Battlefield Hardline | Review
Hardline is the second name of the title in the Battlefield first-person single shooter franchise that is hardcore and designed by Visceral Games. On this turn of events, the focused is on the inner-city back street battles between cops, criminals and armed degenerates looking to get their heads twisted or blown completely off their shoulders by the 12 gauge barrel of a cops anger.
But for those who are waiting for Battlefield as just another military shooter game should hold their guns tight. According to the project manager, Battlefield: Hardline is not the end of an amazing series about a street war against good abiding citizen over outlaw criminals; so we will have a sh*t load army of police and military combatants in the future. In the summer of 2014 a video trailer about the first mission of the game-play was presented. The game-play gives an ample view to lead the games strategics stealth, hit then run away, in a terminator, Rambo style mission. There is also a fun reason to play a very clean policeman that will show an arrest warrant and the criminals raise their hands, then you approach them, handcuff them and take them away for a completed mission accomplishment. The game it self has a large amount of fighting equipment and shooting weaponry, giving the selection of arsenals a personal touch to your disposal. Things like, firearms, edged weapons, crossbows, stun guns, and even the guns of the infinite future, booyah! A scanner that evaluates the degree of danger for criminals and other fantastic vices.
The makers of Battlefield: Hardline listened to the opinions of the game participants in the beta test, and moved back the release of the game for 2015 in order to make the exceptional changes. According to the creators and testers of the game, Battlefield: Hardline will have an enjoyable multiplayer. It will entail car chases, in progress bank robberies and many more crimes to solve and prevent to stop the criminals in their tracks. The game will be released on these platforms, PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One. The story-line of the campaign was written by a famous screenwriter of crime series Wendy Calhoun, who is known for the popular TV series “Justice”. I think you will enjoy this highly intensive game, as I did