Honestly speaking, if you’re going to have faith in your product, you open it up to the public for testing prior to the release. PC owners have had this luxury for years thanks to Steam and their early access option, but console gamers are still new to this arena with Bungie’s Destiny being one of the first on the new consoles. I’m glad to see that EA and Visceral Games are taking chance with Battlefield: Hardline in the same way.
This is a bold move by EA and Visceral, one that will most certainly pay off in some way. I wish more publishers and developers offered this option to console gamers, as it’s quite tough for someone to lay down $60 on a chance that a game released might be terrible.
Anyway, kudos to both publisher and developer for opening up their creation like this. Check out their official details below for new material on the game, as well as other info.