Dedicated servers problematic for the four-player co-op mode.
Battlefield: Bad Company 2 associate producer Barrie Tingle has revealed that the game's Onslaught DLC, announced earlier today for PS3 and Xbox 360, could make its way to PC, but its implementation is challenging.
"We haven't signed away rights to console on this," said Tingle on the game's official forum. "The problem we have on PC is that all our servers are dedicated with providers. Changing a server from Conquest 32 players to Onslaught 4 players cuts out 28 player slots from the total amount available. This could have a dramatic affect on the PC online environment if enough servers changed to Onslaught.
"We aren't ruling out Onslaught on PC but at this time we are researching how to bring it to PC without affecting players who don't have Onslaught or their own server to run it on."
Tingle also confirmed that the Onslaught DLC won't be a free download on consoles. See what all the fuss is about by checking out the brand new trailer.