The Battlefield Hardline open beta that was available across PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, and Xbox 360 has served over six million cops and robbers, EA announced late last night.
Visceral Games general manager and executive producer of Battlefield Hardline Steve Papoutsis revealed the studio is currently working on improvements based on feedback received from the open beta, which it plans on making available in time for the game’s launch in March.
"Now, I know what you're asking yourself,” Papoutsis writes. “We're just five weeks away from the launch of Battlefield Hardline, how could we possibly be acting on that feedback? Well, I can assure you we are. In fact, we've already been prioritizing changes for things fans are talking about. You've still got a chance to be heard. The beta will end Monday night, February 9th Pacific Time. So get in there if you haven't had a chance yet."
If you have yet to get in on the Battlefield Hardline beta, tonight is your absolute last chance to check it out before the game launches. If you prefer to sit back and read impressions on the open beta rather than play it, you can head over to our piece instead.