While a lot of studios appear to be losing PC-focus on their multi-platform titles, it's good to see the folks at EA DICE still giving the desktop version the extra attention it deserves in the hotly anticipated Battlefield: Bad Company 2.
Today's video takes a look at the PC-specific features of the game such as a powerful game-server browser and a re-worked user interface to better cater mouse input. Then of course, there's the performance graphical benefits afforded to the higher horse-power PCs - unlocked framerates and field of vision, higher resolutions and both fullscreen and widescreen aspect ratios.
Couple that with higher player number support (32 vs max of 24 on consoles) and it's clear that much more care has been taken with the PC version than some other recent shooters.
Watch the PC features walkthrough video right here on AusGamers.
Battlefield Bad Company 2 is due on PC and Xbox 360 on March 4th 2010 with PlayStation 3 following on March 11th.