Battlefield fans are now 11 weeks away from experiencing the franchises newest edition to the series, Battlefield Hardline. The game originally expected to launch this past fall was pushed back based off feedback from the first beta. Now with a little under two months away, from the games launch, developers Visceral Games will be hosting another beta highlighting some of the adjustments they’ve made since last summer.
There have been few details regarding exactly what has been changed, but based off the statement General Manager Steve Papoutsis made on the games website, all changes have been taken straight from the players beta feedback. A weekly blog series entitled The Season, will launch along with the beta to keep players in the loop of whats to come within the upcoming weeks.
We know the Battlefield community is extremely passionate. We love the open, two-way dialogue we’ve been building with the community and want to keep that going leading up to and beyond launch.
The release will be available for all platforms so developers can test server and game stability. Considering EA doesn’t have the best first day launch performances, it is a good idea that developers are taking extra precaution in ensuring their game performs well before its launch. Please visit the Battlefield website for current updates and upcoming blog series.