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Battlefield 2: Modern Combat Demo Assaults Xbox 360!

Battlefield 2: Modern Combat hits shelves on April 12th, but to make the wait a little easier we’re giving you a free taste of the critically acclaimed multiplayer action. Download your free online multiplayer demo from Xbox Live Marketplace, and experience the no-holds-barred intensity of the massively popular “Bridge Too Far” level. Fly helicopters to the top of towering cranes and skyscrapers, to gain prime Sniper vantage points. Two rivers provide natural barriers, but the raised drawbridges mean a Hummer can execute a heart-stopping jump to gain the element of surprise. Add powerful tanks and devastating artillery strikes to the equation, and it’s no wonder the most popular map from the Xbox version will soon be the definitive multiplayer experience on Xbox 360.

To Download the Battlefield 2: Modern Combat Demo:

1. Sign in to Xbox Live from the Xbox Dashboard. For more info about connecting to Xbox Live, visit www.xbox.com.
2. Download your free demo from the Xbox Live Marketplace.

The next-generation debut of the critically-acclaimed Battlefield franchise, Battlefield 2: Modern Combat has been completely rebuilt for the Xbox 360, and delivers all-out war on the modern battlefield.

With new maps taking you to Wake Island, the wilds of the Middle East and the snowy landscape of northern China, Battlefield 2: Modern Combat escalates the battles to a new level of excitement. The game also adds all-new vehicles including snowmobiles and mini-gun equipped vans that offer new ways to eliminate your enemies, rounding out the more than 30 vehicles in the game.

Battlefield 2: Modern Combat also delivers the Battlefield’s trademark multiplayer action on Xbox Live, delivering ferocious 24 player online battles, fighting as one of four high-tech armies – the US, the European Union, the Chinese, or the newly formed Middle East Coalition.

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