Now, the success of Battlefield 3 was really golden for Dice and EA, the success of Battlefield 3 made the fans buy Battlefield 4 and it didn’t live up to the hype as Battlefield 3. Battlefield 4 really lost many trust form fans and consumers, now let’s talk about the sequel of Battlefield 4 which is known as Battlefield Hardline. Battlefield Hardline changed the game by letting us play as thieves and cops this time, unlike its predecessor where we play as soldiers. Battlefield Hardline beta was available in origin for quite a few days to let the players try it, but they didn’t, get to try much. Battlefield Hardline was originally scheduled to release on this year, but it is pushed back to March 31, 2015 by the feedback of fans.
Tim Kjell, who was the ex Battlefield designer and now a eSports coach held an “ask me anything session” on Reddit and said many things about the upcoming Battlefield Hardline. Surprisingly! He said that it is not wise that gamers should buy Battlefield Hardline at launch. He continued on saying that it is not recommended to spend your money on things which haven’t proved themselves. Here, what he said.
“It’s just not good to throw away money at something that is yet to prove that it could keep up the promises. If the game, Battlefield Hardline is really stable at launch and running great as promised, then you can just go to buy it with the satisfaction that a great game awaits you. Instead, pre-ordering it or getting duped by false promises isn’t something that you or I would want. I would definitely wait for the reviews before I purchase it”
Well, he got a really strong point there. Like he said we better wait for reviews before purchasing it (Now would you want to get disappointed again like you got on Battlefield 4). Maybe you can try out the game in your friend home who brought it or download the game and play the single player campaign (Not supporting piracy) then if you like it you can buy the game. Battlefield 4 was bad because they rushed it, now they are waiting and that’s pretty good. Recently, a huge Battlefield 4 update released which fixed the bugs.
Battlefield Hardline launches on March 31, 2015 for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox one and Xbox 360.