Electronic Arts has thrown another marketing snow ball at Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, hoping to pull members of its fanbase who’re unhappy with its online play towards BFBC2. The previous target was dedicated servers for PC players now it’s Xbox Live party chat.
During an MTV interview, EA DICE producer Gordon Van Dyke stated, “We are ok with party chat. We haven’t taken a stance being against it and feeling like people are cheating.” Modern Warfare 2 only offers party chat support in a handful of its multiplayer playlists, ostensibly to curb cheating. According to Van Dyke, he doesn’t “think cheating with party chat is that big of an issue, that I’ve seen, where we have to worry about that” in Battlefield: Bad Company 2.
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