Vampires and Werewolves invade Battlefield Heroes

In a special month-long event, preternatural beings are invading Battlefield Heroes. Soldiers from the Royal Army can be transformed into scary teeth bearing werewolves and those from the National Army into blood thirsty vampires. Anyone who knows vampires and werewolves also knows that sunlight doesn't suit either side. With this in mind, EA has converted three existing maps into an "eerie night setting to set the stage for an epic battle between these immortal enemies." (Pictured below)

Battlefield Heroes is a shooting game where two teams fight for victory by killing enemies and holding capture points scattered around the maps. The mayhem is escalated by pilotable tanks, planes, and jeeps. Unlike other PC games, Battlefield Heroes focuses on fun over skill and strategy, providing for continuous wacky antics. The game is free to download and play at, but it charges for cool character upgrades and outfits.

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The full moon shines through the darkness over Battlefield Heroes.

Lately, we've seen vampires and werewolves everywhere including Twilight: New Moon and Daybreakers. However, the free to play third person shooter from veteran video game company Electronic Arts, was the last place we expected to encounter the eternal battle between these infamous creatures!

To partake in the timeless confrontation players must purchase the all-new outfits as a special bundle on the website or as separate items in the in-game store. Be sure to check out the climactic comic strip after the break which kicks off the special event.

So whether you'll be howling at the moon or sucking blood, suit up and fight to the death as a part of one the immortal factions!
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