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Features:Full PEC Experience: A greatly improved PEC experience - your character evolves online and offline, in both single-player and multiplayer modes.Terrorist Leaders are now a strategic target for Rainbow - leaders control respawns, so when you take out the leaders, enemies can no longer respawn.Terrorists Enemies have a wider variety of reactions and use ballistic shields.Team Rainbow Can use the Leap-frogging technique for safely approaching an area defended by an opposing force. Teammates cover each other successively when they move forward.Up to 16 players (360) and 14 players (PS3).Two-player split-screen mode.13 maps for co-op and adversarial play Including three maps from R6 Vegas, revamped maps from R6 Raven Shield and all-new maps.All-new co-op experience. Co-op story mode, Jump-in-jump-out mode and Co-op terrorist hunt.New adversarial modes:Demolition - Attackers plant an explosive device at one of two predetermined locations and protect the bomb until it explodes.Team Leader - Teams must keep their leader alive while they escort him to the extraction point while preventing the enemy from extracting their own leader.
I bought this game, for the local co-op mode that the game provides. The game is what you expect, sharp, full of gun-fire, classic set-pieces, and fast-paced. Playing co-op is a real treat, since you can actually implement strategies, in-fact some set-pieces are custom designed for that specific purpose of using you and your partner cohesively.
AI of your other team-mates can be cumbersome sometimes though, and you would prefer holing them in a place, rather than using them.
So all in all, if you are 2 gamers, looking for some good FPS fun, Vegas2 is the place to be.