DICE general manager, Karl Magnus Troedsson, has said the developer regrets its past neglect of the PC community, and that it's intent on making up it with Battlefield 3.
"I felt that we had, maybe, set PC aside a bit too much," he told Shacknews. "I've said this publicly before, we were very unhappy that we were not able to get a PC version out of Battlefield: Bad Company. It was down to sheer manpower, or lack thereof.
"We just failed there. It's something that we regret but it was a pure fact that we were faced upon," he added.
"We fixed that with Bad Company 2," he said, although PC gamers may debate that considering the lack of the Onslaught DLC pack that came to consoles only.