Now that the BF Hardline beta has concluded, EA and Dice have had a chance to cull the gameplay data and pull together some pretty cool stats. Perhaps the most intriguing aspect of the Battlefield Hardline beta statistics isn’t the number of hours played, but seeing how people played in general.
For instance, according to EA’s data, BF Hardline beta players grabbed $9 trillion worth of loot in bloodmoney. That’s obviously a ton of cash, but for context, it’s about eight times the total amount of U.S. currency currently in circulation.
Looks like people wanted to do more than just shoot virtual guns. They (you?) like to steal virtual stuff too.
While doing all that looting and/or protecting their loot, Battlefield Hardline beta players destroyed 12,885,710 vehicles. Based on the average price of a new car in 2013, that amounts to $374 trillion worth of vehicular damage. Maybe that explains the need for all that loot….
Some other interesting factoids to come out of the beta include 1,651,075 heist break-ins being initiated — with a mere 50% break-in success rate — and 332,091 police interrogations going down.