In just a few days the next title in the Battlefield franchise will be released for everybody. We have been following its progress quite closely and did report last month that Battlefield Hardline will arrive five days before release for all EA Access subscribers. That has happened today. Those who subscribe to EA Access can get their hands on Battlefield Hardline right away.
Battlefield Hardline will be released on March 17th. Today, March 12th, it has gone live for EA Access subscribers. This program is only available to Xbox One owners and costs $29.99 per annum or $4.99 per month.
The full version of Battlefield Hardline is available to EA Access subscribers. There is one caveat though. They will only be able to play it for up to ten hours. When the limit is reached gamers will be locked out and they will have to wait until the March 17th release date.
Nevertheless this is a generous limit since EA Access has only allowed gameplay of up to six hours previously for unreleased titles. Some titles that have arrived early through this program include Madden NFL 15 and Dragon Age: Inquisition.
Gamers need not worry though. All progress that they make during their ten hours of gameplay will be carried over once the game is released for all on March 17th.