Visceral Games announced yesterday that they are bringing a weekly season feature that shows exclusive Battlefield Hardline behind the scenes content for all the fans out there.
Battlefield Hardline is set to hit us very soon (March 17th) but there are still a lot of mixed feelings towards the game with even our own poll/vote saying no to buying it. In my own opinion i think a lot of the Battlefield Community needs to cut the Visceral team some slack and give them a chance to show us what they can do, many people are judging it and have not even played it so just take into mind the hard work that goes into these games and they have put it back to make sure they get things right.
I will move on…
Visceral Games Executive Producer Steve Papoutsis had this to say:
There’s no doubt moving the game back was the right call. The improvements the team has added to the game with the extra time are making Battlefield Hardline the complete first person shooter experience we set out to deliver.
There’s a great story for fans of single player. Exciting new MP modes, vehicles, gadgets and weapons that add a new dimension of speed to Battlefield. All while still staying true to the thing that most sets Battlefield apart a focus on teamplay and strategy.
Every Wednesday from now until launch on March 17, we’ll get new information on features, game modes, and more, we’ll learn details about the first beta, which will be available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, and PC.