'Battlefield Hardline' Beta Statistics Infographic Shows Trillions Of Dollars Stolen, 12.8 Million Vehicles Destroyed
The Battlefield Hardline beta was tried by thousands of players on PC and PlayStation 4, and now that it's come to a close, we can look back on the impressive statistics provided by the developers.
An infographic released by the team at Visceral Games, which you can see in full below, reveals just how much action Battlefield Hardline players got into over the course of the two and a half week beta period.
A cool $9 trillion of loot was taken during that time--the objective of the criminal side in game mode Blood Money is to steal bags with $5 million and make a getaway. As the graphic reminds you, that's a mere eight times more than the amount of U.S. currency in circulation. But who's counting?
Other fun stats include the 12.8 million vehicles that were destroyed, which just sounds absurd (because it is). When players repeatedly play matches wherein they crash, shoot, and explode trucks and getaway cars, though, I guess you can't expect anything different. Check out the graphic for yourself:
Bungie recently provided similar statistics when the Destiny beta came to an end, showing us how many games were played and kills were made during its (comparatively shorter) duration. The stats for both betas don't indicate much about the games themselves, as the numbers are merely running totals of how much destruction players caused over thousands of games -- but they are amusing.