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|System Name||The StarCrunch Defender! | X58 Cruncher!|
|Processor||I7 6700K @ STOCK | Intel I7-920|
|Motherboard||Gigabyte Z170X-UD5 | Alienware MS-7543 X58|
|Cooling||Corsair A70 Push/Pull | Corsair H50|
|Memory||Crucial Ballistix DDR4 2400 MHz | Pereema 3x2GB DDR3|
|Video Card(s)||Gigabyte Gaming G1 GTX 1070 | Gigabyte 7970 3GB|
|Storage||2x Samsung Pro 256GB M.2 SSD's in Raid 0 | 4TB Western Digital SATA drive|
|Display(s)||ViewSonic VG2227wm 1080P | OLD viewsonics|
|Case||NZXT Tempest 410 Elite | NZXT Source 210|
|Power Supply||Corsair 750TX | Enermax Liberty 500W|
|Mouse||MX518 | MX502|
|Keyboard||TESORO Mechanical | ANZO Mechanical|
|Software||Windows 10 Pro on both|
Battlefield: Bad Company 2′s unofficial mod support is better late than never
Tricksy modders have wrestled control of Battlefield: Bad Company 2′s architecture from DICE’s iron fist. Using… magic, probably, the community at Emulator Nexus have reverse engineered EA’s servers, allowing support for custom matches that support modifications.
In layman’s terms? Super powered helicopter rocket attacks are go.
Accessing modified servers simply requires downloading a tiny .dll file for your BC2 directory. Hosting one is vastly more complicated. Instructions are available here, for those who understand this sort of thing.
While Bad Company 2 is a bit long in the tooth, it seems Emulator Nexus’ co-founder NoFaTe is also working on Battlefield 3 server emulation. It’s still in the early stage, with no public release mentioned, but could potentially lead to user-hosted modified servers in that game too.
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