Following in the footsteps of DICE LA, Battlefield Hardline developer Visceral Games has announced a special test environment where the studio will soon begin enlisting willing members of the Battlefield community on PC to help shape the future of the game.
Similar to Battlefield 4’s Community Test Environment, The Battlefield Harldline CTE will give players the chance to provide their own feedback on new gameplay features, weapons, and even multiplayer maps, to help balance and fine-tune future updates and patches for the game.
“Coming next month, we will launch the Battlefield Hardline CTE on PC,” Visceral wrote in a news update. “Although it’s separate from the Battlefield 4 CTE, the Battlefield Hardline CTE will serve the same purpose. Members will be able to help us test gameplay fixes, balance tuning, and upcoming content before it gets into the game.”
First on the list, designers want to hear your feedback on a new map coming to Battlefield Hardline called “Criminal Activity.”
“The first thing we’re preparing to test on the Battlefield Hardline CTE is one of the new maps in Battlefield Hardline: Criminal Activity, in addition to netcode and bullet update improvements. We’ll have more info on that and how to sign up soon.”
We’ll have those updates as they come, so keep your sights on MP1st for the latest on Battlefield Hardline.
Battlefield Hardline’s first major game update rolled out on all platforms earlier today. Click here to find out what changes were made.