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Thursday, 24 June 2010 07:49

360 to get BFBC2 Onslaught mode today

Written by David Stellmack


Sorry for the delay, but it still costs $10
After the PlayStation 3 owners got the chance to buy the new Onslaught mode add-on for Battlefield Bad Company 2 because the Xbox 360 version had experienced some sort of a delay, word reaches us that Xbox 360 owners will be able to purchase and download the Onslaught mode starting later today.

While our sources are not clear on what the exact nature of the issue was, all we know is that a delay is a delay. The Onslaught mode can be purchased for 800 Microsoft Points, or $10 if you are keeping track. According to our sources, despite the positive news about the arrival of Onslaught for the Xbox 360, DICE continues to examine and talk internally about the possibility of bringing the Onslaught mode to the PC and how they would go about doing it.

It seems there are still a lot more questions than answers as far as the possibility of Onslaught coming to the PC version of BFBC2, but right now most PC players would just be happy with a new update.
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