Fans of the Battlefield franchise were anxiously waiting for the weekend to arrive because that’s when the new Battlefield Hardline beta was opened up. Throughout the weekend there has been a lot of activity on the beta. Gamers have put it through its paces and provided valuable feedback to the developers who can use it to further fine tune the game. The response was great, EA has revealed, with more than six million gamers getting their hands on the new beta over the weekend.
Those who missed out during the weekend have another chance today. EA has announced that Battlefield Hardline beta is being extended, albeit by just one day, so now it will end Monday night, Pacific time, February 9th.
In just five weeks Battlefield Hardline will be released for all. One might think just how the developer will acting on all the feedback it has received in this short time.
The developers promise that they’ll surely take advantage of this feedback. In fact they have already begun prioritizing changes that majority of the fans are talking about.
Dubbed as a title that delivers a “complete FPS experience,” Battlefield Hardline will be released on March 17th, 2015. It will be available to gamers around the globe on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and the PC.