Battlefield: Hardline Development Gathering Feedback from Competitive Players and YouTubers
The “Game Changer” program will use experienced players’ feedback to improve the experience.
Battlefield: Hardline will be Visceral Games first shot at the Battlefield franchise and will in fact be the first game not developed by DICE. To leave nothing to chance, it seems that Visceral is employing different competitive players and YouTube personalities from the Battlefield community to aid in the development process.
The program is being referred to as EA’s “Game Changer” and is allegedly gathering feedback from these players in order to improve the Hardline experience. Some of these personalities recently took part in a play-test at EA where they managed to play Hardline and provide feedback on the experience. You can check out their thoughts on the same here, here and here.
It’s not a bad idea when you think about it, though we’re still skeptical about how flawless the game will be following DICE’s epic botching of the franchise with Battlefield 4. Battlefield: Hardline will be releasing in the Fall for Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS3, PS4 and PC.