Battlefield Hardline [Online Game Code]

Pinned on March 18, 2015 at 4:19 pm by Luz Sparks

Battlefield Hardline [Online Game Code]

Get a piece of the action in Battlefield™ Hardline, a fresh, new take on Battlefield that allows you to live out your cops and criminal fantasy.

Combining an emotionally-driven single player story inspired by popular TV crime dramas, and an all-out-war multiplayer on the streets of Los Angeles and Miami, Hardline delivers the most complete FPS on the market.

System Requirements:

Origin account required for game activation and installation

Product Features


Robert Stronfislow says:

i love it I have played about 5-6 hours of MP so far, but I did stay up all night and beat the campaign, and thus am writing a release-day review for those on the fence!First off, this game is not just a rehash of BF4. All of the BF games have large amounts of similarities, as does this. But, I think it is the freshest take on BF since BC. Besides, I personally am glad it is different; If I want a military-based FPS, the BF4 community is still very active: to play the campaign: There is a lot of effort spent by Visceral in creating an immersive campaign, and it is my favorite BF campaign, after BC2, obviously! (I realize that it being my “favorite” is not a good reason, but I think it conveys my enjoyment). Also, the campaign is more of a centerpiece than other BF games. And, I don’t think I am the only one who feels that way; look at reviews by Polygon and other sources and you get more of the same feel. And its also have a touch from COD AW: campaign took ~9.5 hours to beat (which is decently longer than it took me to beat BF4, as I recall)-The campaign is divided into 10 episodes. I mean this literally; at the beginning of most of the episodes they have a “previously” on segment that highlights what happened. I actually found it very engrossing and was enjoying myself thoroughly because of things like this.-It doesn’t really highlight current relevant cultural questions regarding militarization of the police, in my opinion. I don’t want to get into spoilers; but, the game absolutely does not take itself too seriously. Do NOT get me wrong, you ARE a cop running around with carbines blasting 100s of enemies. I just mean to say that while it may be odd if you were to look at it on paper without context, I recognize it as a platform for the audience to get to experience a slight twist on his or her typical Battlefield experience. That was wordy; I apologize.-The graphics are better than average. They are definitely better than MP graphics, which I cannot explain, but I honestly feel they are. The facial expressions you can view are very good and remind me of L.A. Noire. Basically, I personally thought the graphics were more than adequate enough to keep me immersed.-You can subdue enemies via handcuffs (arresting) if you are able to get within melee range without being detected. I did this probably less than 20 times, as it kind of felt out of place to me in this kind of game.-The load times seem longer than usual for most FPS games, for some reason.MP: As I stated above, I have only played over 5 hours of MP (not counting beta), so I do not want to give the impression that I know much about the progression system or how the game will ultimately play when things cool down. For now, I can say:-NO CONNECTION ISSUES. I did not get disconnected ONCE last night/this morning. Very little lag. I think I had maybe 2 or 3 times where I thought I lagged; but, it was only for literally a second and then gone. MUCH better MP release than BF4, in this regard.-The mini-map has been improved in one simple but fundamental way: it illustrates when an enemy is on a different elevation than you! WOoo! I wish this was on BF4. The enemy triangles are smaller when they are higher/lower than yourself. Yes, you don’t know if they are above or below you, but still this simple mechanic is great, in my opinion.-You can kill people with your zip-line arrow-Tracer darts cause a very small amount of damage, but still hurt.-The TTK (time to kill) is significantly less than in any other BF game that I have played (which is most of BF games). You can 2-shot someone with your pistol, I am quite sure. I haven’t unlocked a large number of the guns, so I cannot attest to many of them.-The unlock system is based on cash, instead of a tiered progression system. It adds to the whole Cops ‘n Robbers theme, in my opinion.-You can use the cash on classes other than the one you gained the cash with! So, if you are keen on being only the mechanic (engineer) but after a while you want to try as a sniper (professional), you can use your mechanic money to purchase professional items-This is the ONLY thing that I will put about the MP that I remember from the demo, so take with a grain of salt: The body armor is hardly worth the slot it takes up in your inventory. There are numerous tests online about it, and they all show that it takes a couple extra bullets worth of damage. Which, yes, may save your life. But, you may find…

Chris says:

Bought Off Origin 0

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