 nd .
August 29, 2008 – Get out and vote!!
Starting today at the Battlefield: Bad Company website, players worldwide can vote to determine which two single-player levels will be turned into unique maps for the multiplayer Conquest mode. This vote gives players the chance to revisit popular locations from the single player campaign, such as the golf course in Par For the Course, now in an intense multiplayer match. The two maps with the most votes by Tuesday, September 2nd will win.
If that isn’t enough good news for Battlefield fans, the Bad Company team at DICE will also choose an additional two maps for the Conquest mode. That makes FOUR new maps available to download for free this fall.
Made famous by Battlefield 1942 and Battlefield 2, Conquest mode pits players against each other in a fast paced battle to eliminate the opposing team’s tickets. Players deplete their opponent’s tickets by one point per kill and can cause their opponents tickets to spiral downwards by capturing control points.
Developed by Sweden-based developer DICE, www.dice.se, Battlefield: Bad Company is available on the PlayStation 3 computer entertainment system and the Xbox 360 videogame and entertainment system.