Battlefield Hardline Players Earn $901 Billion In-Game Cash Since Launch
Visceral Games shares a variety of stats regarding its multiplayer shooter.
Visceral Games’ Battlefield: Hardline has been an unmitigated success since its launch, with players notching up 2 billion minutes playing the game thus far. That’s not all – in a range of statistics released by the developer, it’s revealed that players have earned $901 billion in-game cash since launch. By comparison, beta players earned $527 billion in the February beta. Keep in mind that that had more than 7 million players in its duration.
Most players prefer the Operator class and Hotwire, which involves stealing cars and delivering them to various locations while avoiding the enemy team, is the most popular mode. This is followed by Downtown being the favourite map. Interestingly enough, 52 percent of the multiplayer rounds have been by the police. Approximately 222,943,351 multiplayer matches have been played thus far.
Did we mention the 80,477 players killed by random furniture? Because that’s also a thing. What are your thoughts on all of these stats for Battlefield: Hardline? Let us know in the comments.