Other changes, including reduced camera shake in some instances, have also been implemented.
Battlefield: Hardline’s closed beta phase is over with a new beta to arrive this Autumn but Visceral Games is already receiving tons of feedback.
In fact, the developer recently posted a list of the top most wanted changes for the game and what it has already gotten down to changing. The top two most requested changes were Movement and Suppression. In response, Visceral has increased player speed by 10 percent and offered a +10 percent bonus to movement for those using pistols.
For Suppression, there were complaints that the camera would “bounce” when you took fire. Visceral has eliminated this to the point where you can still aim properly but your situational awareness is affected.
Other changes include toning down the camera shake that results from the crane dropping in High Tension; fixing a bug that would pull players into the walls in the staircase for High Tension; and added feedback to tell you whether an objective is above or below you. There will also be more special vehicles that you can drive including a fuel truck. What are your thoughts on these changes? Let us know below.