About the Game:
Initial release date: March 17, 2015
Publisher: Electronic Arts
Platforms: PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Microsoft Windows
Modes: Single-player video game, Multiplayer video game
Developers: Visceral Games, EA DICE, Criterion Games
Battlefield Hardline Game Review:
The design of a single-player campaign is part of the specifications to be met for modern FPS. The success of the most famous episodes of Call of Duty is no stranger to this relatively new requirement. Still, the Battlefield series, known for its multi offers also whenever his solitary adventure component. Except for what has been done with Bad Company, the spin-off particularly successful, we can not say that the Swedes DICE have proven their ability to show the level of competition on that ground. Just like BF3 was often even close to disaster. But since Battlefield: Hardline is developed by another studio, namely Visceral Games, can we expect a more engaging result? This is what we have attempted to identify through an hour of play on two chapters selected by the developers.
In the single player campaign of Battlefield: Hardline, you play as Nick Mendoza, a young man newly promoted detective. He was accompanied during the adventure by Khai, a more seasoned colleague and reasoned than him. Other characters obviously join the duo during the adventure but no need to go into too much detail. What is important to note is that they will both end up embedded in a much more complex story than it appeared to be initially. If the fight against drug trafficking organized by any cartel is a starting point for office, the scenario will soon fly off to other lands to make you live ever more spectacular events and rich in twists. That’s convenient because Visceral Games designs the single player campaign as a TV series. The developers even talk about seasons and episodes.
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