Despite Visceral's 'Battlefield: Hardline' coming just a year after DICE's 'Battlefield 4', EA boss Patrick SÃ¶derlund claims the series isn't annualized.
We play the 2 new modes (Heist and Blood Money) coming to Visceral's 'Battlefield: Hardline'. It's the police versus the criminals in downtown LA. Go!
We go hands-on with the Blood Money mode in 'Battlefield Hardline' at E3 2014 to see if this franchise spin-off adds enough new to make it worth checking out later this year.
At Electronic Arts' E3 2014 press conference, Visceral Games gave attendees their first look at 'Battlefield Hardline's multiplayer in the form of the new 'Heist' mode.
Gamers attending Sony's E3 cinema events will receive access to the 'Battlefield Hardline' beta on PS4.
A 10-minute video of the 'Battlefield Hardline' beta in action has provided us with yet another official look at Visceral Games' upcoming spin-off.
Visceral Games' Steve Papoutsis reveals that 'Battlefield 4' developer DICE will be helping out on his studio's upcoming franchise entry, 'Battlefield Hardline'.
The leaked trailer for 'Battlefield Hardline' impressed many, but Visceral Games promises the build was six months old, with a release coming Fall 2014.
'Battlefield Hardline' challenges players to a massive game of cops and robbers in a trailer that details the story and multiplayer modes.
Visceral Games' Steve Papoutsis promises the developer will use their strengths with story-driven single player experiences to the campaign of 'Battlefield Hardline'.
After months of speculation, leaked details seem to confirm 'Battlefield: Hardline,' a police-themed entry in the military series will be announced at E3 2014.
'Uncharted 4' voice actor Todd Stashwick has joined former Naughty Dog Director Amy Hennig on Visceral Games' forthcoming next-gen 'Star Wars' title.
After Amy Hennig left her posts as 'Uncharted' director, Visceral Games has named her creative director of their in-development 'Star Wars' game.
EA CEO Andrew Wilson cites Rocksteady's 'Arkham' games as having a great influence on how his studio plans to approach their recently acquired 'Star Wars' IP.
As a 'Need For Speed' studio shrinks in size, word has surfaced concerning the police-themed 'Battlefield' spinoff underway at Visceral Games.
The executive producer of 'Army of Two: The Devil's Cartel' claims that the game suffered due to Visceral Games' low morale.
Evidence suggests Electronic Arts may have another developer working on a 'Battlefield' spinoff for 2014. Good idea or bad idea?