Some new details have emerged out of the Game Informer cover story of Borderlands 2.
Hey, isn’t Black Ops the sequel to some kind of multiplayer thingamajig? Call of Something or Other? Modern Whatsit? So, what’s new? Well, Treyarch’s been pretty tight-lipped. Until now.
Here. The ad-funded EA multiplayer shooter, which will be supported by in-game ads, will “feature fictitious armies” and “two to three maps (which are smaller than typical Battlefield Maps) with more to follow”. There’s also some information on the game’s vehicles, for those that care. Battlefield Heroes will be available to download “this summer”.