Visceral Games studio, today announced Battlefield™ Hardline Premium*, an exclusive membership program delivering new content and early access to Battlefield Hardline fans to fuel their cops and criminals fantasies all year long. Battlefield Hardline Premium members will enjoy four new super features – Masks, Gun Bench, Competitive Play, and Legendary Status – as well as two weeks early access to four story-themed digital expansion packs. In addition, members will receive monthly rewards and access to exclusive in-game events and items that ensure players execute heists and roll into high-speed chases in style.
The newly formed Respawn Entertainment has taken somewhat of a gamble with the release of a multiplayer-only game. Something not seen since the releases of Unreal Tournament, Quake III Arena, and other games that haven’t been seen in almost a decade. Conversely, it’s been clear that militaristic singleplayer campaigns are short, are completed once, and then abandoned for time to be sunk into the multiplayer. Respawn trusted their gut, and it has paid off. It isn’t the revolution or evolution that the hype-train was carrying, but Titanfall something of a gem and a standout game amongst clones and general sameness we’ve been playing for years.
The Xbox One doesn’t have many titles to it’s name, but it is growing. Think of Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare as a pretty dandelion. It’s just another plant poking it’s head out of the ground; a weed among flowers. To a young mind though, a dandelion is pretty flower; one worthy to give your love. Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare can be thought of as just another team based shooter on a console that has a history of hosting shooters. Plants vs Zombies stands out with it’s bright colorful aesthetic and cartoon-y design among all the greys and browns of other shooters, plus it’s fun to play, so there’s that.