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  1. As a result of the beta Battlefield: Hardline gets 10 fixes Although Battlefield: Hardline hits the stores this October, Visceral games is not entirely done with the game. As a result of the Battlefield: Hardline beta the game is getting 10 major fixes before it hits the shelves. In a blog Visceral has listed these changes and claimed they will implement these as soon as possible. This means they have truly been listening to the feedback they got from beta testers. Here are the ten changes: 1. Frequency of explosions reduced Although we all love explosions they kind off got the overhand in the game. So Visceral decided to reduce the amount of available explosives to get the focus back to the core gameplay. (Battlefield should get this fix too) 2. The Mechanic re-invention The only use for the Mechanic was taking down vehicles. And since that's not a huge part of the game the class was considered mostly useless. That's why the Mechanic is getting a buff. They also want to rename the class. EA is open to suggestions so go wild! 3.The in-game HUD overhaul Visceral wants the in-game HUD to look less like the one from Battlefield 4. They also want more clearly visible objectives. 4. Tinkering with the character customization screen The character customization was considered to be a little chaotic. This will be made much clearer on the eventual release. 5. Deeper and more interactive worlds Battlefield 4 is known for the interactiveness and levolution. Visceral wants to improve this in Battlefield: Hardline. They will do this by adding much more interactive objects in the game. Examples are lockers, doors and radio's. It's the little things in life the matter 6. Longer round durations A huge request by the fanbase was that the rounds were a bit on the short end. So Visceral will increase the round duration without letting it get boring. 7. Increase in health for vehicles After one clip of an assault rifle a vehicle would already have caught fire in the beta. Visceral will increase the health of the vehicles so that they won't feel like being made out of paper mache. 8. Audio tweaks Visceral is making your ears a viable asset so you will get the upper hand if you use them. Unless your enemy is doing the same thing. 9. Med kits and Ammo crates no longer block revives In the beta, medics were unable to revive a downed teammate if there was a med kit or an ammo crate in the way. This will be fixed. 10. Interrogation tweaks Visceral wanted to tweak the interrogation option a bit before the eventual release. From now on interrogating an enemy will only reveal enemy players in a certain radius. Making it less powerful, but still useful. October is still some time away so implementing these fixes shouldn't really be a problem. There will also be a second beta which may reveal some more glitches and bugs. Are you going to play this second beta? Let me know down below! Thank you for reading! Source
  2. Battlefield: Hardline second beta coming up With the first Battlefield: Hardline beta for the PS4 and PC coming to a close Visceral Games announces that the second beta, which will be available to all platforms, will be coming in autumn. Which is just before the actual release date in October. What makes this beta entirely different is of course updates to the game mechanics and new game modes to play. Which means more stuff to test and explore. Executive Producer Steve Papoutsis also blogged something on the battlefield-blog about the campaign. The way the campaign is presented is going to be different from the way we're used to. It's supposed to look similair to watching a television series. "It will be something completely different." They've also stated that a lot of fan-favourites will make a return and a larger variety in maps will be available, from underground laboratories to the streets of Miami. One thing people did note is that the developers claim a lot of work still has to be done. Is this a slight hint towards a delayed release? For now the release date still stands somewhere in October, but don't be surprised to see it being delayed. Have you already signed up for the beta and will you be playing it? Let me know down below! Thank you for reading! Source
  3. First off here's the link to try and get into the BETA http://www.battlefield.com/hardline/beta And does anyone think its worth paying for, what pros and cons do you see because I say at the moment its worth the minimum price but lots of people on YouTube say otherwise, pros and cons for me: Pros: the cops and robbers aspect is very fun and the police gear is up to scratch, the skins are neat and tidy and its overly what I would pay for. Cons: its just plain old battlefield in some games the only difference is the skins on the characters and the vehicles, the AKM at the moment is very OP for a low price in game cash and its power should definitely be at a higher price, in the BETA at the moment the grappling hook is broken so don't buy it and finally the sirens are way too squeaky I know its in BETA but I think thats how they're staying. So what do you think ?
  4. The newly announced Visceral Games project Battlefield: Hardline, has had a detailed trailer leaked to the web showing off some new features in the game. Battlefield: Hardline has had the gaming community buzzing since it's announcement several days ago by Steve Papoutsis, the company VP and general manager, and today in typical fashion we have received a leaked trailer. Polygon.com, the only ones with an intact trailer after Electronic Arts took down the original video and any copies, posted the trailer which showed off the game's fresh new style of a Cops and Robbers scenario. They showed off the campaign, taking place in Omaha as you take on the role of a detective hunting down criminals and stopping heists. They also showed off new multiplayer modes like Rescue, in which you try to rescue hostages, pretty straightforward, and Heist, in which you either commit a heist or try to stop it. It's all very exciting, and will launch supposedly this fall on Xbox One, Xbox 360, PC, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation 3. View attachment: Omaha.png Are you excited for Battlefield: Hardline with it's new dramatic theme and interesting and fresh modes, or will it take some more convincing for you to drop down into the Battlefield? Let me know below, and I'll see you next time!
  5. The newly announced Visceral Games project Battlefield: Hardline, has had a detailed trailer leaked to the web showing off some new features in the game. Battlefield: Hardline has had the gaming community buzzing since it's announcement several days ago by Steve Papoutsis, the company VP and general manager, and today in typical fashion we have received a leaked trailer. Polygon.com, the only ones with an intact trailer after Electronic Arts took down the original video and any copies, posted the trailer which showed off the game's fresh new style of a Cops and Robbers scenario. They showed off the campaign, taking place in Omaha as you take on the role of a detective hunting down criminals and stopping heists. They also showed off new multiplayer modes like Rescue, in which you try to rescue hostages, pretty straightforward, and Heist, in which you either commit a heist or try to stop it. It's all very exciting, and will launch supposedly this fall on Xbox One, Xbox 360, PC, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation 3. Are you excited for Battlefield: Hardline with it's new dramatic theme and interesting and fresh modes, or will it take some more convincing for you to drop down into the Battlefield? Let me know below, and I'll see you next time! This post has been promoted to an article
  6. After a ton of leaks surfaced online yesterday, the devs took things into their own hands and decided to officially announce the next title in the Battlefield franchise - Battlefield Hardline. According to the announcement posted on the Battlefield Blog, the game is being developed by Visceral Games, not DICE. In addition to that, the game, which is said to be the first title in "a brand new series in the Battlefield franchise," will focus on the war on crime (cops vs. robbers). Visceral Games general manager Steve Papoutsis had the following to say about how Hardlines came to fruition: "Several years ago, I was at an internal EA meeting in Barcelona with creative leaders from across the company. It was here I met Karl Magnus Troedsson, the GM of DICE, for the first time, and we immediately began talking about games. I’ve always loved Battlefield and KM was a huge fan of Dead Space, so we started talking about different ways we could work together, different ways we could take Battlefield and action games in a new direction. And from that point, the project that would become Battlefield Hardline was born." He went on to state that more will be revealed at this year's Electronic Entertainment Expo (obviously), during which gamers will be told more about "the ways we are adding new twists and turns to the foundation of Battlefield multiplayer, more about how we’re bringing our strengths at Visceral to single player." On another note, a lot of leaks on the contents of the game have already begun to surface. One of the many videos ib the leaked weapons, gadgets, and ranking system can be viewed below (it appears the game will be using a prestige system similar to that which is used in the Call of Duty franchise...). So what do my fellow Battlefielders think about Battlefield Hardline? Is it too soon for another Battlefield game to be released? Is Battlefield starting to become the next Call of Duty? Let me know! Sources: BF Blog - http://blogs.battlefield.com/2014/05/bf-hardline-coming-this-fall/ LuckySkillFaker - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCS6fU1w749zdEwIhJCxAc3g
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