Get a piece of the action in Battlefield Hardline, a fresh, new take on Battlefield that allows you to live out your cops and criminal fantasy. Combining an emotionally-driven single player story inspired by popular TV crime dramas, and an all-out-war multiplayer on the streets of Los Angeles and Miami, Hardline delivers the most complete FPS on the market.
Average Customer Rating:
(10 Reviews) 10
Rating Snapshot(10 reviews)
4 out of 4100%of reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for Battlefield Hardline
Review 1 for Battlefield Hardline
Battlefield Hardline Looks Really Good
Location: Charlotte, NC
I'm pretty excited for Battlefield Hardline. A lot of people are complaining that it looks too much like Battlefield 4, but they just say that because the HUD (Heads Up Display) looked pretty similar to Battlefield 4 in the Hardline beta. Visceral publicly stated that they're working on a HUD that looks more different from Battlefield 4's. Anyway, I think the cops vs. robbers is an interesting take. Whether you haven't played Battlefield before or you're a veteran of the franchise, Battlefield Hardline will be a fresh, exciting game for all players. I'm ready.
This game is purely for the money. they were planning on not releasing the next battlefield until late 2015-early 2016. that is, until call of duty announced Advanced Warfare. This game is going to be rushed and sloppy just to try and compete with Advanced Warfare.
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This is a stupid decision for ea looks like a bad game
Review 6 for Battlefield Hardline
Battlefield Hardline is Great
Location: Charlotte, NC
This game is perfect for: hardcore gamers
Contrary to a lot of people hating on this game, it's actually a lot of fun. The cops vs. criminals idea is a fresh new look on Battlefield. Most of the new game modes are great, and even the two worst (rescue and crosshair) aren't that bad. A lot of people complain that this game isn't a Battlefield game because it doesn't have tanks and jets, but it's simply not true; Battlefield is so much more than just tanks and jets. Similarly a lot of people complain that it's too similar to Battlefield 4 which it isn't (new game modes, guns, maps, etc). Another thing: great netcode for launch status. It still should be noted that the game has poor weapon balancing. For the operator, the M416 and the M16A3 are miles ahead of the competition, and the K10 is a God gun for the mechanic. Another annoyance is that there are few guns available per class. For example, the enforcer only has three shotguns and two battle rifles per faction. As far as the campaign goes, the writing is alright, but the gameplay itself is mediocre at best, but it's much better than the previous two Battlefield game's campaigns.
Overall Hardline has a few flaws, but none of them are game-breaking. The new game modes are so much fun and the map design is great. The game could use some more guns and better weapon balancing though. The campaign is worth playing seeing as its better than Battlefield 3's and Battlefield 4's, but it's still not that good.
The game looks refreshing but I'm sure it's dysfunctional and will never work properly. Everyone knows that they delayed the game release because they didn't have enough pre-orders, no surprise there. Nearly a year has passed since battlefield 4 was released and it still doesn't work correctly and neither will this. EA knows that this game is their last chance at redemption after Medal of Honor's demise and Battlefield 4's debacle. This game will crash and burn like the one before it, make in mistake about that.
Many people are skeptical about this because of the cops and robbers concept I say lets get something new how many times have we played military shooters pretty much every single time we play online last time I checked im excited for this new take on fps lets see where it takes us.
I like the Battlefield series, and these days I enjoy them more than CoD (I haven't played a CoD game since the mistake called BO2, and I don't miss it either). I was skeptical about the law enforcement direction, but thought "why not?" In fact, it seems like a good direction for something fresh. After seeing the trailer, I think that it might go well, but the trailer always makes the game look epic, so I'll stick to my rule of never buying a game until the jury reaches a verdict.