Battlefield Hardline Getting Ten Tweaks with the Getaway Expansion

on January 10, 2016 2:48 PM

Battlefield Hardline’s upcoming expansion Getaway, is going to add some tweaks to the main game.

Ten to be specific, and they include being able to ride on top of the train in Train Dodge, new hidden tunnels in the double cross map, and limousines are now armored vehicles in Getaway. Check them all out below:

Surf the Train

Yep, you can now ride on top of the train in Train Dodge.

Reload Like a Machine

If you use the sawed off barrel and sawed off stock on the 1887, the gun will have an alternate reload animation,” says Mumbach. You may recognize the animation from a popular 90’s action movie,especially if you’re into time travel.

Hidden Tunnels

You’ll find new places to hide out on the Double Cross map. Search around and see if you can find the new smuggling tunnels.

Clear the Highway

You’ll notice some dead trees on the Pacific Coast Highway. If you knock them over, you’ll create new navigation paths.

New Way to Capture

Players can Capture Bags in Capture the Bag mode even when the bag they are defending has been taken by the other team.

Jam Them Up

The RF Jammer now works both in and out of vehicles. “This is huge for stopping Breaching Charges in Hotwire mode,” says Mumbach.

Stay on the Right Side

Drivers of the Import Tuner will now appear on the right hand side of the car, just like they do in countries where you drive on the left side of the road.

Escape in an Armed Limos

In Getaway, the Limousine is now an armored vehicle, perfect for making a getaway in style.

Diversion Doors

You can now open and close the Large Flood Doors in Diversion, changing the primary flow of the map.

AccessControl

Players can access the Center Control Room on Diversion from above. Try sneaking through the vents.

Battlefield Hardline’s Getaway expansion is coming on January 12.

 /  Staff Writer
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