Guess he has the same version as I have then I wasn't too happy with the 2010 game and I actually bought this when the prices had already dropped. I was interested in the campaign and thought a round or two in multiplayer wouldn't hurt either. Well, I really should have saved that money. The fact I hate about EA is how they treat the "products" they publish, other people's games. If the sales figures aren't right? Drop support. If the support budget, as small as it was, has been met? Drop support. Something else doesn't match? Drop support. I've seen it several times now that, even with a more-or-less finished patch from the developer, EA insisted on dropping the support and letting the game sit there in a really bad state (apart from MoH NFS:Shift 2, Crysis, or one of my favorite games, The Saboteur, comes to mind). It's one thing to rush out games to meet a deadline but it's a totally different thing to drop support on a product that has many clear issues still left unsolved. Even Battlefield 3, as successful as it is, would have been a much better and "quality" game if it had come out half a year later.