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You’ve Got Some Imagine Dragons in Your Battlefield Hardline Launch Trailer EA


EA has released the official launch trailer for Battlefield Hardline, ahead of its March, 17 release. The trailer, seen below, offers fans a closer look at the game’s singleplayer campaign.

Its a glorious mixture of high octane action, explosions and cop drama, all set to Imagine Dragon’s “I’m So Sorry”. Check it out below.


Now I have this song on repeat.

Battlefield Hardline launches on March 17, 2015 for PS3, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS4 and PC.

Battlefield Hardline – Open Beta Gameplay #3 [HD 1080P/60FPS]

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Open Beta Gameplay #3 of Battlefield Hardline Beta in 60fps.

Genre(s): First Person Shooter
Platform(s): PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One
Publisher(s): Electronic Arts
Developer(s): Visceral Games
Release Date (NA): March 17th, 2015

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Battlefield Hardline Beta PC System Requirements

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Here’s The Beta Requirements for the PC Version of Battlefield Hardline Beta from Developer Visceral Games And EA Games:

Battlefield Hardline Beta Should Run Smooth On Must Computers!!!


Os: Windows 8 64-Bit (With KB971512 Update)
CPU: Intel Quad-Core CPU, AMD Six- Core CPU
Memory: 8gb RAM
Graphics Card: AMD Radeon R9 290, Nvidia GeForce GTX 760
Graphics Memory 3GB
Hard Drive: 60 GB
DirectX 11


OS: Windows Vista SP2 64-bit (with KB971512 Update)
CPU: Athlon II/Phenom II 2.8 GHz, Intel Core i3/i5 2.4 GHz
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics card: ATI Radeon HD 5770 (1 GB), Nvidia GeForce GTX 260 (896 MB)
Hard drive: 60 GB
DirectX 11

The Beta Ends On Feb 8 2015 The Game Will Be Available on March 17 In The US and March 19 for Europe

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Battlefield Hardline – Open Beta Gameplay #2 [HD 1080P/60FPS]

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Open Beta Gameplay #2 of Battlefield Hardline in 60fps.

Genre(s): First Person Shooter
Platform(s): PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One
Publisher(s): Electronic Arts
Developer(s): Visceral Games (Single Player), DICE (Multiplayer)
Release Date (NA): March 17th, 2015

Battlefield Hardline – Open Beta Gameplay #1 [HD 1080P/60FPS]

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Open Beta Gameplay #1 of Battlefield Hardline in 60fps.

Genre(s): First Person Shooter
Platform(s): PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One
Publisher(s): Electronic Arts
Developer(s): Visceral Games
Release Date (NA): March 17th, 2015

Battlefield Hardline – Beta Gameplay [HD 1080P/60FPS]

Battlefield Hardline Beta Gameplay

Beta Gameplay Trailer of Battlefield Hardline in 60fps.

Genre(s): First Person Shooter
Platform(s): PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One
Publisher(s): Electronic Arts
Developer(s): Visceral Games
Release Date (NA): March 17th, 2015

Here is Every Map and Mode in Battlefield Hardline


Visceral Games’ upcoming Battlefield title is set to release in a couple months. EA has released more info on the game’s multiplayer component. Battlefield Hardline will launch with 7 game modes and 9 maps. Below you’ll find the list of maps and modes, along with their descriptions. Sorry no Rush mode in this version.




A Battlefield staple, Conquest is based on the idea of controlling a base. Capture a base by standing near a flag on foot, in a vehicle or in the skies – if your team owns more flags than the enemy you’ll slowly reduce their tickets, which are their ability to respawn. The first team to run out of tickets loses.

Team Deathmatch


Team Deathmatch is infantry only and has the easiest objective to understand: shoot the enemy team more than they shoot you.



Heist is all about pulling off that big job or that perfect score. The criminals are trying to infiltrate a cash-filled vault, and the cops must regulate them. Once the criminals break in, they have to nab two bags of cash and jam out with them back to each of the two base points.

Blood Money


A huge pile of loot has been intercepted in transit. The criminals are fighting to steal the money, while the cops are trying to secure it as evidence. Each team is trying to secure the money in their team’s vault – but it’s not safe there. Raid the enemy team’s vault to help your team score the most money.



The criminals are trying to steal a list of marked cars while the cops are trying to repossess them. Use your driving skills to catch up with the enemy, and bring a friend riding shotgun to take them down.



Rescue is one of two competitive modes. This is a cop-centric mode that lets you step into the boots of a SWAT operative tasked with saving innocent lives from the hands of criminals. Lead your team carefully into dangerous environments and get the hostages back to safety. Be careful though, because there are no second chances in this mode.



This is the second competitive mode. In Crosshair, a former criminal turned state’s witness is on the run from his former crew. The criminals are trying to erase the VIP’s face from the world, while the cops are trying to get him out safely. Once again, there are no second chances – one death and you are out for the match.




The heart of downtown Los Angeles is a jumping environment – the streets, the buildings, the cars – are all open to criminal deeds. The police have shut down the city center, and a heated confrontation is about to break out.

Bank Job


Money is the root of all evil. The criminals are plotting a ruthless assault on a high-security bank vault. But, they messed up and triggered a silent alarm and the police are jamming to the scene of the crime.

The Block


What looks like a liquor store and bail bonds office, is actually a front. This is home to a notorious criminal ring. The police know better than to enter The Block without backup.

Dust Bowl


The small desert town of Joad is off the beaten path and well-known for meth trafficking problems. The cops have had enough and are on the scene to shut it all down.

Hollywood Heights


A mansion high in the Hollywood Hills looks ripe for a little crime. The criminals have started a wildfire in the nearby hills to distract the police. Do you think that’ll work?



The cops located an illegal underground marijuana grow operation. The cops are raiding the place, but the criminals aren’t going down without a fight. After all, this is precious cargo for them.



The industrial side of Los Angeles is home to many shady dealings. A criminal ring has set up shop in the warehouses and scrapyards, where they’re trying to make that money from illegal doings.



A drug smuggler’s haven, this high-tech and expensive island crib is being ransacked by the police. A chain of small islands is connected by bridges and waterways, providing multiple access to it.




Battlefield Hardline will launch on March 17, 2015 for PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One and PC.

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Battlefield Hardline – Karma Gameplay [HD 1080P]

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Karma Gameplay of Battlefield Hardline.

Genre(s): First Person Shooter
Platform(s): PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One
Publisher(s): Electronic Arts
Developer(s): Visceral Games
Release Date (NA): March 17th, 2015

Battlefield Hardline Theme Song Announcement




In a recent press release, EA’s Visceral Games and KIDinaKORNER/Interscope Records, a label owned by Universal Music Group, announced that they had reached an agreement with Jason N Commons to use his newest single “Karma” as the title track just for Battlefield Hardline. This particular song was written specifically for Battlefield Hardline, even though one of Jason’s songs had been used earlier in a gameplay trailer for the game to begin with.

During the press release interview Steve Papoutsis, VP and General Manger of Visceral Games and Executive Producer of Battlefield Hardline explained why they chose this song. “The music, and moreover the audio help create that emotional experience you want gamers to feel as they play in the world we’ve built for them.”

In response to being asked about the opportunity to write for the game, Commons stated, “I have been a longtime gamer and I could not pass up the opportunity to be involved with a franchise I respect as much as Battlefield.”

As I wrote this article, I listened to this song and I have to say that it’s quite a great track. Definitely going to make the game more intense having a quality song like this at the helms. Can’t wait to see what other great songs EA is going to add to this awesome game!

Be sure to check out the song “Karma” by Jason N Commons. And don’t forget that Battlefield Hardline is set to release March 17,2015 in the US and March 20, 2015 in Europe.

Battlefield 5 Set For 2016 Release


In a recent comment from EA CFO, Blake Jorgensen, at the 2014 UBS Global Technology Conference (via Gamespot), Jorgensen talked about having already seen Battlefield 5, and that it’s a “fun, new Battlefield.” While the upcoming installment in the Battlefield franchise “Battlefield Hardline” focuses on cops and robbers, Battlefield 5 is going to take us back to a more familiar military setting.

Although Battlefield 5 isn’t set to release until 2016, according to EA CEO Andrew Wilson, that isn’t necessarily a bad thing. This allows more time for Battlefield 4 to continue growing and be fixed. While also giving Battlefield Hardline a chance to give gamers a fresh take on the franchise. And much like other games such as Assassin’s Creed, NBA 2K, Madden, or COD which are pushed out almost every year, EA felt that waiting until to 2016 to release Battlefield 5 would allow players to catch their breath from the fatigued franchise.




Extensive details on Battlefield 5 have yet to be released, but Dice is promising “More features. More extras. More destruction.” All of that according to an article on IGN. This all sounds like positive news as EA and Visceral games prepare for the Battlefield Hardline launch set for March. Even though Battlefield Hardline was delayed, EA is confident in it working properly day one, unlike the issues with Battlefield 4 at launch.

Many gamers may have lost hope in EA aside from some of it’s sports franchises. I for one though still believe that EA can and will continue to improve. It’s been shown with their constant dedication to fixing Battlefield 4. And with recent games such as Dragon Age dropping, I have nothing but confidence in EA. I understand that Bio Ware was involved in Dragon Age, much like Visceral was in Dead Space and is going to be in Battlefield Hardline. This just shows you gamers, that EA is going to push and work hard to bring you the best games possible!

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Battlefield Hardline Development Inspired By TV Shows and Movies




EA currently has a busy schedule ahead of itself in the upcoming months. With the release of Dragon Age Inquisition set for this coming Tuesday, November 18th and the ongoing development of Battlefield Hardline, there’s so much going on within the studio. Although Battlefield isn’t set to release until March 2015, there is still so much to be done and so many questions from gamers on what to expect.

Many people had the opportunity to play the beta for Battlefield Hardline, including myself. And while most of the gameplay elements are what you expect from FPS games, it was the creative cops and robbers aspect that kept me and many others interested. It’s nice to see a game that is familiar to many have a unique twist in it. The multiplayer aspect appears to be fun but, it’s the campaign that has gamers intrigued. In a recent interview with the EA staff, Creative Director of Hardline, Ian Milham sat down and answered some questions regarding the upcoming installment in the Battlefield franchise.

Within this interview Milham went on to describe that many of the games campaign aspects were drawn from TV shows and also movies. In one quote Ian Milham said that the TV show that most influenced the game was “Justified.” He also said that they tried to use, “Cop dramas that focused more on characters rather than the procedures or units.” The game was also influenced by dialogue and tone of movies based off of books by Elmore Leonard, according to Milham.



The Miami drug war is a very appetizing setting that will draw the interest of many. This game appears to have the making of a movie or TV show and I expect this to be very captivating. Especially, with the team at Visceral working on it. Visceral is well known for its work in the Dead Space series and looks to deliver in Battlefield Hardline.

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For the rest of the interview, finish reading it on the EA blog.