Brothers In Arms 2: Global Front is now free in the Android Market

Brothers In Arms 2: Global Front is now free in the Android Market
Gameloft has released its historical first person shooter, Brothers In Arms 2: Global Front, as freemium software in the Android Market. The freemium version, dubbed Free+, is free to download, is ad-supported, and features the ability to purchase medals in the game with your real-life cash in order unlock new features and gear faster than earning it through gameplay.

Brothers In Arms 2 was originally released in 2010, but was exclusive to the Gameloft store, where the ad-free version still sells for $4.99. This is Brothers In Arms 2’s debut in the official Android Market.

The game features a single player, story mode and multiplayer. The single player has 50 different missions that are set in various locations around the world, while the multiplayer has 5 maps that can be played by up to six people over Bluetooth or Wi-Fi. Finally, Brothers In Arms 2 also features an array of weaponry and vehicles to use during combat.

You can check out some of the gameplay in the video below and grab the Free+ version of Brothers In Arms 2: Global Front in the Android Market.

source: Android Market via Android Police


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