So are EA just calling all their games "Battlefield" now in order to cash in on the success of their Battlefield game?
If there’s one area of the Battlefield formula you’d say needs most work, it would undoubtedly be its single-player component. Recent offerings have promised much in hyped-up trailers, showing blazing gunfights and falling buildings. But, ultimately, each has fallen short when it comes to a cohesive storyline and noteworthy …
Monday 23rd March 2015 17:53 GMT Anonymous Coward
Tuesday 24th March 2015 12:49 GMT Anonymous Coward
Shock horror - informed comment
Hardline is not Battlefield 4.5 imo.
Having put in 10 or 15 hours now i can say im enjoying it a lot more than BF4, its already more polished and the new games modes - blood money especially, are great.
BF has suffered from the 'what else can we add' syndrome over later releases (BF3 &4), and things like the XM25, UCAV, AC130 havent actually improved the game at all.
Hardlines 24 / Heat feel is different to the armed conflict feel of the other games and the lack of vehicles and daft weapons kind of harks back to early shooters i really enjoyed like Counterstrike.
Its fun and I dont mind paying £100 for something I know I will get two years worth of carthasis out of - its cheaper than a shrink!
Thursday 26th March 2015 11:23 GMT Lionel Baden