Re-Live the Battlefield Hardline Beta With These Awesome Fan-Made Cinematics

The first Battlefield Hardline multiplayer beta may have come to its conclusion, but within the short span of time that Battlefield fans were able to sink their teeth into Visceral Games’ new shooter, some pretty noteworthy video content has come out of it that should not so soon be forgotten.

Battlefield and its community has always been known to produce some stellar cinematic trailers, videos, or montages, be it Battlefield 3’s “Moments” by Robert Stoneman or Battlefield 4’s “Through My Eyes” by The Two Scotsmen. Even more recently, we learned of a neat Battlefueld 4 mod dedicated entirely to providing video makers with special cinematic tools.

So, what has some of the Battlefield community’s top video makers come up with since the close of Battlefield Hardline’s beta? In no particular order, here are a handful of awesome cinematics we came across, all captured within the Hardline beta. If we missed any, be sure to share them in the comments below!

The Two Scotsmen







  • warren jones

    That was avideo wow thanks guys
    A+ . Awesomeness the beta was like no other.

  • Stigr Kullberg

    Love this game!

  • Collision

    Thanks for sharing REC Filming’s video, I’m part of the crew and helped in filming.

    • SubXero

      Good job to all of you. I thought it was the best video by far.

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  • Many Thanks To, David Veselka for sharing My Video, GamersFromHell 🙂

  • I can’t lie, these videos are doing a good job of selling the game to me.

    Im still not buying the game anytime soon but now I can consider not passing on it completely.

  • awkenney

    Good videos. I’m not convinced that Hardline is for me. I had a difficult time getting into the experience of BF3 and BF4 just because it seemed like the community was gearing more towards random sandbox action than playing for score, but I understand the appeal to some players and these videos definitely showcase that.