Battlefield Hardline for Xbox One
Xbox One

Battlefield Hardline

Mar 17, 2015
7.42
playscore
Average
533rd of 4008

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

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About this game

Developer: Visceral Games
Content Rating: Mature

Summary

Join the Heist like a Pro. A security truck loaded with cash lays abandoned in a parking garage, and you only have seconds to cram as much cash as possible into your backpack before the cops arrive. Stray bills flutter behind you as you make a mad dash for the elevators. When you get to the roof a teammate jumps on the zip-line, but you choose a more direct route and swan-dive over the edge of the building. Your chute deploys. Bullets are whizzing far too close for comfort. The moment you hit the pavement it’s a straight-out sprint to the getaway van. Sirens are blaring. Cops are on the way. And that’s when you notice the massive crane crashing down. This is just a day in the life of the Battlefield Hardline player.

Critic Reviews

26 Reviews
7.14
Luke BrownApr 07, 2015
Visceral's first attempt at a Battlefield game isn't a bad one, but there's little here to be excited about beyond an actual functioning online component. The single-player is a bit off brand, which wouldn't be a problem if ever found its narrative voice and wasn't so awkward. The real saving grace is the solid multiplayer, which combined with new modes, gives Battlefield Hardline somewhat of an identity different from its predecessors. Hardline just doesn't do enough new to truly stand out from what came before. Though it's fun, Hardline is hardly the must-play Battlefield experience fans have come to expect.
Arthur GiesMar 17, 2015
In areas where Battlefield has always excelled and pushed forward, Hardline presents experiments, rather than refinements or fixes. The result is multiplayer that feels very familiar, very quickly. But its campaign, while feeling not completely sure about what it wants to be, is more interesting and certainly all-around better than the last few years' worth of Battlefield games. The result is something that's both less and more than its predecessors.
Miguel ConcepcionMar 16, 2015
It wasn't that long ago that the ability to eject from a fighter plane and seamlessly continue the battle on foot was one of the most awe-inspiring things you can do in an online shooter. That's why many gravitated to the Battlefield series in the first place, and Hardline isn't short of similar transitional vehicular moments. You can spawn in a chopper, do your part as a gunner to take out valued targets on that ground, and then jump out with a parachute so you can capture a marked car.

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