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Battlefield Hardline beta played by over six million

EA Games has revealed the Battlefield Hardline beta was played by over six million gamers.
 
Over six million gamers took part in the Battlefield Hardline beta over the weekend, EA Games has revealed.
 
The Battlefield Hardline beta started on February 3 and finishes very early tomorrow morning UK time. It’s obviously proved immensely popular with gamers.
 
“There’s been a ton of action through the weekend of the Battlefield Hardline beta and we’re thrilled that now more than six million of you have gotten your hands on the game,” said Steve Patousis, VP and GM on Visceral Games via the EA Games blog. “We appreciate the response and feedback we have gotten from you in the forums, on social media and while playing with you online.”
 
Visceral Games reminds gamers that there is plenty of time yet to jump in on the Battlefield Hardline beta before it ends late tonight/early tomorrow morning.
 
Related: How to download the Battlefield Hardline beta
 
“Now that you’ve driven millions of miles in Hotwire, you’ve stolen billions of dollars in Heist, and you’ve continued to show mad love for Conquest, we can’t wait until you get a chance to play the whole package.  We have seven multiplayer modes, nine diverse maps and a full single player campaign that’s like nothing Battlefield has ever seen before,” added Patousis.
 
Battlefield Hardline will be released on March 17 for PS4, Xbox One, PC, Xbox 360 and PS3.
 
It is the first Battlefield title to be developed by Visceral Games and features a cops-and-robbers theme rather than the traditional warzone Battlefield scenarios.

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