Plus you can drive safer knowing an assault rifle won’t blow up your car (right away).
Visceral Games introduced ten changes it would be implementing to Battlefield: Hardline after June’s beta had finished and just a few weeks later, ten more changes have been revealed for the final game.
Some of these include reducing the frequency of explosions to focus on the core gameplay (along with the explosions being more believable); revamping the customization screen to make it easier for players to manage their gear and weapons much better; increasing the health of transport vehicles to ensure that one single magazine of your assault rifle doesn’t blow them up; a more interactive and deeper game world; and renaming and rebalancing the Mechanic Class to make it better in some situations. There’s also a chance the class could be renamed based on fan’s suggestions.
You can check out the full list of changes here. Battlefield: Hardline will be out this October for Xbox One, PS4, PS3, Xbox 360 and PC but a new beta will arrive this fall. Looking forward to it? Let us know below.