All the weapons and gadgets in the Battlefield Hardline beta test have been unlocked, so go nuts.
According to EA, this is so testers get the chance to play with “every single weapon and gadget available.”
“This will allow us to get a better sense of what’s working for you, how each gun and item is balanced in every match/encounter, and make changes based on your feedback,” said the firm. “This will let players on PC and PS4 who haven’t unlocked everything in the beta yet to try out all the firearms and gadgets like the Ballistic Shield, Breaching Charge, or Decoy, to fully appreciate the diversity of Battlefield Hardline multiplayer.
“Note that all the weapons and gadgets in the beta are just a taste of what fans can expect this fall, we have a lot more guns, gadgets and vehicles waiting for you on October 21.”
The Battlefield Hardline beta is currently running on PlayStation 4 and PC, but an open beta for all platforms will arrive later in the year.
Battlefield: Hardline is due in October on PC, PlayStation 3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One.