Believe it or not, Battlefield Hardline, the new, upcoming cops and criminals-themed shooter from Visceral Games, does actually have a single player.
EA and the studio took an interesting route this year when it came to promoting their new Battlefield title, launching next year, leading with a multiplayer trailer, multiplayer gameplay, and a multiplayer beta on the PC and PS4 with almost no word of the game’s single player campaign. Some of it was shown back in August in an official 12 minutes gameplay trailer where we learned about some of the game’s characters, inspiration, and episodic set up, but until now, a lot of it has been multiplayer-focused (which we think is awesome).
With much of the multiplayer still in progress following the game’s delay, EA and Visceral are now showing off a little more of what to expect from the game’s single player content. Battlefield YouTube personalities, Westie, JackFrags, and Matimi0 recently had the chance to go hands-on and are now sharing their experiences, which you can watch below.
What are your thoughts on Hardline’s single player so far? Are you going to be checking it out this March?
Battlefield Hardline hits the streets on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC on March 17.