Cops Vs. Robbers will have to wait until the start of next year, as Battlefield Hardline has been delayed for improvements.
Originally due for release in September, It has been pushed back until the start of 2015 so that Visceral can improve on both single and multi player modes, as well as add new content for both modes, based on feedback from the June beta.
The move was announced on the Battlefield blog – which you can read here for more information – where DICE VP and group GM Karl Magnus Troedsson explained that the delay was spurred mainly due to feedback from players of the E3 June beta, extra content for the single player to allow for a “deeper ‘crime revenge ‘ story experience”, and to avoid the issues that plagued the launch of battlefield 4.
Nothing has been confirmed yet about whether the autumn beta will run as originally planned.
Battlefield Hardline will be released for PC, PlayStations 3 and 4, Xbox One and Xbox 360.