Brothers in Arms: Earned in Blood for PC
PC - Windows

Brothers in Arms: Earned in Blood

Oct 4, 2005

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About this game

Developer: Gearbox Software
Content Rating: Mature


The second chapter of this WWII military shooter about the men in the field and the consequences of warfare, Earned In Blood features a new single-player story, new multiplayer missions, an all-new cooperative-style game mode, and new weapons and vehicles. Delve deeper into the most authentic WWII experience as you take the role of Sgt. Joe "Red" Hartsock, the new squad leader of 2nd Squad. You represent the best of the 101st Airborne, the Screaming Eagles. Command two new squads of American paratroopers, your fire team and assault team, through war-torn France's urban streets and villages. On the verge of liberating the last regions of France, your missions will be take you deep behind enemy lines, further and more dangerous than ever before.

System Requirements


  • OS: Windows 2000/XP (ONLY)
  • Processor: 1 GHz Pentium III or AMD Athlon (2.5 GHz Pentium IV or AMD recommended)
  • Memory: 512 MB (1 GB recommended)
  • Graphics: 32 MB Direct X 9.0c compliant (64 MB recommended)*
  • DirectX Version: DirectX 9.0c (included)
  • Hard Drive: 3.5 GB hard drive space
  • Sound Card:16 bit DirectX 9.0c compliant sound card (EAX recommended; PC audio solutions containing Dolby Digital Live required for Dolby Digital audio)
  • Multiplayer: Broadband with 64 kbps upstream (128 kbps recommended)

Critic Reviews

6 Reviews
Official Xbox Magazine staffOct 07, 2005
Red's company has buffed up its boots as well. The twilight and dusk missions boast awesome lighting, and both urban and countryside textures are more detailed and impressive. Speaking of which, the multiplayer has been fleshed out as well - two players can fight through co-operatively in split-screen, while up to four can duke it out, either together or against each other, over a staggering 20 different Link and Live maps.
Bob ColaycoOct 06, 2005
In the end, it delivers a pretty similar experience to the first game, even going so far as to tell an overlapping story. Of course, if you enjoyed Road to Hill 30, then Earned in Blood is definitely worth picking up, both for the tactical gameplay and for the high-class presentation of the story. All told, Earned in Blood is an excellent shooter that offers a unique gameplay experience you won't get with any other shooter franchise.
Steve ButtsOct 04, 2005
The mechanics of this game are unique and enjoyable enough that I dove enthusiastically right into the sequel. Fifty bucks is a lot to spend on what is essentially a large expansion pack but, short of the first game, you won't find a more authentic or original tactical action game.

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