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Battlefield Hardline Premium details leaked

Sam Loveridge


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Battlefield Hardline Premium details have leaked online, giving us a glimpse at the roadmap for the upcoming title.

Details of the upcoming DLC and Premium-exclusive content for Battlefield Hardline has been leaked online, ahead of any announcements from EA Games itself.

The information came in the form of a leaked shot of some promotional material posted on Reddit.

It reveals that EA is looking to release four separate expansion packs for Battlefield Hardline.

Baattlefield Hardline Premium members will get two-weeks early access to these DLC expansion packs with a discount.

But they’ll also get 12 additional battlepacks and exclusive camos and patches for their multiplayer character.

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The promotional material also teases that there are more announcements to come, so we expect to hear a lot more officially about the Premium package before the March 20 Battlefield Hardline release date.

“But that’s not all,” reads the promo. “There are also more perks yet to be announced, so stay tuned.”

The second Battlefield Hardline multiplayer beta was released earlier this month over a long weekend.

During those days, over the multiplayer beta was played by over 7 million people. That’s 2.4 million more than the Destiny beta, although Battlefield Hardline has the PC as an additional platform.

Battlefield Hardline is the first in the FPS franchise to be developed by Visceral Games and is a cops and robbers spin on the usual wartime theme.

The game will have an especially strong single-player campaign, telling the story of ex-cop gone rogue Nick Mendoza.

Battlefield Hardline will be available next month on PC, Xbox One, PS4, Xbox 360 and PS3.


February 27, 2015, 9:16 pm

I have a bad feeling about this. The beta felt just like BF4 with a new skin/theme over the top, and a couple of half-arsed new bits thrown in. The voice-acting alone also was enough to put me off, just terrible, hard to listen to in a cringe-comedy way but without the erm....comedy, or irony.
And then there's EA's involvement, not necessary to belabour that point really, any discerning gamers knows. Enough said.
I really miss the Bad Company days. As desperately as I want a game of that grandeur, I can't see it. But, I really hope I'm wrong.


February 28, 2015, 12:40 pm

My hatred of EA grows stronger and stronger and this rubbish just adds fuel to my hatred for the leech that EA has become, I predict a flop on the PC platform for this game as it is nothing more than a bf4 clone with new skin and should have been released as a DLC for bf4 for a tanner, had a serious long chuckle when I saw that the price for the pc version was £50 .

I am unanimous in that

February 28, 2015, 3:40 pm

Bored of the rip off that so called Premium has become. Skins, Battlepacks, endless scopes and attachments for weapons you've never use and presumably an endless wait for the map packs to dribble out. £50 for the game and then being pestered for another £40 for premium from the get go. I think I can quite easily pass on this one


February 28, 2015, 10:11 pm

May I please add to your list here? Broken maps, Game destroying bugs, terrible communication from EA, massive server problems weeks after launch with the same old, tired excuse: 'We didn't aticipate demand', nerfing weapons so all in the class just become the same, the disgusting practice of server priority, class/perk shortcuts for those willing to pay thus negating those who try to earn/grind for their kit...Yeah, I'll pass too.

I am unanimous in that

February 28, 2015, 11:03 pm

And forget about trying to get your money back after you've forked out for Premium to find out promised features don't exist, don't work, have been delayed, basically miss sold. Retailer, Microsoft, Developer, publisher will all pass the buck once they've got your money. Caveat Emptor!

I am unanimous in that

February 28, 2015, 11:04 pm

You're not the only to miss the golden days of Bad Company 1 & 2

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