It is with excitement that we announce the Battlefield Hardline beta will continue for an additional week, ending on Thursday, June 26th at 12:00PM PST. Registration for PlayStation 4 players is still open at battlefield.com/beta until Sunday, June 22nd at 12:00PM PST. Be sure to sign up in order to claim your beta rewards.
We have seen some truly inspiring gameplay videos from the Battlefield Hardline closed beta since it was launched, and it’s amazing to see the creative ways PlayStation 4 players have been using SHAREfactory, the new rich video editor app for PlayStation 4, to share them with the world.
In a bold move, Visceral Games and EA have made the newly unveiled Battlefield Hardline playable now for the public in a closed multiplayer beta, available on PlayStation 4. This will be a unique chance for players to live out their cops and criminals fantasies – months before the official release on October 21st.
PS3 owners with a PlayStation Plus membership in North America can experience DICE’s action shooter for free. A trial version of Battlefield 4 will be available for download starting tomorrow, May 27th, on the PlayStation Store. The free trial version contains the full Battlefield 4 base game and will be available for 20 hours from the first moment you boot up the game. To download, simply head to PlayStation Store, search for Battlefield 4, and locate the trial version.
Next week, you’ll take a step back in time with Battlefield 4 Second Assault, featuring four fan-favorite maps from Battlefield 3 — Operation Metro, Caspian Border, Gulf of Oman, and Operation Firestorm — reimagined with Frostbite 3 graphics. Battlefield 4 Second Assault will be released on February 18th for Battlefield 4 Premium members on PS4 and PS3, and for all Battlefield 4 players two weeks later on March 4th.
Greatness awaits on the battlefield. Starting today, PS4 owners can experience Battlefield 4’s 64-player multiplayer battles, running at 60 frames per second. Powered by DICE’s Frostbite 3 engine and PS4, Battlefield 4 features stunning visuals, dynamic Levolution moments, and the return of Commander Mode.
It’s an exciting day for both Battlefield fans and the team at DICE. After years of hard work, we’re finally launching Battlefield 4 on PS3. Whether you’re bringing down the hotel of Hainan Resort, or flooding the streets by blowing up a dam in Flood Zone, it’s our hope that you thoroughly enjoy the all-out war of multiplayer, and the thrilling journey of the single-player campaign.
These are exciting times for Battlefield fans, and everyone at DICE! Today, we’re releasing the Battlefield 4 open beta on PS3, and we want you all to join. Simply by taking part in the beta, you’ll help us test the servers, online functionality, and gameplay to make sure the PS3 launch on October 29th goes as smoothly as possible.
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