Battlefield: Bad Company 2 unofficial mod support released

Modders finally get a crack at Bad Company 2

February 20, 2013
Bad Company 2

While Bad Company 2 may be veteran in the Battlefield scene at the moment, some crafty modders have managed to develop mod support for DICE’s shooter.

The team effort from the community at Emulator Nexus managed to reverse engineer EA’s servers, which now allow support for custom matches that can support user modifications.

To access the modified servers, users have to download a small .dll file to the Bad Company 2 directory. Players can host servers, although it is a bit more complicated.

The team has laid out all the details and instructions on the Emulator Nexus community forums.

Emulator Nexus co-founder NoFaTe is also working on a Battlefield 3 server emulation, so hold thumbs for that.

In the meantime, check out the ludicrous super-powered rocket helicopter mod:

Source: PC Gamer 

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Tags: active, Battlefield 3, Battlefield Bad Company 2, Battlefield Bad Company 2 mod, Battlefield mod, DICE, EA, Nexus Community, origin

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