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It’s Confirmed! Battlefield Hardline is Getting Premium Services
It’s confirmed! Electronic Arts’ Battlefield Hardline is indeed getting Premium Services – the game’s official Facebook Page recently put out a teaser image:
Earlier this month, we reported seeing a number of wearable items exclusive to Premium Members during the game’s Open Beta. Furthermore, we also came across references to future ‘Expansion Packs’ on the Loading Screens.
It should not come as a surprise since both Battlefield 3 and Battlefield 4 have their own Premium Services.
Fans who never bought a Premium Subscription, it grants players the access to all future expansion packs, additional weapons, and a ton of bonus content.
In related Battlefield Hardline news, the game’s Multiplayer Producer Zach Mumbach shared 4 Classes which will make it to the final build of the game. Players will be able to play as Professional, Operator, Enforcer, or Mechanic. You can check this post for detailed information on the subject.
Were you one of the 7 million players who participated in the game’s Open Beta and earned a mind-boggling amount of $527 billion of in-game money? Share your impressions with us in the discussion box below.
For more information, keep your ears to the ground! Battlefield Hardline officially launches on Mar. 17, 2015 for Microsoft Windows, Playstation 4, Xbox One, Xbox 360, and Playstation 3.