Just a day after EA confirmed Battlefield: Hardline, leaked footage of Visceral Games' upcoming action shooter has arisen. In the video, Hardline is referred to by its codename "Omaha," and given that it's a good six months outdated, much of the assets and names aren't final. Still, we can get a pretty good idea of what to expect ahead of Hardline's official reveal at E3 next month.
When the video began popping up, developers were quick to address the leak by noting its age and promising the big reveal on June 9 would show the "real deal."
Still, the internal video does highlight several multiplayer modes that might interest fans. In Heist Mode, two sides must race against each other, as robbers try to pull off the ultimate heist and the police must do everything in their power to stop it. Hotwire Mode appears to be be focused on driving, where players go head-to-head in a car chase across open roads. Bloodmoney Mode is a more traditional firefight, where the two sides fight over a large pile of, well, money.
Single-player is also mentioned in the video. The campaign will star Nick Mendoza, a young Miami detective who's caught up in some shady business, putting him in the company of a colorful cast that includes crooked cops and deranged criminals of the drug trade.
Other things to note are the military-grade weapons, which the video does proudly highlight, and highly-destructable environments that players can interact with. You can watch the whole thing here.