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Battlefield Hardline: Hotwire Multiplayer Gameplay

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Whether you’re the cops or the criminals, the goal in Battlefield Hardline’s Hotwire mode is to get to the marked cars and drive fast. This is high speed chases like you’ve never seen before on the streets of Battlefield.

Driving a marked car causes you to begin to bleed the enemy team’s tickets – so make sure you hang onto the ride and continue to drive. You’re not going to score points or bleed tickets if you’re not driving. Drive fast to fill the capture bar – now you’re helping!

Each Hotwire map has a couple of key locations that you need to learn and stake out if you want to bring down your enemies. Park your squad car across the lanes, maybe rig it with breaching charges or trip mines – and funnel the enemies into your line of fire! That will teach ‘em to come onto your turf!

Check out the trailer above for gameplay

Battlefield Hardline: 12 Minutes Of Singleplayer Gameplay

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This 12 minute demo is shot entirely in-game and is the first look at Hardline’s new style of storytelling, inspired by the most popular crime dramas seen on television today. Narration by Ian Milham, Visceral Games creative director.

Rain havoc! The world may be modern and sexy, but like the saying goes, a man’s gotta do what a man’s gotta do. Blow open bank vaults, destroy car dealerships, shoot out an underground grow lab – whatever it takes to getaway from the cops or to make that bust.

Battlefield Hardline will be released during early 2015

EGX London 2014 – Battlefield Hardline, Sunset Overdrive, Alien: Isolation And Many More Announced

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Gamer Network (in partnership with Virgin Media) has revealed a small selection of the huge number of games that will available to play at EuroGamer London 2014 this September.

Battlefield Hardline, Sunset Overdrive and Alien: Isolation are just some of the games headlining this year’s show, with other titles already confirmed from the likes of 2K Games, Electronic Arts, Activision and SEGA, as well as the console platform holders Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo, and VR powerhouse Oculus.

EGX London 2014 takes place at Earls Court, London, from Thursday 25th September to Sunday 28th September, and is expected to attract 80,000 gamers. For the first time in its history the event will occupy two full floors of Earl’s Court One, packing the space with hundreds of playable pre-release games, along with exclusive developer session presentations on the hour every day and a host of other attractions.

Other playable games include Evolve and Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel from 2K Games and the aforementioned Destiny from Activision and Battlefield Hardline from Electronic Arts. SEGA’s Alien: Isolation, voted game of the show at this year’s EGX Rezzed, will also feature in a big way.

Ticket sales have been very strong with super passes, early-entry tickets and Saturday day passes already sold out. Remaining tickets can be purchased via the EGX London website: http://www.egxlondon.net/tickets

This year’s full line-up of playable games, developer sessions and other features will be announced over the next three months, but organisers can already confirm that the following games will be playable:

2K Games

    Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel Evolve

Activision

    Destiny

Electronic Arts

    Battlefield Hardline

Gaijin Entertainment

    War Thunder

Microsoft Studios

    Fable Legends Forza Horizon 2 Halo: The Master Chief Collection Project Spark Sunset Overdrive

SEGA

Battlefield: Hardline Outed By EA Slip-Up

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Rumours were previously pointing at a police themed Battlefield currently in development from February 2014, and after todays fresh leaks courtesy of EA themselves via their Battlelog it looks set to be named, Battlefield: Hardline. Internally the next Battlefield is code-named Havana and is in development from Visceral Games who are best known for the Dead Space franchise.

Both a logo and a set of icons for Battlefield: Hardline were discovered on EA servers this afternoon (and have since been taken down). It is also known that four soldier classes (Enforcer, Mechanic, Operator, Professional), along with references to a map named (“MP_Downtown”) for use in the game’s upcoming Beta were detailed. Identifiable gameplay modes have been revealed as Blood Money, Bomb Squad and Carrier Assault.

Awards for Battlefield: Hardline were tweeted by @BFDaily as shown below

Awards from the next Battlefield game: pic.twitter.com/1h1lRiVLvN

— Battlefield Daily (@BFDaily) May 27, 2014

EA could reveal more details for Battlefield: Hardline at E3 2014 next month, or alternatively since the slip-up could announce something imminently. Either way we’ll keep you posted when more details surface.

Thanks: Eurogamer

Just Cause 2 Meets Battlefield 4

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Here’s another Kickstarter project with an Xbox One planned release should they reach their first “stretch goal”. JetGetters is a fighter hi-jacking game from the creators of No Time To Explain. To be put really simply, it’s all about flying high in the sky and hijacking other players’ vehicles mid-air. Which actually, sounds kind of cool.

Unfortunately it only has 12 days to go and just under $25,00 yet to be promised if we are to see it released on Xbox One. Watch the video, read the details and if you decide JetGetters is something you’d like to see released on Xbox One, head on over to their Kickstarter page right here.

    Players on both teams fly out of their base in fighter jets, and shoot each other. At any time you can eject into the sky, and free-fall through the air, aiming and shooting Skydiving, you can continue to shoot, or zip towards an enemy and hijack them, throwing them out into the sky and saving you from falling to your death. You don’t lose any points for wrecking a jet, so have fun launching them at people, crashing them, taking risks, or ditching a damaged one. Jet fighters are an infinite resource If you’re freefalling with no enemies nearby, try calling a teammate to catch you in mid­air! You can surf a teammate’s jet and shoot behind them, or repair them to help out. If you want to both eject out and swap vehicles: go nuts! You can hijack not only jets, but missiles and other air-borne items too! Try steering them away, or back at an enemy, or towards a large group, or towards a team-mate.

JetGetters Early gameplay video:

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