Battlefield Hardline may have leaked before E3, but that didn't stop EA from closing out its press conference with the spin-off shooter. The much maligned publisher showed off several minutes of intense multiplayer action, including a veritable treasure trove of the series' signature destructible environments. What's more, affable Sony exec Adam Boyes was on hand to confirm that the game will run at 1080p and 60 frames-per-second on the Japanese giant's next-gen box.
Most exciting of all, though, is the news that PlayStation 4 players that own Battlefield 4 can gain exclusive access to the beta version of Visceral Games' newest title right now. Seriously, right this very second. Simply head onto your super machine's front page, and if you own the franchise's most recent outing, a link should appear that will allow you to download the demo. However, this is a first come first served affair, so you'll want to be quick.
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