Battlefield Hardline EA Access: Subscribers Getting 10 Early Hours Of Gameplay Starting March 12
Battlefield Hardline is coming to EA Access next month, allowing subscribers to play the game for a limited time before release.
EA is providing members with 10 hours of gameplay starting March 12, during which you'll have access to all of the multiplayer maps and mode. Progress will carry over to the full game once it launches, which will be on March 17 in the U.S. and March 19 in Europe.
The trailer below outlines all of the details while showing off gameplay footage, which millions of players experience during the open beta period. Progress you make during EA Access does carry over to the full game.
EA Access is a subscription service only for Xbox One that allows early access to a library of select titles and a chance to play certain games early. A membership is $4.99 per month or $29.99 for a year, and it provides a 10 percent discount on the sale of an early access title if you choose to purchase the full game. EA will continue to add titles to its "vault" as time moves on. EA's program is only available on Xbox One as Sony opted out and labeled Access as a bad value before announcing its own PlayStation Now program.
Battlefield Hardline itself will be available on PC, PS4, PS3, Xbox One, and Xbox 360 starting March 17.