EA today said that more than six million people have played the Battlefield Hardline beta, which will wrap up tonight.
Visceral is taking feedback gathered on board and has already begun improving the finished product based on this. In a blog post on EA’s website, Visceral’s Steve Papoutsis said that the team is prioritising things that fans are talking about. The team has just five weeks to make its changes.
The Battlefield Hardline beta ends tonight. Fans still have a chance to get in on the action and present their feedback on forums, social media, and in-game. The Visceral boss took the time to thank fans for their feedback and for engaging in the two-way dialogue.
Battlefield Hardline will offer seven multiplayer modes, including Hotwire, Heist, and Conquest, which players have been able to sample. It will also include a single player campaign “that’s like nothing Battlefield has ever seen before.”
Battlefield Hardline will be released from March 17th on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360.