There aren’t that many reasons why one would want to purchase a PlayStation 2 now. That console is over a decade old, granted that it was popular back in its day, but the PlayStation 3 held its own in the market and since late 2013 the PlayStation 4 has been ruling the market. Perhaps that’s why almost two years back GameStop said that it would no longer accept PlayStation 2 trade-ins, but the company seems to have changed its mind, because its allowing people to trade-in their PS2 units once again.
In a little over two weeks Battlefield Hardline is finally going to be released. Those who subscribe to EA Access will be able to play the title five days before it is released to the public. Now that downloadable content packs have become an integral part of the gaming experience one would expect that the developers of Battlefield Hardline would have their DLC strategy charted out by now. Indeed they have. There will be four Battlefield Hardline DLC packs which will stretch all the way into early next year.