Battlefield Hardline is getting its first expansion, Criminal Activity, pretty soon. It adds four maps, four weapons, a new gadget, two attachments, two vehicles, a new game mode, and six masks. Premium members get access two weeks early, sometime in June 2015.
Management shake-up at Battlefield Hardline developer Visceral Games: general manager Steve Papoutsis (Dead Space) is out, replaced by Scott Probst (son of former veteran EA exec Larry Probst), Kotaku has learned. “We are thankful for Steve’s many contributions to EA and wish him the best,” said an EA rep.