Starting Feb 3rd, players will be able to jump into an open beta test for Battlefield Hardline. Looks great and I’m really looking forward to giving it a try.
A new trailer has also been released, which shows a nice mix of the game’s multiplayer and single player. Normally I wouldn’t go near a BF campaign with a 10ft bargepole, but with Visceral in charge this time around, I must admit I’m suitably intrigued.
Hopefully EA and crew can prove that this is a completely new BF experience and not just an overpriced BF4 expansion pack.
Brace yourselves guys and girls. It’s a Friday afternoon, there’s naff all happening here at work and I feel like typing up a bunch of incoherent thoughts. Having spent quite a lot of my time on Neogaf and various other forums recently, today’s subject is something I have been considering quite a bit: EA, are they really as bad as we, the gaming community, make them out to be? Read the rest of this entry
Pull off that perfect heist or big time bust in this new take on Battlefield Multiplayer.
Soon there will be many gameplay vids that will be able to show off 60fps on youtube. “Your video game footage with crazy high frame rates will soon look as awesome on YouTube as it does when you’re playing, when we launch support for 48 and even 60 frames per second in the coming months,” YouTube noted on its company blog.
One this is for sure. It makes Battlefield look even nicer.
Visceral Games brings its critically-acclaimed storytelling swagger to an all new cops and criminal fantasy inspired by some of the most popular TV crime dramas.
It does make me curious on what Visceral have done to the Battlefield franchise. One thing is for certain though. I will wait until I know it is working before I purchase.