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Post by Eorl @ 06:04am 10/06/14 | 3 Comments
With Battlefield: Hardline having gone through a tough time since being leaked earlier last month, publisher Electronic Arts and developer Visceral have allowed our very own Joaby Gilroy the chance to try out the newest iteration in the Battlefield series.

With the beta for Hardline just now going live, if you happen to not be getting through the rather crashy website sit back and check out Joaby's thoughts on what this newest Batttlefield title has to offer.
Battlefield Hardline is fun to play. It's almost tailored to my favourite style of Battlefield play -- urban environments, fewer powerful vehicles and modes that accommodate both team players and lone wolves.
Find out more on his thoughts of Battlefield: Hardline through our hands-on preview which also includes some visual material for your pleasure.

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Posted 06:08am 10/6/14
geez that EA conference was terrible. half the games they showed were "conceptual prototypes".
Posted 07:24am 10/6/14

At least this one actually exists - as Dan mentioned in the other News piece you can sign up for the beta right now.

Posted 07:53am 10/6/14
What I gathered from that was Joaby thinks it is shaping up to be a pretty average game with nothing special but nothing bad. I agree having basically symmetric teams is silly idea, as soon as I read that I went 'what? That's not cops and robbers' O well.
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