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Post by Dan @ 06:07am 10/06/14 | 9 Comments
Much was already known about the cops versus robbers installment of Battlefield due this October in Battlefield: Hardline, but EA still managed to offer a surprise out of its E3 2014 press conference today when they announced that an open beta of the game has just launched, inviting PC and PlayStation 4 owners in on the action.

Interested parties can head over to battlefield.com/hardline/beta for what was described as a "chance" to enter the beta, but it looks like they're taking all comers on both platforms for the time being.

Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 owners appear to have been left out of the beta process at the moment, but EA will supposedly "have some news for you soon".

New official gameplay footage was also shown at the event, demonstrating a typical match pitting the full resources of the LAPD and SWAT against a band of similarly well-equipped criminals, both creating wanton destruction in downtown Los Angeles. Check it out below.

Battlefield: Hardline is due on October 21st for PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Xbox One.






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twenty1
Posted 12:24pm 10/6/14
Am i the only one that doesn't understand why this game exists?
Its BF4 with a few new game modes that i could care less about. What exactly should i get excited about in this game?
Audi
Posted 01:23pm 10/6/14
Am i the only one that doesn't understand why this game exists?


Nope, I wonder this too. Looks f*****g s***.
paveway
Posted 04:52pm 10/6/14
how much more could you care less about them twenty1 mate?
Moridin
Posted 09:30pm 10/6/14
Battlefield 4 is a steaming pile of s***. If this plays anything like BF3 did i'll be there.
ph33x
Posted 09:54pm 10/6/14
I remember when Battlefield 3 came out and everyone wished it was like Battlefield 2.
Totenkopf
Posted 01:28am 11/6/14
I remember when BF2 came out and everyone wished it was BF1942
Joaby
Posted 09:27am 11/6/14
I remember when BF2 came out and everyone wished it was Desert Combat

more like it
paveway
Posted 09:51am 11/6/14
i remember when battlefield 1942 demo came out and everyone played the f*****g s*** out of it

then never touched the full game when it came out
arkter
Posted 10:24am 11/6/14
i remember when battlefield 1942 demo came out and everyone played the f*****g s*** out of it

then never touched the full game when it came out


That literally never happened. Everyone ever in the whole world purchased and played the game PLUS all 47,324 expansion packs.

Battlefield 4 is a steaming pile of s***. If this plays anything like BF3 did i'll be there.


Well as much as I would love that smooth bf3 netcode, I think we're stuck with 4 on this one.

It looks like a fun game, but charging full price for it seems a bit rude.. it's DLC at best.
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