Visceral Games have stepped up their game to use sound to propel Battlefield Hardline to the next level.
Using sound to their advantage, vehicle and sound designers from Visceral Games explain how they make vehicles seem faster. Not only does the video, below, show off the team recording in various locations to obtain realistic gunshot sounds, small clips of the iconic, and explosive, Battlefield gameplay show off all aspects of the game. The team also revealed that they have had help from tech used for the Need for Speed games, to accelerate driving and deliver an immersive experience.
Battlefield Hardline is aiming to offer a range of new experiences, in the form of an additional feeling of speed whilst driving the vehicles and a new variety of game modes. The game will ship with seven multiplayer modes. Some will be tried and tested from previous titles in the franchise and others more recently in the beta. They will be set in nine diverse maps which are likely to be taken from locations within the single player campaign. New modes, which are distinctively different to those previously seen in the series, include Heist and Hotwires modes. Battlefield Hardline will be hitting stores worldwide on March 17th for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.