A couple of weeks ago EA and Visceral revealed 10 changes that will be made to Battlefield Hardline following its beta test back in June. Now 10 more changes that will be made have been revealed.
First up is a tweak to the frequency of explosive use as it takes away from the core cops and robbers experience. Another change is the rebalancing of the Mechanic class to make it better in all situations, and also the developer plans to rename it. Visceral has also redesigned the customization screen to make it clearer and improve the ease of managing gear and attachments.
EA and Visceral are planning to host a second beta test this fall that will be available on all platforms.
Battlefield Hardline is set to launch October 21 for PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and PC.