The Battlefield: Hardline beta test comes to a close but there’s more to come according to Visceral.
In a post to highlight the fact that the Battlefield: Hardline beta test has now ended, Visceral’s Steve Papoutsis thank all gamers for taking part stating that they wanted to get “feedback early” and that it will help “>help make Hardline a better game” before it launches at the end of October on the PC. He also cinfirms that another beta test will launch “this fall”.
This looks like the final beta test unless there’s another closer to release on 23 October which might not be a bad idea considering what happened with Battlefield 4.
“In the months ahead we’ll be revealing more details about what we’re doing in multiplayer as well as what the team at Visceral is bringing to the singleplayer campaign. As many of you know from previous Visceral games, we have a unique way of telling our stories and engrossing players in our worlds, and Hardline will be no different. We are doing some cool new things in how we present the campaign, similar to what you see when watching episodes of your favorite TV shows. It’s something different and we’re fired up about it. Keep your eyes out for more on this next month.”
“And, of course, there’s multiplayer, the staple of any Battlefield game. The Battlefield Hardline beta was just a small portion of what is in store. We have plenty of new modes in the game that really play off the cop and criminal theme, as well as the return of fan-favorites. The variety in maps is also something that Battlefield fans have never experienced before, from subterranean grow labs to the streets of Miami, complete with all the vibe and flavor that city has to offer.”
We are currently have a poll running to find out what you thought of this first beta test so feel free to cast your votes. So far it looks like payers are not entirely convinced by the game based on our poll results.