The Battlefield Hardline BETA frame rate tests swing wildly between 60FPS and even goes below 30 FPS.
You've got to hand it to EA for a slick piece of fan-service. After completing its press conference with an action-packed look at Battlefield Hardline, the firm revealed that it was releasing beta code for PC and PS4 immediately, with none other than Sony VP of publishing and developer relations Adam Boyes popping up on stage to reveal how BF4 owners could get instant access to the code in all of its "1080p, 60fps glory". Live-streaming to the world is one thing, releasing code direct to gamers there and then is quite another - it's the ultimate crowd-pleaser, in this case marred by just one fact: the PS4 beta doesn't live up to the claims made for it.
Adam Boyes lying that Battlefield Hardline BETA will be available to PS4 fans in "1080p 60FPS glory". Now I have no reason not to think that the game will hit sustained 60FPS (Visceral have said 1080p/60FPS for both consoles) for the retail release, but why lie about the BETA Sony?