Bad news for those who were wanting to play cops and robbers, EA has announced that Battlefield Hardline is being pushed back to an early 2015 release.
Based on data from the closed Beta, Visceral Games’ lead multiplayer designer, Thad Sasser, has posted a list of fixes and tweaks on the Battlefield Blog.
The co-creator of Unreal and Gears of War has founded a new development studio which intends to specialize in downloadable titles.
A week after Battlefield Hardline's beta has finished, Visceral Games has announced some major changes coming to the game based on its player feedback.
If anybody missed out on the Battlefield Hardline beta or just wants more excuses to play Cops-and-Robbers early, a second beta will be coming down the chute.
Visceral Games has reassured us that Battlefield Hardline is not just an expansion to DICE's previous title, but a full-fledged game in its own right.
As Battlefield Hardline's closed beta is approaching its final days, Visceral Games has decided to open the floodgates and unlock every available weapon and gadget for testing.
Are you feeling a little salty because you didn't get into the Battlefield: Hardline beta or don't want it to end? Well, here's some good news for you.
Does the fact that Battlefield: Hardline is being released a year after Battlefield 4 mean that the series is being annualized? According to EA, it does not.
Don't worry, everyone will get to play cops and robbers now that DICE said it will have open beta testing for Battlefield Hardline on Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PS3.