Two new videos have surfaced for the upcoming Battlefield Hardline, featuring the game's hostage rescue mode as well as 12 whole minutes of the game's single-player mode, which looks far better than I had anticipated for a game like this.
Visceral Games recently revealed that Battlefield: Hardline for the Xbox One wasn't a troublesome production when it came to hitting 1080p for Microsoft's system. In fact, the team's biggest challenge was taking on the task of dealing with the game's multiplayer.
EA and Visceral Games are continuing to move forward with fixing up Battlefield: Hardline after receiving plenty of user feedback. A lot of the changes almost make the game seem like it's heading ever-so-close to being a Call of Duty clone.
Some gamers don't believe that Battlefield Hardline should be a full game. A new petition demands the Hardline be released as an add-on to 2013's Battlefield 4 instead.
Battlefield Hardline will be launching a year after Battlefield 4. That's surprising because DICE said a few years ago that annual sequels would "kill the franchise."
Battlefield Hardline's premise is nonsense. A team of criminals is engaging in all-out war with a SWAT team in the middle of Los Angeles without the National Guard intervening. Still, once you learn to accept the absurdity of Hardline's story, you're probably going to have fun. The story's just an excuse for the series to explore some interesting new ideas.
Given the difficulty of getting into the beta, there are some gamers who took it upon themselves to live-stream their play-time with Hardline and share their awesomeness with the world.
Visceral Games has taken an opportunity with the Frostbite engine to attempt to keep things even across the board between PlayStation 4 and Xbox One gamers.
Battlefield: Hardline will be getting a closed multiplayer beta on both PS4 and PC, EA revealed today. Gamers across the world can sign up now for a chance at participating.
Nearly 10 minutes of new footage has surfaced for Battlefield: Hardline, the upcoming first-person shooter from Visceral and Electronic Arts.
Well, Electronic Arts and their ball-and-chained studios aren't just limiting Battlefield's Frostbite-tuned engine to modern military warfare... they're branching out in ways many of us feel is long overdue.
It didn't take Uncharted series writer and director Amy Hennig long to find a new job. She's joined Dead Space studio Visceral Games as the creative director for their new Star Wars game.
Visceral Games isn't currently developing Dead Space 4, EA Games Label executive vice president Patrick Söderlund confirmed in a new interview. However, he insists that the action-horror series isn't permanently dead.
Slap a TaunTaun and call the Tatooine farmers, this is probably the biggest, most controversial news of the week. Electronic Arts, two time winner of the Worst Company in America Award, has picked up both the development and publishing license for Star Wars games.
The Dead Space universe is set to return to its horror roots as the first DLC add-on chapters for Dead Space 3, Awakened, is primed to take players to some of the series’ darkest places yet. You can grab it for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 starting today.