EA has restated its "extensive paid digital content plan" for Battlefield: Bad Company 2.
During today's Wedbush Morgan financial conference, lead money-man Eric Brown said game owners will have "multiple opportunities to spend five, 10 or 15 dollars on additional content in the next six months or so".
Battlefield: Bad Company 2 was another high-profile champion of Project Ten Dollar - EA's new initiative to provide DLC codes to first-hand buyers, who can redeem them for extra content worth around $10.
Brown said 85 per cent of BFBC2 players had activated their codes.
Brown also mentioned "extensive" DLC plans for Mass Effect 2, another of EA's Project Ten Dollar games.
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