Battlefield Hardline Dev Talks Single-Player Campaign Length, More

Visceral Games offers new details about the upcoming shooter's single-player campaign, which will span ten total chapters.

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Much of the discussion so far surrounding Battlefield Hardline has been around the game's multiplayer mode. It's a Battlefield game, so that makes sense. But Hardline has a single-player mode, too, which developer Visceral Games talked a lot more about today.

Creative director Ian Milham answered questions about Hardline's single-player mode today on Twitter. He touched on a variety of subjects, including the campaign's overall length, inspirations, and lots more. Below is a roundup of some of his most interesting comments.

The Hardline release date is March 17 in the US and March 20 in the UK on Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PC. The game was originally scheduled to launch in October 2014, but publisher Electronic Arts later delayed the game so it could add "more innovation." EA Access members, meanwhile, can play Hardline starting March 12 on Xbox One.

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