More Battlefield Hardline footage appears online

A video allegedly depicting multiplayer beta footage of the Blood Money and Heist modes for the next entry in EA's first-person shooter series, Battlefield Hardline, has appeared online.

The now pulled video, originally posted by YouTube user Freddy Dance, depicts a uniformed character gallivanting through an empty multiplayer server, showing off various vehicles such as police bikes and helicopters. The modes are set in a Downtown Los Angles map called High Tension.

According to the footage shown, players can deploy as an Operator, Mechanic, Enforcer or a Professional. Spawn point options include armored rescue vehicle, intervention SUV, squad car, police interceptor, police motorcycle, command post, patrol helicopter and transport helicopter, depending on the class chosen by the player.

Battlefield Hardline details first leaked earlier this week via six-month old footage. EA plans to reveal more information on the title during EA's E3 press conference on June 9. The game is slated for release on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Windows PC, Xbox 360 and Xbox One platforms. You can learn more about the upcoming title in our analysis of the leaked trailer.

The new game has been in production by Dead Space series and unannounced Star Wars project developer Visceral Games for several years and is being written by former Uncharted lead Amy Hennig. According to a recent post on the Battlefield Blog from DICE vice president Karl Magnus Troedsson, the latest first-person shooter doesn't mean that the company is finished refining the Battlefield 4 experience.

Update: The video below has been removed.

۞ by AGB-Leaks

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