Having already confirmed the Battlefield Hardline title, the developer Visceral Games has finally spilled the beans about the title’s single player story mode. We already know that the title is based on a cops vs robbers theme but we didn’t know is that despite the fact that Battlefield Hardline has been delayed to next year, the single player story mode has essentially been locked in. Visceral Games revealed the details at its San Diego Comic-Con panel yesterday.
Battlefield Hardline revolves around the story of a cop named Nick who gets framed after a drug bust goes wrong. The game’s creative director Ian Milham described it as “desert, Breaking Bad meth country.” Nick then goes undercover to clear his name and players get to have a feel of both sides of the story.
The single player campaign will feature Eugene Byrd and Kelly Hu in major roles. The Shield’s Mark Rolston and Sons of Anarchy star Benito Martinez will also play roles in the title. Wendy Calhoun, writer and producer of Nashville and Justified, is onboard as narrative consultant.
During the panel’s Q&A session fans asked about the delay and Milham repeatedly pointed out that Battlefield Hardline has only been pushed back to “early 2015.” When it finally does come out the title will be available for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and the PC.
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