An open-beta for Battlefield Hardline began rolling out yesterday and some in-game screens have hinted that Electronic Arts might introduce a Premium Service for its upcoming shooter.
VideoGamer stumbled upon some signs of a Premium Service in the game’s Customization Menu. The said menu shows an array of wearable patches, listed for Premium Members.
“Premium subscribers will find these Patches in Silver and Gold Battlepacks,” description on one of the patches reads.
In addition to this, the site has also revealed references to ‘Expansion Packs’ in the loading screens.
Those of you who never bought a Premium Service, it grants access to all expansion packs, additional weaponry, and additional bonuses. While Electronic Arts has yet to officially announce a Premium Service for Battlefield Hardline, I wouldn’t be surprised since both Battlefield 3 and Battlefield 4 enjoyed these services.
In related Battlefield Hardline news, Visceral Games has officially unveiled PC system requirements that include 8GB of RAM, GTX 760 or AMD R290, and a Quad-core processor – for running it at optimal settings.
Those of you already playing the beta, make sure to check out non-lethal weaponry featured in the game, here’s some reasons why you should consider them.
Battlefield Hardline officially launches on Mar. 20, 2014 across PC, Playstation 4, Xbox One, Xbox 360, and Playstation 3.