Gamers who played through all of Gearbox's WWII-themed Brothers in Arms: Earned in Blood may think that the war is finally over, but Ubisoft is continuing the fight with the announcement of new downloadable content. Three new skirmish maps are now available for download, free of charge, for the Xbox and PC versions. The maps contain two American skirmish missions, Into the Farm and Across the March, and one German skirmish mission, Flanked from Above. Earned in Blood was released in October 2005 on the PC, Xbox, and PlayStation 2. For more information on the game or its downloads, head over to the official Web site.
New BIA content battle-ready
Three new cooperative maps out now for PC, Xbox versions of Brothers in Arms: Earned in Blood.
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abdu4 - the new BIA doesn't come out till the end of this year. I see no problem with UBI releasing new content for this game when the next one is still 6-8 months away. Too bad this won't play on my 360 though...the BIA games are so much fun (if you know what you're getting yourself in to).
Brothers in Arms rocks. I can't wait for BIA: Hell's Highway for the 360. If you have the money, and would enjoy a truly authentic WW2 game, pick this one up. This is not a run-and-gun game like Call of Duty 2; it's based on true WW2 tactics. All the next-gen WW2 games are going to up the ante with enhanced AI and such (previews of the next-gen medal of honor look interesting) but Brothers in Arms will probably hold the crown for authenticity.
yea i already traded it in and my xbox for a 360 and i was looking and the bc list because i miss playing this game but its not on there anyways im looking forward to brothers in arms hell's highway.