Battlefield: Bad Company 2 was released over the weekend and you can read a review of the game over on Eurogamer to find out more, but this is the main gist of it.
Battlefield: Bad Company 2 is quite simply a superb package, with neither single-player nor online feeling like it's been given short shrift. They come together in the most robust, nuanced and carefully crafted game of its type this hardware generation. Modern Warfare is the obvious benchmark, and Bad Company 2 meets and even passes it with ease. But it's the high bar it sets for a genre mired in complacency that makes it so invigorating.
Also according to DICE, the Xbox 360 version of Battlefield: Bad Company 2 has the most players at the moment. PC players had initially arrived online in larger quantities than on either console, but that's no longer the case.