EA and Visceral Games have spoken out to thank gamers for playing the Battlefield Hardline beta and providing valuable feedback.
Nearly seven million gamers took part in the beta, which took place over the weekend. Steve Papoutsis, Vice President and General Manager of Visceral Games, took time to thank players for their comments on the game; “We appreciate the response and feedback we have gotten from you in the forums, on social media and while playing with you online… We’d like to take this opportunity to thank the community one more time. We love the two way dialogue we’ve established.”
Papoutsis went on to explain that the team is already hard at work putting the feedback to good use. By prioritizing the changes requested by fans tweaks are already making their way into the game, ready for the full release.
Battlefield Hardline is aiming to offer a new experience to fans of the series and newcomers alike: with seven multiplayer modes, nine diverse maps and a full single player campaign. Many of these modes will be different to those previously seen in the series, including the fan favourite Heist and Hotwires modes. The game will be hitting stores worldwide on March 17th for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.