IncGamers spoke with DICE's Gordon Van Dyke about Battlefield: Bad Company 2, learning that the military shooter sequel is being "tweaked and adjusted" to each of its three target platforms. He tells them: "On the PC, it's a PC version, which is getting that same treatment, and then also a little bit more as PC users are generally used to a different type of experience than console users are, and we recognise that and we want to make sure that we give that to the PC market and give the console market more." He also says they haven't ruled out releasing modding tools for the PC edition, but that this is "really, really complicated." He also tells them that PC beta testing is in the works, but that was publicly announced just five days ago.
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