EA Games is having a hard time keeping Battlefield: Hardline under wraps. The upcoming shooter which was recently announced by the company, has now seen a leaked and lengthy gameplay trailer which gives a good sense of what to expect from Battlefield: Hardline.
Battlefield Hardline is all about battles between cops and robbers, and the multiplayer modes detailed in the trailer are:
- Heist features the robbers breaking into a bank vault to secure as much loot as possible before staging a getaway.
- Rescue has SWAT teams work to save hostages, in a mode that looks similar a a round of Counter-Strike.
- Hotwire is all about vehicle chases.
- Bloodmoney has the two forces fighting to secure a massive pile of cash and return it to their respective safehouse.
The trailer delves into the multiplayer aspects of Hardline, and reveals that it will take on the characteristics of previous Battlefield games. Cooperation and squad based gameplay seem to be at the forefront for Battlefield: Hardline.
The single-player campaign revolves around young Miami detective Nick Mendoza, and features an episodic structure designed to mimic a TV drama, following a campaign where Mendoza chases his old partners across the country, who appears to go rogue after stumbling upon a stash of cocaine worth $9.9 million.
The video, which appears to be designed for internal briefings rather than general distribution, refers to the game by its presumed codename–Omaha–rather than Battlefield Hardline, the title which EA and developer Visceral Games officially confirmed yesterday.
The Video has since been deleted from Youtube. You can download the video here
Have a Look at Gamespot Video review of the Trailer