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On foot, players are given access to a variety of real-world small arms such as assault rifles and machine guns. They can carry one primary weapon and a pistol in multiplayer, or two primary weapons in single-player, as well as grenades and other equipment.Players can fire "from the hip", but zooming in and using iron sights, reflex sights, or telescopic sights (depending on the weapon) will provide much better accuracy when shooting.Bad Company 2 heavily emphasizes destructible environments.Large sections of most buildings can be destroyed by explosives, and some walls and fences break down under barrages of bullets, with the game's physics engine realistically simulating the destruction.Aside from infantry combat, the campaign contains several missions in which the player controls a vehicle, or mans a weapon turret while a teammate controls the vehicle.Each weapon in the campaign is considered a collectible - the first time the player picks up that type of weapon, a "Collectable Unlocked" message appears.The Supply Drop crates will remember any weapon the player picks up and this weapon will then be available for the rest of the campaign.Multiplayer is class-based, with four classes: Assault, Engineer, Medic, and Recon.
A heavily wounded player will see dirt and blood around the edges of the screen, as an illustration of injury.Bad Company 2 features a story-driven single-player campaign.For most of the narrative, the player takes control of Preston Marlowe, one of the members of the titular "Bad Company".The exception to this is the first mission, which is set prior to the rest of the campaign.Each mission is divided into a series of objectives, often interspersed with cutscenes which simulate the style of war films.
Multiplayer mode features 15 vehicles, including new additions, such as the Sikorsky UH-60 Black Hawk, a quad bike, a four-man patrol boat, a personal watercraft, a ZU-23-2 mounted on a BMD-3 armoured personnel carrier, and a Northrop Grumman MQ-8 Fire Scout, controlled via remote computer terminals.