Unexpected “technical issues” have forced Visceral Games to delay the release of Battlefield: Hardline’s Criminal Activity DLC on PC.
Visceral Games only acknowledged the cause for the delay, but did not clarify as to what mischief the Criminal Activity DLC had really caused.
Due to a technical issue, rollout of BFH: Criminal Activity on PC has been rescheduled to 6/22 09:00 UTC/2a PT.
According to the announcement, the DLC will release for Battlefield: Hardline Premium members on PC on June 22, as opposed to the original release of last Wednesday. As a token of apology, the developer will be throwing in a free Gold Battlepack.
For the non-Premium members, the DLC will arrive on all platforms on June 30 for $14.99. The Criminal Activity DLC features four new multiplayer maps, new weapons for the Enforcer class, a new Battle Pickup, new player masks, new vehicles, new attachments, new gadgets, and a new game mode called Bounty Hunter.
Visceral Games has cautioned that until the release of the next patch, some features on Battlefield: Hardline PC Battlelog may have limited or no functionality. This includes: Quickmatch, Loadouts, and the Battlepacks page.