During a San Diego Comic Con panel, developer Visceral Games has reported that Battlefield Hardline‘s single-player campaign will be focusing on a cop named Nick, who’s trying to clear his name after being framed during a drug-bust gone wrong.
hardline is terrible. that "beta" was more like a pre-alpha. Dice lost me as a customer when it took 6 months to get decent gameplay out of BF4.
This is not DICE's baby....
When EA announced the delay DICE were put back on the development of hardline.Apparently visceral games were struggling with certain aspects of the game,so DICE will be finishing the product.Bad news.
@debush Bad if EA has anything to say about. They need to let DICE develop their own games and not armchair pilot the process.
Good thing DICE isn't making it.
If you don't like it, what you doing on a hardline thread?
expressing my opinion on the matter, since i played the beta, obviously.
Why couldn't they just stick with a new Battlefield?
I'm so sick of modern-setting shooters. I hope the campaign is along the lines of Shadowfall or wolfenstein, otherwise there's no reason to buy this one.
I generally enjoyed the beta I actually liked the close quarters combat the most in BF4 (the vehicles are unbalanced especially AA) so im glad they're emphasizing it in this one. And on another note I actually think BF4 was leagues beyond the third one but maybe thats because it wasn't gimped like the old gen games.
I rather hear about Bad Company 3 sp story. BF:H is a waste of time.
hardline needs to be open world in a city that u can drive around n be a crazy ass swat dude not battlefield 4 dlc
Who cares, I'm done I preorder this game n now delayed!! Getting my money back, they always doing this crap delay a game then they will post crap bout the game in hopes you will still want it, I swear if I spend any money on it it will be used
Who gives two craps about story mode?? Offline multiplayer with bots would be a lot better..
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